That is an impressive record. I pick up a nail, screw or other sharp object and get a slow leak in either one of my two cars about once per year (once every 2 years per car).I went over 50 years with out tire pressure sensors and never had a flat tire/tire problem. Don't see tire pressure gauges as a necessity or safety issue, just a gizmo like the out side temperature display on the dash. If you don't know how to maintain your car, should you really be driving one?
I run my snow tires with the TPM light on all winter. Does get annoying after a while to see it on the dash.
I had ordered 15” Cosco Rims, Continental winter tires and TPMS off eBay. Installed and balanced myself with Princess Auto tire changer and static balancer.
I did found out very quickly that the 2016 Volt TPMS are a different frequency than the new volts. Ughhhh. Just make sure you buy the right ones. Worth the $70 off each for the added price of mind.
The relearn tool I bought for my 2011 Volt thankfully also works with the new frequency used on my 2017 Bolt EV. I recall reading that the frequency was changed due to issues with sensors on other cars? Or not. Google it if you really care.Not only are the later sensors 433 vs 315mHz on the earlier cars... I don't think your 15" wheels will fit. Did something change on the Gen 2s that allow 15s to work?