certainly any motorhome owner with an automatic leveling system will taut it's usefulness, ease of use, and automation, as compared to having to drive up on boards, blocks, etc - that's certainly not easy in a large motorhome.
Hydraulic leveling systems perform the work automatically, by accessing a 'level' controller mounted somewhere on the motorhome, many on the ceiling in a basement or cargo bay, since this is the 'floor' of the motorhome, and what you are ultimately wanting to be 'level'.
The system typically shows you what 'pair' of hydraulic jack legs that are 'low', such as front, rear, or driver side, passenger, or even two ends/corners, if needed.
You can either choose to hit 'Auto Level', in which case the system will do the calculations and start to run down the appropriate pair of legs, then the other legs, etc., and back and forth until it deems the coach 'level', OR you can choose 'Manual' mode and press the appropriate 'pair' of legs yourself, until YOU like how level it is. Generally, the system will tell you when IT thinks the coach is level, regardless.
It also 'automatically' retracts the legs when you want to move.
Is is 'worth' the cost? Deep pockets have no problems, but that's a LOT of money if you are not moving often and on unlevel ground quite often, but it sure is nice having it, no doubt.
Is your coach with air bags?
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