Well, just now, while driving up north to go camping, we were about 80-90 miles since home. Suddenly our alarm goes off on our Hopkins Tire Pressure Monitor! We pulled over right away, and yes, our driver's side front tire on the toad, the Tracker, was flat!
There is no way to tell if you have a flat tire on a toad, as you can not feel it up in the front while driving the motorhome. You don't know till someone points it out to you, or till your toad catches on fire... also endangering your rig! Our toad is padlocked onto the Blue Ox tow bars, and grabbing keys and unlocking a burning vehicle is pretty dangerous.
(this is the set of 6 sensors, we later added 4 more for the toad)
Soooo glad we have our tire pressure monitoring system!
In between spurts of rain showers, we got the tire changed out with the full sized spare we have on a back rack on the Tracker. The flat is now bolted in it's place, ready to go back to the dealer where we have a road hazard warranty on it. Not sure yet why it went flat, as we dashed back into the motorhome just as the rain started pouring down again!
He ain't scoffing now.