page 41under towingSection 4: Vehicle Operation
If your RV is equipped with the Command Control Bluetooth system, make sure you turn off
your battery disconnect switch according to the following instructions.
This caution label has been placed in an area near the
battery disconnect switch on your RV.
Your RV will travel safely and comfortably at highway speed limits. It will take longer than
a passenger automobile to reach that speed. Allow more time to go around vehicles you are
passing. Avoid situations that might require sudden momentum changes as the length of the
tow vehicle/RV combination affects your ability to quickly cut back into traffic. Swerves
and sharp turns, especially at high speeds, could result in loss of control of the tow vehicle/
RV. Slow down in advance of dips, bumps and railroad tracks to reduce the jolting to your
tow vehicle/RV combination. Proceed slowly and let the trailer tires pass over them before
Adverse weather conditions and extremes in terrain may affect the performance and handling of your tow vehicle. Do not operate the tow vehicle cruise control on icy or extremely
wet roads, winding roads, in heavy traffic or in any other traffic situation where a constant
speed cannot be maintained.
When descending a long hill, drop down into a lower gear or range. Avoid conditions that
require excessive and prolonged use of your brakes. Apply and release brakes at short intervals to allow them to cool. The tow vehicle transmission and engine will help in controlling
downhill speed and can lengthen brake life. Use care when accelerating or decelerating on a
slippery surface. Abrupt speed changes can cause skidding and loss of control.
BEFORE TOWING YOUR RV ON THE ROADWAY: TURN OFF
THE BATTERY DISCONNECT SWITCH!
Certain components inside the RV can unexpectedly activate which could