Roadmaster InvisiBrake Supplemental Braking System
November 1, 2011
Filed under Gear
Roadmaster’s new InvisiBrake supplemental braking system does not require connecting and disconnecting or adjusting and tweaking — just install it in your dinghy vehicle and forget about it. Mount it under the driver’s seat, under the rear seat, behind interior panels or in the trunk, so that you don’t have to sacrifice any interior space to ensure safe braking.
When you press on your motorhome’s brake pedal, InvisiBrake applies a harder pressure to the towed vehicle’s brakes without causing them to skid, according to the company. It uses the dinghy vehicle’s electrical harness to power the brakes — the same electrical signal that activates the dinghy’s brakelights activates InvisiBrake, eliminating false braking. It connects directly to the towed vehicle’s battery, constantly charging it, so you don’t have to worry about battery drain. Its LED monitor acts as a visual reference for braking activity, with an audible alert that will let the driver know if the brakes have been on for too long.
The InvisiBrake meets U.S. and Canada braking requirements and retails for $999.99.
Roadmaster, 800-669-9690, www.roadmasterinc.com.