Run flat tires are engineered to let you continue driving even after losing some or all of the air pressure inside the tire. There are limits on how fast and how far you should drive on run flat tires after they have lost air. A run flat tire may not appear to have lost any air at all, even if there’s no pressure in the tire. Because of this, run flat tires definitely need TPMS sensors.

More Articles

Get the REDI-Sensor & Continental Autodiagnos TPMS Bundle

Learn More