Glad I haven't got it fitted to my Stepway then !!Hi, I had tyre Pressure monitoring on my last Renault Laguna. I was very impressed with this new technology at first but then it started to iritate me as on many occassions in winter when the temperatur dropped the tyre pressure dropped a few pounds according to the monitoring. It always seem to happen on a cold winters nights. The problem then was the light remained on the dash quite bright until the tyre or tyres where pumped to the correct pressure again for the light to go out. I had to replace 2 electronic wheel valves and reset by Renault at around £80 a time per valve. Due to the construction of the valves, the valve body where it comes out of the rim is very thin walled to hold the electronic sensor. 1 broke while I attached a foot pump. The 2nd broke while I was having a new tyre fitted. The rim, tyre etc had to go to a Renault workshop to be fitted and then equalised and reset with the rest. Similar to coding keys. It is a nice addition but at a cost unless engineering and electronics have improved.