On my car ….the car didn’t care so long as the tires were inflated.
I had the winters on the Tpms warning light was on (don’t have sensors in my winter wheels because I have eyes) and was collecting my alloys from the powdercoaters. Just having the 4 wheels in the boot put the light off
It depends on the car, I think. On my Focus, the car has to be taught to recognise the TPMS sensors every time I swap summer to winter or vice versa. There’s a routine of turning the key and pressing the brake, but it still requires a gadget to activate each sensor. Five years ago the gadgets were expensive but they are on eBay for £10 now.