Trailer Valet RVR

Apr 2, 2018

Category: Tech

Trips in the family RV are a blast. But putting that rolling home away? It’s the worst part of the whole trip – and not just because it means the fun is over. It’s just tough to get your RV safely back in the garage or parking spot you prefer. Or at least it was before Trailer Valet’s RVR.

This wireless, remote controlled drone attaches to the hitch on your RV, and can then guide it with pinpoint accuracy to where you need to park it. Driven by four planetary gear motors and featuring caterpillar treads, the device boasts a 360-degree range of motion on asphalt, grass, dirt, and even gravel. And because the RVR has a 40 foot range and half-hour run-time, you can check all your corners and angles without any help. The land-bound tugboat comes in three weight classes, 3,500, 5,500, or 9,000 pounds. Who knows, with this thing, you may actually grow to enjoy putting your RV away for the week.

Purchase: $2,100

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