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May '19

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rv-pro.com May 2019 • RV PRO • 39 Keystone RV's Matt Zimmerman (left) describes the features and benefits of its LoadSafe trailer technology, which is designed to help keep RVers from overloading their towed vehicle. tion to allowing users to control systems onboard the unit, Smart Control also contains three sets of checklists to help RVers remember vital steps to take before leaving home, upon arriving at the campground, and before leaving the campground. • Keystone RV – along with supplier partners MORryde, Dexter Axle and ASA Electronics, debuted LoadSafe – new technology designed to help keep RVers from overloading their towed vehicle. LoadSafe places sensors in the axles and tongue of towables. Through the iN.Command system, LoadSafe is able to have access to the gross vehicle weight rating of the Keystone trailer. When a trailer is overloaded, the LoadSafe display turns from green to red and shows the amount of weight that the trailer is beyond the GVWR. For now, LoadSafe is approved as a concept. The next step is for Keystone to work toward commercialization. RVIA, RVDA Bestow Many Awards at Gala Event It was a busy, fun-filled and awards-laden night on March 14 as industry leaders gathered at The Depot in downtown Members of the Winnebago engineering team are pictured next to a wheelchair-ready Class A motorhome. Winnebago is stepping up its presence in accessibility-enhanced motorhomes.

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