Eaton Corp. takes tire monitoring to the next level by introducing a system that automatically detects low tire pressure — then reinflates the tire. The launch of the Tire Maintenance System follows on the heels of the company's Tire Monitoring System released last year. That system could only detect low pressure and alert the driver. The latest product significantly improves on that idea. The system works by sending air from the vehicle into the tire via rotating axle seals. The lines ...

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