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Horizon Global now offers Tekonsha brake controllers

Horizon Global now offers Tekonsha brake controllers

PLYMOUTH, Mich. – Tekonsha is proud to celebrate more than a quarter century of helping people stop. Since its inception in 1964, Tekonsha has evolved, from the RV steps it began with to the complete line of premium brake controllers it has today.

The legacy brand offers something for everyone, including digital displays and complete diagnostic readouts that immediately notify the user of any number of problems with the connection, brakes, or wiring. Every Tekonsha brake controller is also equipped with a variable, manual override, while the brand’s more technologically-advanced units also come with five storable settings and a ‘boost’ feature to give brakes a little extra power when hauling heavier loads. Finally, the recent addition of an automatic dimming feature on the Prodigy P2 takes away a bit of the nighttime glare.

“Our dedicated team of engineers and designers have included something for everyone in this line, so you can tow with confidence,” said Becky Briggs, senior product manager for the Tekonsha brand. “The attention to detail in this line of Tekonsha products is unmatched on the market today. Towing safely is important. Stopping safely is essential.”

For more than 25 years now, Tekonsha has been delivering the most reliable and trusted proportional trailer brake controls on the market. The line includes the Voyager, the Primus IQ, the Prodigy P2, the Prodigy P3, and the Prodigy RF.

While forward-thinking and complex on the inside, Tekonsha’s brake controls area also easy to install and remove when not in use. Tekonsha is the name to know and trust for safety, dependability, and design.

Find out more about Tekonsha’s full line of premium brake controllers at

SOURCE: Horizon Global press release

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About Ronnie Garrett

Ronnie Garrett is the editor in chief of RV Daily Report. She's been a writer/editor for more than 25 years, working in law enforcement, aviation, supply chain and now the RV industry. She's not a stranger to RVs, however. She grew up camping, and still camps as many weekends as she can every year.

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