Training and Support

As the world leader in TPMS, Schrader takes great pride in providing multiple training opportunities for our customers. From manufacturers to shop owners to installers, we all have a responsibility to ensure that technicians are safe in servicing TPMS and that it is done properly so the driver is safe while using it. Schrader provides multiple training resources to help.

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Sales & Support

Asia Pacific

+86 21 2306 1587

North America

+1 800 288 1804

Training Resources

Training Videos - Short, simple videos explaining each element involved in TPMS service.

Webinars - Schrader performs quarterly webinars concerning the latest information and news in TPMS

In-Shop Materials - We provide a shop poster that gives an easy to follow step-by-step guide to installing and removing TPMS.

Lobby Materials - Schrader has posters, brochures, POS displays and signs to not only help your customer better understand TPMS but it also helps market that you perform TPMS service!

Contact your Schrader representative for printed materials!

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Training Videos

The "In the Bay with Schrader" training series breaks down all of the different aspects of servicing TPMS in quick, very simple and easy-to-follow videos.


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Industry Reports contain the latest news in the TPMS market.



Technical Service Bulletins (TSB) are small articles, written by Schrader, concerning specific TPMS service elements. TSBs help Schrader get the right information into the hands of the right people.



Industry Reports contain the latest news in the TPMS market.


Talking to Customers About TPMS

Taking the time to talk to your customers about TPMS is one key way to make sure they fully understand the service you're providing–and how TPMS alerts them to low tire pressure so they can stay safe on the roads and:


Why Schrader?

As its name suggests, a tire pressure monitoring system is more than a single part. In fact, TPMS involves a valve and a sensor, and it's also important to know that not all TPMS systems are created equal. There are two kinds of TPMS technology–indirect and direct. 

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