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12V Power for Your Jeep Tow Vehicle

Many of the owners of PressurePro Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems tow cars or jeeps behind their motorhomes. If you do tow a recent model jeep and are using a PressurePro Echo Repeater, you can place the echo repeater in the tow vehicle and get full time 12V power.  One of our customers at L&S Safety [...]




How to Boost PressurePro Sensors Signals

Depending on the length and type of motorhome you have, tractor trailer rig or 5th Wheel, as well as whether you have a tow vehicle or not, you may need a method to boost your sensor signals or extend the reception antenna nearer to the rear of the vehicle. Over the years and through experience, [...]




How PressurePro TPMS Can Make Your Life Better

Thirty years ago, Dale had a horse fall on him, putting him in a power wheelchair. Because of his independence, Dale constructed a special tractor which has become his office away from home and also pulls his travel trailer. The tractor and his condition have created some challenges for him such as easily checking tire [...]




Made in the USA

Is there really a difference between products made in the USA and Asia? Of course there is. Reliability. Quality. Engineering. PressurePro products have a history of very few field failures compared to our competitors that are manufactured overseas. PressurePro Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems sold by L&S Safety Solutions have a return/failure rate of less than 0.02% [...]




MISSED PRESSUREPRO SENSOR SIGNALS? MORE POSSIBLE REASONS.

One of the most frequent questions we are asked is “Why are my PressurePro Sensors not sending a signal?” As with any wireless device, the PressurePro Tire Pressure Monitoring System sends wireless signals from the PressurePro Sensors to be received by the PressurePro Monitor inside the cab of your RV, truck or car. These signals [...]




Missed PressurePro Sensor Signals?

One of the most frequent questions we are asked is “Why are my PressurePro Sensors missing sending a signal?” As with any wireless device, the PressurePro Tire Pressure Monitoring System sends wireless signals from the PressurePro Sensors to be received by the PressurePro Monitor inside the cab of your RV, truck or car. These signals [...]




Time for New PressurePro Sensors?

Is it time for new Sensors for your PressurePro System? If you have had your system for a number of years, you may be nearing the life span of your Sensors. We are often ask how to know if your Sensors need replacing or are getting near their end of life. If your Sensors are [...]




Cold Weather Low Pressure Alerts

Are you getting numerous irritating low pressure alarms? Cold weather may be the cause of low pressure alerts on your Tire Pressure Monitoring System.  If you see low pressure alerts, particularly in the morning, they may be caused by the colder weather. The problem can be resolved by removing the Sensors for 30-60 seconds in [...]




Tire Inflation Pressure and Longer Life Tires

While reading Mark Quasius’s article about “Weighing Your RV” in my July 2014 issue of Family Motor Coaching, I was reminded of a learning experience I had a number of years ago when my motor home tires required replacement.  Many of you may also have noted that your tires’ treads show uneven wear via having [...]




Bike Tire Pressure

Under-inflation is the major cause of over-heating Bike Tire Pressure The PressurePro Motorcycle TPMS (tire pressure monitoring system) is now available! Bikers have long awaited a reliable TPMS for their bikes, including their side cars/trailers to alert of their present bike tire pressure. PressurePro is a wireless electronic tire pressure monitoring system and is capable of monitoring [...]




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