Trailer Valet reveals New Motorized XL, Remote RVR

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. – Six-year NATDA Trade Show veteran Trailer Valet, located in City of Industry, California, reveals two new products for 2018, the Trailer Valet XL and Trailer Valet RVR.

With a 1,ooo-pound tongue weight capacity and a load-bearing weight up to 10,000 pounds, the Trailer Valet XL features the same high-quality construction of the original Trailer Valet. However, the new design contains several new features along with it’s standard automatic brakes.

  • High-strength pneumatic tires withstand 500 pounds of pressure per tire
  • A coating that provides 300 hours of corrosion resistance
  • Greater gear reduction to make cranking easier

Possibly the most intriguing addition, the Trailer Valet XL’s all-new Drill Bit Adapter turns the Trailer Valet XL into a motorized dolly. By simply attaching the adapter to an 18-volt trill, customers can now hook up and move their trailers with relative ease. The one-of-a-kind patented ball attachment allows the Trailer Valet XL to work with almost any trailer.

What appears to have been modeled after a futuristic NASA rover, the Trailer Valet RVR gives consumers the ability to move their trailers in almost any space. Complete with a wireless remote control, four planetary gear motors and heavy-duty caterpillar treads gives the Trailer Valet RVR a 360-degree range of motion on all kinds of terrain, including asphalt, dirt, grass and gravel. The 3,500, 5,500 and 9,000-pound weight classes makes trailer-moving difficulties virtually nonexistent for both novice and veteran trailer owners.

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SOURCE: Trailer Valet press release

Ronnie Wendt

Ronnie Wendt

Ronnie Wendt has been a writer/editor for more than 25 years, working in law enforcement, aviation, supply chain and 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. She is the owner of In Good Company Communications and can be reached at

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    The Trailer Valet does not perform as they describe. I complained to the company within a month after purchase and they did not stand behind their product. They had someone by the name of Mary contact me. She stated there may have been a defect and she would call me back regarding a possible return, exchange or refund. She never called me back nor answered any of my calls. The company would not answer my calls. I am still stuck with it.

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