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September 28, 2011

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One of the reasons that nitrogen has become very popular in auto dealerships is that it can solve the issues of false TPMS alarms. TPMS alarms were mandated on all new vehicles starting in 2008.

Tari Ledsome

I'm surprised to know that nitrogen can also be used in inflating tires, aside from the usual compressed air. I'll definitely try that one next time to improve the pressure of my tires.

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