Originally Posted by NVMarkus
Some states are requiring that if a dealer puts on the wheels that you have to have the TPMS, just a side note. if you put them on yourself you are good to go
This is correct, to a degree.
The NHTSA (National Highway Traffic Safety Administration) says that if a vehicle pulls into a garage facility with a TPMS light on, it can pull out with the light on. If it pulls into a shop with the light off, it can not pull out with the light on. -another words, a garage facility can not knowingly disable a TPMS system. Also, some states do require a working TPMS by law, if the vehicle came with one from the factory. Those states are: Hawaii, Rhode Island, Vermont, and West Virginia.
IS3F, Enkei wheels are very good for winter use. As I am sure you are aware, they have a very nice finish and are well built.
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