Bartec USA Offers Weekly TPMS Training

Bartec USA Offers Weekly TPMS Training

As part of their continued customer support programs, Bartec USA, LLC announces TPMS Tuesday! Owners of the market leading line up of Bartec TPMS tools can now participate in weekly TPMS training. Beginning June 22nd and every Tuesday afterwards, Bartec will conduct exclusive online TPMS clinics covering all aspects of Tire Pressure Monitoring System service and diagnostics.

As part of their continued customer support programs, Bartec USA, LLC announces TPMS Tuesday!  Owners of the market leading line up of Bartec TPMS tools can now participate in weekly TPMS training.  Beginning June 22nd and every Tuesday afterwards, Bartec will conduct exclusive online TPMS clinics covering all aspects of Tire Pressure Monitoring System service and diagnostics.

According to Bartec USA’s GM Scot Holloway, “by scheduling the day and time for our training clinic, it will allow our customers to better plan their training schedules. We are holding two clinics each Tuesday to cover the eastern and Pacific Time zones.”

Clinics are now scheduled for basic TPMS, Sensor Service, Diagnostics, Re-learn procedures and Tools.  “The Bartec Group is at the fore front of TPMS knowledge and support and these online clinics are just another part of the complete range of TPMS related services.” Holloway continues. The TPMS training clinics are designed to help technicians and trainers better understand TPMS and are just another example of the value added services only Bartec offers to their customers. Visit our website at www.bartecusa.com to find an up-to-date clinic schedule, or call toll free at (866) 407-TPMS for more information.

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