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It is recommended that your Backstop Reverse Braking System be checked daily or weekly to insure that your system is in good working order and responds properly.

A simple test would be to have the operator put the vehicle in reverse and while the vehicle is slowly moving backward, have another person stand along side the vehicle (not behind it) and flex/push on the rear rubber sensor bumper.

The vehicle should stop at the same speed as if the operator had pulled out the emergency brake button.

If the system does not respond, as it should, repairs should be initiated immediately.

As a result of some flash flooding happening around the country and Fire and Rescue apparatus having to respond through those conditions, It is highly recommended that the Control Module Unit be mounted in a rear compartment as close to the rubber bladder sensor and push-in-connector as possible.