New TireStat No-Nonsense Commercial-Grade TPMS is Released by Mobile Awareness, LLC


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CLEVELAND, OH - November 8, 2008: Mobile Awareness, LLC, a provider of leading-edge transportation safety products, today announced TireStatT, the next generation of TPMS (Tire Pressure Monitoring & Maintenance System) products geared toward Commercial Trucks, Trailers, Buses, Off-Road, Construction, Utility Vehicles and RV's.

TireStatT is a complete and effective tire pressure monitoring system that provides major benefits such as increased fuel economy, enhanced safety, maximized tire casing life and extended tire wear. The light weight TireStatT sensors are mounted externally on the valve stem allowing air input without sensor removal. This No-Nonsense approach virtually eliminates limitations previously found to prevent the use of TPMS on fleet vehicles, including costly tire maintenance, time consuming installations, lost cap mounted sensors and difficulty in roadside service.

TireStatT is preprogrammed by wheel position for effortless installation, yet can be easily altered by the user. This exclusive design allows customers to optionally program their own warning alert levels by axle position, offering improved management of fuel and tire expense. For fleet owners this provides a faster ROI, simplicity of driver participation and low on-going maintenance since there are no issues due to lost sensors.

"Mobile Awareness recognizes the need for a driver-friendly TPMS solution which is affordable for all types of vehicle safety environments," says Brandon Stotsenburg, Director of Sales & Marketing at Mobile Awareness. "Our latest TireStatT system provides a compromise-free tire maintenance solution for individuals, businesses and commercial fleets."

TireStatT not only detects under-inflated, over-inflated and rapid leaking tires, it also monitors tire temperature. Knowing when a tire exceeds a safe operating temperature, even when the tire pressure appears to be in a normal range, is vitally important to maximize tire life, extend the ability to retread and enhance driver safety.

In addition, the TireStatT exclusive rechargeable Handheld Monitor functions as a portable tire gauge. As a result, the user can monitor actual tire pressure while adjusting each tire's inflation level. All TireStatT systems include an easily mounted transceiver which assures continuous transmission of the wireless signals without the inconvenience of installing multiple antennas.

TireStatT features include an integrated anti-theft locking mechanism for the sensors which are housed in a rugged nylon encasement with a five (5) to seven (7) year battery life. Sensors are designed for harsh environments and operate in all weather conditions within a pressure range of 15 PSI to 150 PSI.

Stotsenburg concludes, "A TPMS system is only effective if it is easy for the driver to use. TireStatT provides the best overall solution for individuals and fleets who want to affordably experience the safety and cost reduction benefits that they have come to expect from Mobile Awareness."

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