Making sure you motorhome tyres are correctly inflated for the load it’s carrying will make sure you’re safe and stable on the road.
And having a tyre pressure monitoring system (TPMS) on your motorhome will give you that extra peace of mind as it alerts you if there are any changes in your motorhome’s pressure and temperature.
In this month’s community poll, we’d like to know if you have a tyre pressure monitoring system fitted to your motorhome. Some campervans will have them pre-installed and some motorhome manufacturers or converters pre-fit them as standard. Alternatively, there are aftermarket TPMS products, which use external sensors fitted to the tyre valve, which wirelessly connect to a monitor on your dashboard.
Let us know which kind of system you have fitted, if you’re considering a TPMS in the future or if you don’t have one fitted at all by selecting one of the options below.
As always feel free to tell us why you do or don’t have a motorhome tyre pressure monitoring system in the comments box below.
We’ll report back the results in October as we take a look at a motorhome tyre pressure monitoring system and the importance of tyre safety.
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Note: All details correct at time of publication but may be subject to change.