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Dill Offers Educational Aid For Customers

Dill Air Controls has launched a new educational aid to inform customers why they need to maintain their TPMS tire service. The counter display highlights which components need to be replaced during tire service, and connects the consumer to the TPMS dashboard light that is more commonly seen in many vehicles today.

From Tire Review     

Dill Air Controls has launched a new educational aid to inform customers why they need to maintain their TPMS tire service.

The counter display highlights which components need to be replaced during tire service, and connects the consumer to the TPMS dashboard light that is more commonly seen in many vehicles today.

"For the same reason there are tire displays in waiting rooms across America, a small counter display with an actual worn-out rubber grommet and sensor will reinforce the reason for replacement and help the customer understand the value of it,” said Melvin Cash, Dill’s packaging engineer on the 9700 counter display.

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