Not a car guy, but just got the wife a new 2016 Ford Escape SE with lots of stuff. Long story but got a great [really great] deal on it. My point is that it came with an owners manual that pretty clearly tells me how to do everything from setting a personal code on the outside door lock keyboard to syncing her phone to the audio system. It clearly explains a pretty impressive information center and how to program a replacement key. All of this came with a car that had an MSR roughly the same as my White Hawk. There is no reason that a similar owners manual can't be provided for an RV. Ford didn't give me a brocure for the axles, the tranny, the whatever, it just prepared a detailed but well indexed owners manual.