Trailer Valet RVR9

Rated 4.69 out of 5 based on 13 customer ratings
(13 customer reviews)

$4,398.90

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PLEASE NOTE THAT THE RVR9 IS CURRENTLY OUT OF STOCK. YOUR ORDER WILL BE PLACED ON BACK-ORDER AND WILL BE AVAILABLE ON DECEMBER 1ST, 2020. Visit our Find a Dealer page or reach out to us at support@trailervalet.com to find an RVR-stocking dealer near you.

The Trailer Valet RVR9, remote-controlled RV and trailer mover with 9,000 lbs tow capacity.

Limited stock of certified refurbished units available. Contact us for information and availability. If you have any inquiries about if this product will work for your specific trailer or environment, please reach out to our Support Team at support@trailervalet.com.

Features & Specs

Up to 9,000 lbs. Remote Controlled Trailer Mover

Introducing the the RVR Series! Our first self-motorized and remote-controlled series of units, the RVR9 is designed to take the chore out of moving your trailer. With the RVR9 you can now move your trailer without bending over or the need to use your own drill. The RVR comes with a rechargeable lithium ion battery that can give you up to 30 minutes of runtime. The included remote control allows you to not only move your trailer with just the push of a button, but you can do it from up to 40 feet away. Now you can move your trailer into tight spaces without having to ask someone else to help you look around the corners. Heavy-duty caterpillar treads allow the RVR9 to go over different terrains. The RVR9 also comes with 4 planetary gear motors that can drive both single and dual axle trailers.

The RVR9 includes the Trailer Valet RVR Base and Ball Set attaching the unit to your trailer coupler. This includes interchangeable 2 inch and 2-5/16 inch hitch balls.

Limited stock of certified refurbished units available. Contact us for information and availability. If you have any inquiries about if this product will work for your specific trailer or environment, please reach out to our Support Team at support@trailervalet.com.

FAQ

RVR FAQ

What dimensions can the Trailer Valet handle?

A Trailer Valet can handle any sized trailer provided it meets the weight limits of that particular model. We recommend inviting a second person to guide your trailer from the opposite end, especially in tight spaces, as turning requirements can vary widely according to the trailer’s dimensions.

Will the Trailer Valet work on my double-axle trailer?

Yes, as long as your trailer weight distribution is properly shifted toward the front of the trailer.

What vehicle types does the trailer valet support?

The RVR supports recreational vehicles (RVs), boats, and other similarly sized towable vehicles.

What weight will the trailer valet support?

The Trailer Valet comes in several makes and models, capable of supporting variable loads. RVR: versions are available for 3,500, 5,500 and 9,000 lbs.

Will the Trailer Valet work on inclines?

Each Trailer Valet model can handle its own degree of slope depending on the weight of the trailer and tongue, surface type, and trailer weight distribution. We welcome you to send our support team a picture of the full surface (with clear surface type and angle of slope) including your trailer specs. We can help determine suitability for any of our products and make a recommendation.

My trailer uses a standard A-Frame hitch assembly loaded with a battery, winch and propane tank, all of which consume space on the hitch tongue. What do you recommend?

The standard RVR3 attachment connects the unit to your trailer frame rather than to the coupler. This attachment is also sold separately and compatible with the RVR5 and RVR9 models.

Is the Trailer Valet motorized?

The RVR is fully motorized with a lithium-ion battery and remote control.

Can the Trailer Valet remain attached to the trailer while in motion?

No, only the 5X is able to be put into a stow position.

What happens if you lose control of the trailer?

The Trailer Valet has an integrated brake which will automatically engage when the motor is stopped. However, the brake works most reliably on flat surfaces. If the unit is at the lowest end of a slope with the nose pointed down, the brake will slow the trailer until the surface flattens out. Depending on trailer weight and slope incline, the RVR may or may not be capable of bringing the trailer to a complete stop until the trailer is on level ground.

Will the Trailer Valet work on dirt, gravel and grass surfaces?

The RVR can handle packed, uneven terrain. We do not recommend using any of our models on other soft or loose surfaces. The Trailer Valet will not move on sandy, muddy, rocky, or severely bumpy ground. If you are unsure whether or not your surface is tightly packed enough, send a clear picture of the surface including your trailer specs to our support email.

How long does the battery last?

The RVR is a fully motorized, remote operated trailer valet that comes with a lithium-ion battery which will last for around 30-45 minutes of continuous use before it needs recharging. Use time varies with trailer weight.

My Trailer Valet works on my heaviest trailer. Will it work for the others?

Do not assume it will. The function of a Trailer Valet does not exclusively depend on weight; the size, weight distribution, and frame/coupler of your trailer will impact performance. Consult with technical support before making a decision.

Can this device be submerged in water (salt or fresh)?

No, submerging the RVR will damage its internal electronics.

How do I properly maintain my Trailer Valet?

Perform maintenance on your unit at a minimum regularity of 3 months; refer to the manual and/or our YouTube maintenance videos for instructions on how to properly grease the chains and bushings. Wipe down the Trailer Valet with a clean cloth after each use. Do not leave your Trailer Valet exposed to the elements. Avoid contact with water. Do not depend solely on the Trailer Valet to keep your trailer raised, as unexpected horizontal movements can cause the device to collapse, damaging both the Trailer Valet and coupler. When possible, remove the Trailer Valet and store in a dry, cool place to ensure durability.

The Trailer Valet treads are slipping on the ground and not gaining traction. What should I do?

For heavy boats, this problem may occur when there is insufficient weight on the tongue and excess weight on the tail. Consider shifting more of the trailer’s weight forward or cleaning debris from the surface.

Videos

RVR Overview

How to Maintain

Install & Operate

Owner Stories Demo

Owner Stories Review

RVR at Sema

Support

Manual

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13 reviews for Trailer Valet RVR9

  1. Michael Verona

    Rated 5 out of 5

    “The trailer I am using it for is a trailered sawmill.
    I don’t like how the unit continues to turn off at the remote. The process of moving my trailer is a slow one and by the time I get back to moving it the remote has turned off. I think it times out in about 30 seconds. This has helped me move this trailer in small places in a very safe way and on top of that it allows me to perform this on my own without assistance. In the past I would have two spotters to assist me and now I can move it all on my own.”

  2. Ronald P. (verified owner)

    Rated 5 out of 5

    Allow me to position my trailer into a storage building. Update instructions for the RVR.

  3. Curt Sauve

    Rated 5 out of 5

    The RVR has helped m because of the tight corner in my garage and it works fantastic. If anything I would just improve the battery life.

  4. David L.

    Rated 4 out of 5

    It allows me to pull the trailer in head first so the ramp is facing garage door. Hitch does not attache to a removable type coupler as secure as an A-frame type.

  5. Rebecca G.

    Rated 4 out of 5

    I would improve the speed, I would like it to go faster when I am putting the trailer away. It has helped me by allowing me to turn my entire trailer around. It can turn the whole trailer so I can turn it into tight spots.

  6. Martin W.

    Rated 5 out of 5

    Get rid of the existing battery charger and redesign the RVR5 circuits so a battery charger/tender can be charged and maintain it. Having to run the RVR5 around in circles for 15 minutes every 2 months is nuts, especially since Tender technology is so inexpensive and readily available. I have a narrow driveway with a 4.9-degree cement slope facing a street with parked cars. At the end of a long trip, parking the RV under those conditions was beyond me. The RVR5 has eliminated the danger of damaging, my house, my RV, or a parked car; and instead of having to face a significant amount of stress at the end of a trip, I can look forward to more fun.

  7. Jonarde R.

    Rated 4 out of 5

    Remote is not intuitive. There are no instructions on how to use the unit

  8. Phil P.

    Rated 5 out of 5

    Without the unit, I would not buy the trailer I have now. I would make it easier to carry around though.

  9. Giovanni D.

    Rated 5 out of 5

    I love the product. I use it for my food truck and it works great for me. I would rate this thing a 10 if I could. It’s really a cool little gadget.

  10. Richard Oakley

    Rated 5 out of 5

    I bought this trailer valet because I have a 43foot motorhome and a 20 foot trailer that I pull behind. I didn’t ever want to get in a bind that I couldn’t get out of and didn’t have to back the trailer so often. This trailer valet has really saved me a lot of work and headache. It is everything and more than what the ad sates it is. We even named it Tugger.

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