Your RV is a heavy vehicle and this weight puts a lot of stress on the Tires.
You probably already have a good quality Air Gauge for use on your RV tires when they are Cold, but an under-inflated tire will heat up and if the heat builds too high the tire can self-destruct.
I learned a quick trick from another Camper, years ago that I follow religiously. I rarely drive longer than two hours before I look for a Rest Stop or a Truck Stop where I can get out and walk around for at least five minutes.
This way, I get a good stretch, my legs get some fresh blood flowing in them and I feel more refreshed on the whole days drive.
One other thing I do when I get out of my Motorhome, is walk around and touch the top of the tires with my bare hand.
If each tire feels “cool to the touch”, then I am confident that my tire air pressure is is OK, which in turn tells me that I not only don’t have a leak, but I haven’t run over any nails or whatever on the road, that might have caused a slow air leak.
by Don Bobbitt,2015,Copyright Don Bobbitt, 2015, All Rights Reserved.