Parkit360 Power Dolly moves trailers with ease

ONTARIO, Canada — Whether due to condensation or ice, cooler temperatures often means reduced visibility in vehicles. Maneuvering a trailer in these situations is nerve-wracking. Even backup cameras become fuzzy and distorted. With a Parkit360 power dolly, anyone can move a trailer, guiding it effortlessly around obstacles and the tightest of corners.

Using a Parkit360 power dolly is simple. It freewheels, so it’s easy to roll it to the trailer. With the company’s Stableloc technology, it’s quick and straightforward to attach it safely and securely to almost any hitch, right out of the box. A simple toggle thumb switch on the handle provides forward and backward motion; steering is one-handed. If the trailer is outfitted with electric or surge brakes, once connected it will automatically set them when the switch is in the neutral position—an important safety feature.

Three models of Parkit360 power dollies are offered, accommodating trailers up to 15,000 pounds with 2,200 pound tongue weights. They can be configured to fit the included 1–7/8-inch, 2-inch, 2–5/16-inch or 50mm ball, or fifth wheel hitches. Compact, they’ll fit into the trunk of a small sedan and weigh less than the average lawnmower.

The device’s robust Bosch electric motor and on board 12-volt battery with built-in recharger deliver the power. While it won’t work in deep snow, its wide tires deliver the traction to move over almost any terrain.

The Parkit360 was designed to be used year-round. Its frame is laser-cut, robotically welded for perfect alignment and powder-coated for long-lasting durability and maximum protection. The company makes a heavy-duty canvas cover that protects it from the elements if left outside.

For over seven years, Parkit360 has been an innovator in the power dolly market. Its products are used by over 13,000 trailer owners worldwide.

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SOURCE: Parkit360 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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