RightPSI returns to the SEMA Show

Jan. 1, 2020
RightPSI has returned to SEMA this year, booth 42299, featuring the patented RightPSI tire pressure management system.
RightPSI is pleased to return to SEMA this year, booth 42299, featuring the patented RightPSI tire pressure management system.

“We’re very exciting to return to the SEMA show this year,” said John Milanovich, President and founder of RightPSI. “Our prototype is in the final testing phase, and we anticipate that we’ll be able to begin manufacturing and distribution by the end of the year with product availability scheduled for early 2011.”

RightPSI mounts quickly and easily to any tire valve stem. Three different colored tire-pressure indicators provide a visual reference for tire pressure status - orange for low pressure, black for correct pressure, and yellow for over- fill status. The colored indicator can be seen from up to 15 feet away making it easy to effectively and consistently monitor tire pressure. RightPSI is the only product of its kind that can be used as a tire-pressure gauge, tire- pressure fill point, and over-fill indicator simultaneously.

“Rising fuel costs and climate change have stimulated an increased awareness about the importance of maintaining proper tire pressure,” continued Milanovich. “Maintaining correct tire pressure is one of the simplest and least expensive ways to conserve fuel, save money, and curb the environmental impact of emissions, while enhancing driving safety and extending tire life. Our product helps to do that in a very unique way.”

For more information visit www.rightpsi.com.

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