TPMS (Tyre Pressure Monitoring System) is an electronic system that monitors tyre air pressure. Knowing if your car has TPMS will enable you to find the right tyres.
HOW TO FIND YOUR VEHICLE'S TRIM
Check the side or rear of your vehicle
Check your vehicle's owner's manual
Look inside your driver's side door
Inspect your vehicle's title or registration
Tyre size help
Your vehicle's manufacturer-recommended tyre size is listed in your owner’s manual. If you do not have your owner’s manual, you may also find your vehicle’s tyre size in one of several different places:
Driver’s side door jamb
Inside your glove box compartment
Inside your fuel tank door
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