RVing is such an exciting way to explore and grow with your family. RVs are incredible because of their flexibility and ingenuity. However, because of their size and weight they can be a liability. A blow out or low tire can be a real harm on the road. That’s why having a tire pressure monitoring sytem is so important. A blowout can cause major damage to you and your RV.
In our opinion, our Tire Patrol tire pressure monitoring system is the way to go. There are 3 main reasons why we believe Tire Patrol is the best system on the market and the best bang for your buck.
1) PRE-ASSIGNED SENSORS:
Essentially, the way a customer interacts with a thread-on tire pressure sensor has been the same until now. Each Tire Patrol sensor is pre-assigned and labeled for the corresponding tire it is designed for. Other manufacturers make the same sensor over and over, putting the burden on the customer for pairing and re-connecting. Pairing a sensor that isn’t pre-assigned can take 15 minutes or longer depending on how many sensors you have. When you have to re-thread the sensor on after taking them off, you don’t know which sensor goes to which tire and you have to do it all over again.
2) ALL PRESSURES ON ONE SCREEN:
Up until the launch of Tire Patrol, tire pressure monitoring screens would only show one pressure at a time. This is not only an annoyance, it is not safe. If you are going down the road and you want to review the current pressures of your sensors, you have to scroll through every tire. Four tires may not be so bad, but 14 is just not safe. With Tire Patrol’s 7” tablet, you can see not only all your pressures on one screen, but with the tap of a button, you can see all your temperatures for each tire on one screen. This is powerful.
3) COMMAND CENTER:
Lastly, the thing that separates Tire Patrol from the field is that you get the Command Center tablet and hub. The Command Center tablet and hub give you the ability to monitor not only the Tire Patrol, but the RVibrake3, RV Level, and any other product RVi creates for the Command Center. One screen to rule them all. No more cluttered dash.