I think the real question is... Does the change result in reduced deaths and reduced injury and reduced total cost.
So first all the nay sayers need to agree on what someone's life is worth.
Over the last 40 years a lot of safety regulations have been imposed. I won't say they are all equally effective but if you look at the fatality rate
it is hard to say that there has not been significant progress along with hundreds of thousands of lives saved.
Certainly some regulations have been very cost effective i.e. seat belts while others less so. TPMS were mandated because hundreds were dieing because they were running tires about 40% low. The hope was that some lives would be saved if the car companies spent what amounts to $10 per year for first 5 years of a car's use.
It would have been less expensive if people would check their own air but too many refuse to take responsibility so we all end up paying because some want the "freedom" to not take responsibility for their actions.
Air bags are an expensive alternative but were mandated again because too many refused to take responsibility and use the low cost belts.
Even when faced with the probability of a tire failure every 5 years on average we can't get RV owners to ensure their tires are properly inflated all the time.
If you think checking in the morning is good enough I have to ask why you have temperature and pressure and RPM gauges in your RV. Once you warm the RV up in the morning you should shut off or tape over all your gauges fro the rest of the day.
Who here is willing to do that? If you really believe TPM are a waste then I would challenge you to cover all except the speedometer and tell me how many days you would be willing to drive that way?