Sunday, January 21, 2007

The Lazy Man's Way to Back up a Trailer

Now, here's the lazy man's ideal method of backing up a trailer: doing it by remove control! Couch potatoes will feel right at home using this device's handheld remote control unit which communicates by radio signal with a receiver unit mounted inside the RV. The RVer has positive and precise control of the movements and is able to park the RV where he wants or move it right up and onto the trailer ball of his towing vehicle. Learn more about this nifty Powrtouch product at its US distributor's website or click the image below to see a very cool video demonstration.

7 comments:

suekozin said...

I like it. Where can I get one for our Airstream. If I had that device, I would take the trailer camping my self.

Sue Kozin
68 Intl Land Yacht

Anonymous said...

Great for backing a trailer past those trees in some of the tight NFS campgrounds.

dennis said...

well i'm guessing it's electric powered, so haw far and fast will it go?
i could sit in the recliner and drive my trailer to the lake and save some gas! LOL

Anonymous said...

You know what the best part of backing a trailer this way??? His wife isn't jumping up and down, just outside of the mirror's image, waving her arms around, screaming and doing the "wife dance" while he's backing up the trailer....

Tony said...

The front wheel and mount must certainly be super strong to take the tension put against it. I take it that it must be an add on.

Tony said...

What kind of front wheel do they have that can take all the stress. It must be an add on.

Ronnie's_Memories said...

The two rear wheels are the driving wheels, probably hydrostatic steering leaving the wheel on the tongue free to do nothing. Considering this is in the dirt, that's quite a strong motor driving this rig. Can we see more on this rig?