TPWS

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AcronymDefinition
TPWSThird Party Web Site
TPWSTire Pressure Warning System
TPWSTrain Protection & Warning System
TPWSTyre Pressure Warning System (automotive)
TPWSTall Pines Weavers and Spinners Guild
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The Toyota Corolla also features a modern and dynamic design, a premium interior and an array of safety features such as vehicle stability control (VSC), anti-lock brake system (ABS), electronic brake-force distribution (EBD), tyre pressure warning system (TPWS) and rear fog lamps.
Apart from the Lexus Safety System+, other safety features are also available, including Vehicle Sway Warning Function, Blind Spot Monitor, Rear Cross Traffic Alert and Tyre Pressure Warning System, to name a few.
The i30 also features all the latest safety equipment and this model has a camera to assist parking, emergency braking, lane departure warning and a tyre pressure warning system as well as hill-start assist control.
State-of-the-art safety systems are included, such as a pre-collision braking system with pedestrian detection, lane departure alert, hill-start assist, a tyre pressure warning system, stability and traction control, plus blind spot monitors, that give peace of mind - as does Toyota's five-year/100,000 mile warranty.
It features vehicle stability control, traction control system, anti-lock braking system, tyre pressure warning system and 7 SRS airbags.
The Prius also has all the latest safety features including hill-start assist, a blind spot monitor, tyre pressure warning system and Toyota's precollision system with pedestrian detection.
A tyre pressure warning system also gave advanced notice of a slow puncture.
And for that you get air conditioning, keyless entry, a digital radio, tyre pressure warning system and Kia's famous seven-year warranty.
There is an abundance of safety kit including eight airbags, stability and traction control, hill-start assist and a tyre pressure warning system.
Further equipment upgrades include a rear view monitor for the Lexus Media Display, a tyre pressure warning system and the option to switch off the traction control.
The list of standard equipment on the new M-Class is huge, and includes skid control, heated seats, heated mirrors, rain sensors, automatic wipers, daytime running lights, tyre pressure warning system, cruise control, heat-insulating glass and a Harman Kardon Logic surround sound system with 12-channel amplifier pumping out a total of 830 Watts.
Safety equipment includes ESP (Electronic Stabilisation Programme), six airbags and a tyre pressure warning system.