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Old 06-28-2014, 04:36 PM   #15
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at the buying time, my goal was very simple - 4 down and light weight; as only as better/safer than motor cycle and no need to worry about aux brake. well, i bought a 2010 honda fit. years have past, looking back i still think i did a right thing; i would do the same if it were today. technically mere 2600lb has no impact to a 40klb coach going up or down hills. i even don't feel there is a thing behind me. i did install an rvi though to meet law requirement.

when i arrived to the destination, took 3 minutes to disconnect, drove around town, wonderful. there would be no difference between this and prius in a unlikely event of accident. if people driving prius daily are not afraid of safety, why would i on occasional and local basis?
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Great info, can you explain what rvi means. Thanks
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rvi is an auxiliary brake system. here is their website Auxiliary Braking System, RV Towing, How to Tow a Car, RV Brake Parts & The Brakebuddy | RVi Brake
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