TPMS Sensors and Smart Tyre App to the Rescue

Navigating Risky Roads in Monsoon: TPMS Sensors and Smart Tyre App to the Rescue


India’s diverse landscapes and weather conditions pose unique challenges to drivers, especially during monsoon. With heavy downpours, flooded roads, and reduced visibility, driving can become extremely risky. In this blog, we will explore some of the most dangerous roads in India during the monsoon and shed light on how advanced technology like Treel TPMS sensors and the Smart Tyre Car and Bike App can help drivers stay safe and mitigate potential risks.

Rohtang Pass, Himachal Pradesh

Situated at an elevation of 13,050 feet in the Pir Panjal Range of the Himalayas, Rohtang Pass is known for its unpredictable weather conditions. During the monsoon, heavy rainfall leads to landslides, making the narrow and winding roads even more dangerous. TPMS sensors play a crucial role by providing real-time monitoring of tyre pressure, ensuring optimal grip on wet and slippery surfaces and reducing the risk of accidents.

Zoji La Pass, Jammu and Kashmir

Connecting Srinagar and Leh, Zoji La Pass is one of the highest mountain passes in India. It presents significant challenges during the rainy season due to frequent landslides, road blockages, and poor visibility. TPMS sensors can help drivers maintain proper tyre pressure, which enhances traction, stability, and control on rain-soaked and muddy terrains, minimising the chance of skidding or getting stuck. 

The Smart Tyre Car and Bike App comes to the rescue by providing all-round care for vehicles. Through the app, drivers can monitor multiple vehicles simultaneously and access important information like mileage, fuel consumption, etc. By staying informed about their vehicle’s health and performance, drivers can make better decisions on the road and reduce the risk of breakdowns in dangerous conditions.

East Coast Road (ECR), Tamil Nadu: 

Stretching along the scenic coastline of Tamil Nadu, the ECR is susceptible to heavy rainfall and coastal erosion during the rainy season. The combination of slippery roads and strong crosswinds poses a significant threat to motorists. TPMS sensors can help maintain optimal tyre pressure, preventing hydroplaning and improving overall vehicle stability, thereby reducing the likelihood of accidents.

National Highway 44, Assam to Nagaland

This road is known for its unpredictable weather and frequent landslides during the monsoon. The TPMS sensors’ super-fast leak detection capabilities provide an added layer of safety on this risky road. By quickly identifying leaks, drivers can address them promptly and avoid sudden pressure loss in tyres that can lead to accidents. This proactive approach, enabled by advanced technology, helps drivers navigate through dangerous terrains with confidence.


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Mumbai-Pune Expressway, Maharashtra 

This road presents its own set of challenges during the monsoon. Heavy rainfall can lead to waterlogging and reduced visibility, creating challenging driving conditions. Here, the Treel TPMS sensors’ high-grade clamp-in valve sensors play a crucial role in ensuring tyre safety. These advanced sensors are durable and reliable, providing accurate readings even in adverse weather conditions. By promptly detecting any pressure abnormalities, drivers can take preventive measures and avoid accidents caused by tyre failure.



India’s riskiest roads during the rainy season demand extra caution and preparedness from drivers. Treel TPMS sensors and the Smart Tyre Car and Bike App offer valuable assistance in ensuring road safety. By continuously monitoring tyre pressure, detecting leaks, and providing real-time alerts, TPMS sensors help drivers address potential issues before they escalate. Meanwhile, the Smart Tyre App empowers drivers with comprehensive vehicle information and helps them make informed decisions on the road. Together, these technologies provide the peace of mind and confidence necessary to navigate through challenging road conditions, ensuring a safer journey for all.

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