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Old 01-29-2013, 08:23 AM   #1
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Solution to transportation problem after arriving at site.

Hi Everyone, Well, I took the plunge and bought a product called The RV Rover. This vehicle partially disassembles and winches up to the hitch on the back of your motorhome. The video looks reallly cool! I'll let all of you know what my review of this product is. It's being delivered today via FedEx. It's battery operated with an 8 mile travel time on one battery charge. The front wheel comes off and stores under the seat. It then is attached to a winch that fits in your trailer hitch and winches up off the road. It can carry up to four adults. I am sooooo excited for it to arrive.
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i can build one of those...and put a brushless motor and lipo batterys and have fun doing it...jeff
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How much does it weigh?
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Weight of RV Rover

Libero, The shipping weight was 420# but that included the battery charger and the crate material it was shipped in. The specs say that a 2" receiver is sturdy enough to hold it!
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i'm not understanding. is this just for the camp ground ?? because it doesn't look street legal.
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i'm not understanding. is this just for the camp ground ?? because it doesn't look street legal.
I purchased it mainly to get around in the campground, but I am hoping, since it is very compact, that I can ride it along the shoulder of the road to get to nearby conveniences. Some states allow this. It only goes 12-15 mph. If they let Amish buggies on the roads,why not a Baptist RV Rover???? LOL!!!
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