CO2 emissions are one of the five types of greenhouse gases that lead to an increase in the greenhouse effect on the Earth’s climate. Human activity leads to an increase in the concentration of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere, which in return leads to the heating of its low layers. Any change in the Earth’s ability to reflect or absorb heat can result in a change in the temperature of the atmosphere and the oceans and disturb the stability of successive processes, leading to climate change. The overuse of fuel due to low tire pressure results in increased CO2 emissions and other harmful emissions from road transport. The value of which exceeds 90 million tons per year. The use of the ANCOL CTIS system leads to fuel economy and thus reduces CO2 emissions into the air, which has a positive impact on the environment.
Another big polluter is car tires. Improper wear due to different tire pressure, unlike the prescribed one, reduces their mileage. The low tire pressure leads to their early destruction and makes them dangerous for operation regardless of tread condition. The use of the ANCOL CTIS system leads to a tire mileage extension of up to 30%, so we can reduce the damage from prematurely discarded tires.