There are lots of 'what ifs' and very valid points being discussed in the event of a tire failure. There is not much discussion on the driver's capabilities. Unfortunately, many MH (heck, let's not discriminate with only MHs but include towables as well) drivers/owners have become too infirm to really be behind the wheel of a large, heavy vehicle traveling at near or above the posted speed limit which can be as high as 80 mph. We have done a bunch of traveling over the past few years and have seen and talked with a lot of folks - and quite frankly I am concerned. We have found some that can't construct a coherent conversation. Then there are others that can barely walk --- and they are all behind the wheel, driving. Makes me wonder what, if any, reflex capability they have. I watched that Michelin video - great information, but not real world for the driver who is sitting comfortably in his captain's chair, his vehicle on cruise, comfortable climate temp control on and Sirius tuned to his favorite station. Bang goes that front tire - he is not mentally prepared so nasty things happen with serious consequences - and quite likely a partial reason for the barrel rolling MH.
Then there is the quality of the tires provided on RVs. Our 5er had the infamous China Bombs ST. They were changed to a very good quality LT tire. I have no clue as to what a MH has as OEM, but would bet they are bare minimum for the weight. Of course, tire pressure, age and road debris can becontributing factors and unknowns in the videos attached.
Do the best we can and hope others will as well
Dave W along with my DW, Susan and our poodlepups, Callie & Molly,2011 Ford F250 6.7 CCLB, 5er Hitch Option w/B&W Hitch,,Ride Rite air bags, 2014 Montana High Country 343RL (38')