I've started to realize that while we're always running from point A to B, patience has started losing its essence as a virtue. We want results, and we want want them quickly. To do so, we do one of two things: 1) We invent the idea to solve a problem we face or 2) We purchase someone else's product/service to solve our problem. With the the Milanovich family, they tend to find themselves more on the inventing side. With 20 patents and counting, along with award winning product design, over the years they have established new techniques and products to help solve problems that we face on a daily basis. And their current Kickstarter project aims to do just that, even though the general public (very much including myself) didn't realize it had a problem to begin with.
After years of experimenting, engineering, and testing, John Milanovich and his team are ready to share their latest development with the crowdfunding community. Their product, RightPSI, "Is a tire cap that shows when your tires are underinflated, saving you money, keeping you safe, and helping the environment." Why this product is a big deal is due to the fact that when the tire pressure in a car is off, it impacts fuel efficiency, car performance, and your wallet. RightPSI screws directly on the tire valve stem, showing the user whether their tire is overfilled (color yellow), just at the right pressure (color black), or needs air (color orange). In addition, when on a tire, RightPSI doesn't have to be removed in order to add more air. All you have to do is "pump right through the cap so you can use it as a gauge while filling up." Also, with many cars on the road now having Tire Pressure Monitoring System, RightPSI adds a complimentary touch, by helping drivers indicated which tire is low on pressure, contributing to you saving time and money.
When speaking with the team at RightPSI, I was curious to know whether or not they were thinking about introducing any more products to their line of work. I was glad to hear that once RightPSI has delivered on its promises, the crew had an idea or two up their sleeves for developing in the future. As someone that doesn't know much about the anatomy of a car, I know that RightPSI has the potential of being a great tool for drivers out on the road. It will help us keep our tires at the right pressure, while keeping our cars running efficiently.
Overall, the concept of helping my car perform at a balanced level POPs.