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RV Safe-T-Plus Steering Stabilizer

Owning a new motorhome can open up whole new vistas to those just getting started in the RV world, but getting behind the wheel of one of these large vehicles can also present some serious challenges to the uninitiated. Some make the mistake of assuming that driving a motorhome is no different than simply operating a large version of their family van or SUV when, in fact, there's a "big" difference.

Motorhome drivers face a number of road hazards that don't affect drivers of smaller vehicles, and they require a much higher degree of active driver involvement. As a result, it's not unusual for RV drivers to become quite exhausted from continual over-steering efforts and white-knuckle driving. Arriving at their destination they may be worn out, suffering from sore arms, shoulders and a stiff neck. This scenario, however, needn't be a part of your RV experience.

Installing a Safe-T-Plus Steering Stabilizer, the #1 name in large vehicle steering control, eliminates front wheel shimmying, corrects over-steering and reduces vehicle wandering. Installing one of these steering stabilizer units will improve both safety and handling, keeping your coach traveling effortlessly down a natural center line with the very little movement of the steering wheel required.

  • Severe Side Winds
  • Pot Holes
  • Shock From Front-Tire Blowouts
  • Pavement Drops
  • Road Ruts and Bumps
  • Passing Tractor-Trailers

How the Steering Control Works

The Safe-T-Plus Steering Control unit is made in four different versions, one of which will perfectly fit your Class A or C coach. Each RV steering stabilizer gets paired with one of the RV mounting brackets specifically designed to fit your motorhome's chassis type. The stabilizer, which consists of heavy-duty metal coils and an integrated hydraulic piston, is capable of absorbing the "shock" produced by potholes, road ruts, pavement drops, and even front tire blowouts. Installation takes only about an hour, with no welding or drilling required. Once installed and adjusted, no ongoing maintenance or adjustment is required.