Called the Easy-Fill Tire Alert System, the technology is based on the tire pressure warning sensors found in most modern cars and will be fitted to every 2013 Nissan car as standard.
Instead of just warning you via an on-screen dash warning when your car’s tires are low however, it also gives audible and visual indication to the driver when they stop to pump them up.
Start inflating the under-pressure tire, and the car will flash its hazard blinkers.
When the correct tire pressure is reached, the car will let you know with a single, short, beep from its horn, similar to the one you hear when locking most modern cars.
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Is the Nissan Easy Fill Tire Alert System a great idea, or is it overkill to provide a technological solution for something that every single driver should know how to do?