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Starting tomorrow will be at the RVing women 2015 National Convention in Shawnee Oklahoma.

http://www.rvingwomen.org/events/event_details.asp?id=499505
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10 days in Vegas?!? Yes please! Come check us out at the High Roller Reining Classic! http://www.highrollerreiningclassic.com/schedule
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Is Summer nearly over already? It's been a great one out on the road! We have a break until our next show in NM so check us out online! http://tiretraker.com/
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We just finished up a great rally in West Virginina and now were heading to Madison for the FMCA international convention. Come see us this week!

FMCA International Convention
Alliant Energy Center, Madison, WI
July 29 – August 1
Booths 717 & 719
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Come see us starting tomorrow at the Newmar International Rally in Lewisburg, WV! July 20th-25th.
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We're at the FMCA NorthEast Rally in Essex Junction, VT. Come stop by and say hi!
July 8 to 12, 2015
Champlain Valley Expo
Essex Junction, VT
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Here's another video showing some devastating damage from a tire blow out. Are your tires protected?

Damage From RV Blowout https://youtu.be/TA9dEM17DXs via @YouTube
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Adding any sensors to your set-up? Here is some great how to instructions.

How do I Install a New Sensor on a TireTraker™ Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS)?
 
This is a common service question we get at TireTraker™.  There are many reasons you may need to install a new sensor on a TireTraker™ TPMS.  Maybe you have a new RV and you want to transfer the sensors from your old RV.  Another reason might be that you have experienced a faulty sensor and you need to replace it with a new one.  In all of these cases, simply unscrewing the old sensors and screwing on the new ones won't work because the monitor is still programmed to the old sensors. You need to uninstall the old sensors and reinstall the new ones.  Here's how you do that.
  
Installing a New Sensor on a TireTraker™ TPMS:
 
Make sure the monitor is turned on, and remove the sensors from the tires that you want to delete. Then enter the programming mode by pressing and holding the left and right buttons simultaneously until the monitor beeps. You can tell you're in the programming mode because the light at the top turns solid red (or solid green) and all 22 tires will be showing.
 
Use the right button to navigate to the wheel with the sensor you want to delete from the current RV (the light should be green). Next, press and hold the center button until the monitor beeps and the light turns red. You have now successfully deleted the old sensor.
 
Repeat that process to delete any other sensors that you want to delete.
 
Install the new sensor:
 
While still in programing mode (all 22 tires are showing), use the right button to move to the tire position on the screen that you want to program the new sensor. The tire that is blinking is the tire you wish to install the new sensor. Then, screw on the new sensor. You should hear a puff of air and the light should turn green within about 10 seconds.  If it doesn't, check the battery orientation, try a different battery, or try a different wheel. Repeat the process until all sensors are installed. 
 
Return to "Monitoring Mode"
 
You are still in the programming mode and need to return to the Monitoring Mode. To do that, press and hold the left and right buttons until the monitor beeps. You should now see just your wheels you installed on your RV. 
 
Your system should now be working correctly and as good as new. Don't forget to change your batteries (after about 1 year of normal use). Also, keep an eye on those O-rings as they can sometimes crack and let in water. 
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Here's some info on why tire safety is so important.

Tire Safety - Everything rides on it.  
 
Just a few of the reasons to take five minutes every day to check your tires.
 
·       Protection against avoidable breakdowns and crashes.
·       Improved vehicle handling.
·       Better fuel economy.
·       Increased tire life.
 
 
Safety Checklist
·       Check tire pressure regularly (at least once a month), including the spare.
·       Inspect tires for uneven wear patterns on the tread, cracks, foreign objects, or other signs of wear or trauma.
·       Remove bits of glass and other foreign objects wedged in the tread.
·       Make sure your tire valves have valve caps.
·       Check tire pressure before going on a long trip.
·       Do not overload your vehicle.
·       Check the tire information placard or owner’s manual for the maximum recommended load for the vehicle.
·       If you are towing a car or trailer, remember that some of the weight of the loaded trailer is transferred to the towing vehicle.
 
Safety Tips
·       Slow down if you have to go over a pothole or other object in the road.
·       Do not run over curbs, and try not to strike the curb when parking
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