Trailer Valet has released a small radio-controlled robot RVR which you can move a large trailer with. The robot is equipped with caterpillar tracks which allow it to move on almost any horizontal surface -...
Trailer Valet has released a small radio-controlled robot RVR which you can move a large trailer with. The robot is equipped with caterpillar tracks which allow it to move on almost any horizontal surface - from asphalt to sand and stones. The maximum payload of the robot is 4 tons, and its own weight is only 44 kilograms. Its propulsion is provided by four electric motors. One charge of the battery lasts for 30 minutes.
The new robot is useful for those who have a country house and a garage, in which you need to put a trailer. To navigate a large trailer into a narrow garage with the help of a car is not very convenient. Thanks to the RVR and the miniature control panel, a huge trailer can be moved to within centimeters and delivered in the easiest way possible. In addition, the robot can be useful in the industrial sector. For example, at a construction site or in a warehouse where you need to move large and heavy objects in a limited space.
The company will produce three models of the RVR. The light version, with a carrying capacity of 1.6 tons, will cost $2,100. The medium model costs $3,400 and is capable of moving up to 2.5 tons. And the most powerful RVR from “Trailer Valet” costs $4,100 and can move up to 4 tons.
“Trailer Valet” is focusing on those who like to travel with their trailers but do not want problems parking their trailers. Previously, “Trailer Valet” produced jacks with a wheel to manually move trailers, and have now introduced an automated solution in the form of RVR.
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