Most helpful positive review
50 of 52 people found the following review helpful
The only TPMS I've seen work properly
on April 29, 2012
I am a 32 year technician and RVDA Master Certified. I've seen a variety of TPMS's and this is the only one I've seen/sold that actually works. The wireless range is excellent. I've had this system show the tire pressure on a tow dinghy vehicle that was over 1/4 mile away from the base in the RV. I recommend the flow through sensors because they allow the tires to be inflated without removing the sensors. These also allow using the actual Tire Safeguard monitor wirelessly as a pressure gauge while inflating. There may be additional tire valve extenders needed in order to get the sensors where they need to be. The flow through sensors are rather large and must be installed where there is enough space. I recommend either a solid valve extender or high quality hoses with good mounting brackets. Most gas coaches need a 4" solid inside rear wheel extension and a 45º solid outside rear wheel extender. Most diesel coaches work as is. The 1 star deduction is because I feel the base unit (monitor) set up is not intuitive. The tires sensors must be acclimated to the base and the directions are weak. Please note, the sensors are slow to read and send the pressure to the monitor when inflating. You must allow enough time for the sensor to get the actual tire pressure, not the inflating pressure.