How does our

TPMS Technology work ?

​We understand​ ​you are busy and probably want to save those extra trips to the auto shop to check your tyres or even want ​to not rack your brains figuring out your fuel budget. ​Our revved up TREEL Personal solution is packaged as a box of Tyre Sensors and ​the intuitive CARE360 app. Every tap on the app presents you with real time Tyre pressure metrics and ​gives you bird's eye view​ of your riding/driving, average fuel consumption​, insurance reminders and much more! ​Thus you can do your part to reducing the carbon foot- print​, without even knowing it!

Step 1

Our inbuilt smart tyre sensors detect a change in tyre pressure or temperature

Step 2

A signal is wirelessly sent to your CARE360 app

Step 3

These alerts are instantly displayed on the screen

Step 4

The CARE360 app also gives you complete control of other vehicle maintenance features

TREEL It to Believe It!

Basic Tyre

Proper Inflation

Your tyres are the carriers on whom lives of your own and the others on the road depend. The first step to taking care of your tyres better is to keep them inflated at optimal levels. TREEL checks your tyre pressure periodically and updates itself in real time, saving you the “to-do” chore of checking them manually. Proper inflation also boosts your vehicle’s mileage therefore being an all-rounder.

Mr. TREEL recommends following this simple guide to keep your tyre health in check:
Recommended Pressure 25-41 PSI 30-33 PSI 33-36 PSI 33-43 PSI
Average tyre Width 15-17 inches 13-15 inches 14-16 inches 15-17 inches
#TheInsideTip from Mr. TREEL

When restoring tyre pressure to normal, please make sure that you are using the correct tyre pressure units.
1 PSI = 0.069 ba | 1 PSI = 6894.76 Pascal | 1 PSI = KG/CMsq.

Rotation and Balancing

Sometimes you need to fix what isn’t broken, even in your car or bike. Better tyre balance enhances safety as well as overall upkeep of the vehicle. If you feel any unusual vibration while driving at 60/75 kmph we recommend a thorough inspection of your tyres as this could translate into rotational issues. To maintain your vehicle’s precious health, you must get the tyres rotated every 10000-12000 kms. This can vary based on the surface you drive on most often. Concrete roads lead to quicker wear and tear while tar roads can be dearer on your tyres.

Tyre Replacement

Ability of the driver to balance a vehicle depends largely upon the traction between the tyre and the surface the vehicle is being driven over. Roads across India have multiple kinds of surfaces making it almost impossible to standardize a specific tyre pattern/tread. Therefore here are a couple of pointers from Mr. Treel’s dashboard to help you ace your tyre game for different terrains.

For concrete/tar roads, the tyres must be replaced by the time their treads are 1.6 mm deep. Beyond this limit, bald tyres could also be the reason why your vehicle may skid or puncture without any apparent cause to be pin-pointed.

If your vehicle is driven on perpetually wet surfaces you must replace your tyres when the treads are approximately 2.5 mm - 3.0 mm deep. Since liquids can't be compressed, your tyres need enough tread depth to allow them to escape through the tyre ridges otherwise your vehicle may hydroplane (float on water) losing traction resulting in fatal damages

Keeping the Roads Safe

How is TPMS helping ?

A typical TPMS monitors the air pressure in the tyres and alerts the driver when the pressure in one or more of the
tyres drops beyond 25 percent of the recommended pressure.

Better Vehicle
Better Vehicle

Stats on Road Accidents

17 people are killed every hour in India and 55 encounter fatal accidents. 33% of these accidents involves 2-wheelers
followed closely by four wheelers constituting 23% of the same.

Tyre Defect Number of
Number of
Persons Killed
Number of
Persons injured
Punctured/Burst Tyres 5258 1811 5258
Worn Out Tyres 3084 1327 3370

*Source : Ministry of Road Transport & Highways, Government of India

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Reduce vehicle emissions and your
carbon footprint

When it comes to being green, monitoring tyre pressures is perhaps the most important part of tyre maintenance. Correct inflation pressure directly affects the tyre’s rolling resistance, thereby reducing emissions. You should check your inflation pressure regularly; approximately once every three weeks and always before setting off on a longer trip, since the pressure will not remain stable inside the tyre. A tyre that is at the correct pressure will reduce rolling resistance by up to ten per cent.​