Monitor With Accurate Reporting and Tire Data Analytics


TDA logo

Protect Your Fleet, Mechanics & Garage with Thorough, Consistent Records

According to FMCSA, 15,000 people were injured in bus accidents in 2017. During post accident reconstruction, one of the things that investigators will review is tire pressure. Be prepared with our monthly, tire-by-tire, bus-by-bus reports.

improved safety icon

Improve Equipment Safety

Tire maintenance matters. With improved reporting and monitoring, we can effectively improve the overall safety of your passengers.

improved performance icon

Improve Equipment Performance

By monitoring tire pressure, we can help improve overall vehicle performance and ensure each vehicle is getting the most out of its fuel economy and extend the life of the tire.

improved productivity icon

Improve Employee Productivity

Relieving your technicians and mechanics from performing monthly tire pressure maintenance procedures helps reduce maintenance hours, freeing top technicians for more complex challenges.

FTS Services Means More Than Just Time and Money Savings

FTS protects you with extremely well documented maintenance reports on every single bus and tire you operate so you don’t have to.

School Bus Tire Status Diagram

Vehicle Tire Life Map

Shows the on-vehicle tire inventory and expected tire replacement date. Eliminates premature replacement costs and promotes predictive replacement scheduling.

Tire Life Heat Map

Tire Life Heat Map

Shows tire life by vehicle, by tire position, for the entire fleet. Allows maintenance team to focus on near-team problem areas with confidence that the rest of the fleet is in good shape.

Maintenance Receipts

Shows the tire-by-tire results for each bus in your fleet.

The Truth Is In the Numbers.

FTS mobile nitrogen tire inflation services can change your bottom line and improve operations significantly.


An 80 hour week + 20 hours overtime — that’s how much time is required to maintain the tires of a fleet of 100 buses.


Underinflated tires are 3x more likely to be involved in an accident, according to NHTSA.


Tires that are properly inflated pay for themselves in reduced wear, improved gas mileage and reduced personnel hours.

Gallons +

In a FTS bus study, we discovered we can save one bus 47 gallons in fuel economy.


Tire Shortages and Supply Chain Stress

‘The latest round of price increases from the tire companies may reflect more supply and demand issues than rising raw material and energy costs. Natural rubber prices have fallen over the past few months.’ Tire shortages and supply chain stress ( Article from, link to website provided within above PDF.
Read More

NSTA Calls for School Transportation Funding During COVID-19 Shutdown

Many private school bus contractors are small businesses, which means during the COVID-19 school closings, their drivers are economically impacted. The National School Transportation Association is calling on the federal government for financial assistance for drivers. Read the article here for information.
Read More

MTD – SmartWay Verified Tires

Launched in 2004, The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)’s SmartWay program helps companies improve freight transportation efficiency by verifying numerous innovative technologies that provide a fast return on investment. The EPA says using SmartWay-verified tires can help companies see fuel savings of 3% if they follow the recommendations in this report.
Read More