I was on a trip and sitting outside the RV talking to fellow RVer. The fellow asked if I had any trouble getting a license to drive it. I said I didn't have any special license and was not told when I bought it that I needed one. Ignorance is no excuse for breaking a law. Let me tell you, the rest of that trip from then on was not very pleasant, knowing I was breaking laws. I quickly corrected that problem and now have the correct license.
My RV also has air brakes. Since it has an air-ride suspension that takes compressed air to operate, it only makes sense to have air brakes and air horns (have both a regular horn and air horns). Most people don't know how air brakes work. For safety reasons, the brakes are spring loaded and always engaged. Air has to be applied to released the brakes and if you loose air pressure, the brakes will come on. Anyone I have talked to who never had air brakes thought the opposite was true, that you needed air to put the brakes on and they wondered what would happen if you lost air pressure. Well, now you know. Hope you all have a great day, you hear?