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TST has much to offer RV market

TST has much to offer RV market

CUMMING, Ga. — Truck System Technologies (TST) entered the RV market with its first offering nearly 10 years ago and since then, the company reports it was the first company to come to market with user replaceable battery sensors, as well as the user replaceable battery flow through sensor system.

TST reports it was also the first to make tire temperature monitoring an essential need when monitoring tires as this reporting also brings to life bearing issues, hanging brake calipers, and manufacturer tire defects.

TST also claims to be the first to introduce customizable high and low alert parameters to be set by the end user based upon the varied PSI needs of an RV with steer, drive, and tag axles. The system also monitors the towed vehicle in the same way.

TST offers both internal, external (with 5 year military grade batteries) and user replaceable external sensor batteries. All systems monitor up to 22 tires with a break away towed or fifth wheel feature.

TST has won readers choice awards in both Motorhome Magazine and TrailerLife Magazine in 2014 and 2015 consecutively for product and service innovations, as well as being deemed the aftermarket system of PACCAR Parts, which renders commercial drivers access to the commercial systems via the Kenworth and Peterbilt dealer networks.

Systems may be purchased through Camping World, and other retailers. They may also be ordered direct at www.tsttruck.com.

SOURCE: TST press release

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About Darian Armer

Darian Armer is the assistant editor for RV Daily Report. She lives in Billings, Montana, where she enjoys spending time with her husband and three stepchildren. Introduced to the RV industry in 2012, she is happy to be writing for one of the greatest industries around.

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