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This relates to true Run low Flex blowouts not Tread separations.
Checking tire pressure before a trip is like checking oil & water ion engine. I assume you have oil pressure gauge or low pressure warning light on instrument panel. Also Water temp gauge or light. Why do you have those and not TPMS for your tires? What makes you think you will never develop a puncture or valve core leak when driving. The fact that you can have a failure like that indicates you are only depending on passing motorist to warn you.
Tread separations do not happen overnight or even in a couple hundred miles. A "Free Spin" inspection as covered in my Blog will most likely allow you to find the problem before the tire comes apart and damages the RV.
RE "China Bombs" this is a simple term used by those that believe that because a tire plant is painted blue instead of green the tire will fail. With over half of the RVs on the road today having one or more tire in overload why are so many surprised that tires fail? Any margin built into the tire is taken up by the poor selection process (lowest cost , smallest size) of the RV company.
Based on some comments it is clear that few have bothered to try and learn about the special use of tires in RV service.
RV service is NOT the same as regular car service. Cars may have a load capacity margin of 20 to 30% with many RVs having less than 5% and that is assuming the owner has properly inflated the tires. Most ST type tires in service today have a MAX speed rating of 65mph. That's not average or occasionally but like the redline on engine RPKM means you are doing permanent damage every second you are exceeding the "redline".
As an owner of an RV you have a choice. You can wait and just complain about tire failures or you can educate yourself by reading some technical postings (not rants and complaints on RV forums) or attend seminar on tires.