The motorhome jacks are available as AL-KO levelling jacks, the so-called Quick-Lifts. From other manufacturers, there are the motorhome jacks as so-called motorhome levelling jacks.
Most models are operated with a hand crank. When driving, the motorhome jack is horizontal to the vehicle frame. If it is cranked, it turns from the horizontal position to the vertical position and then extends telescopically to the ground. The motorhome is finally supported on the ground and can be leveled depending on the load.
Most of the times the motorhome jacks or camper jacks are mounted quite far back of the vehicle frame and support the far protruding rear of the vehicle.
Anyone who has ever tested the motorhome levelling jacks or camper levelling jacks does not want to miss them anymore. To prevent the motorhome jacks or camper jacks from sinking into soft ground, place the
base plates by Fiamma underneath.