I switched from Verizon to T-Mobil cut my bill by 1/3 AND added unlimited data and unlimited hotspot. T-Mobil does not have the coverage of Verizon but it has been fully satisfactory for this full timer for the last year.
Every bodies situation varies.
Installing a circuit disconnect switch is not very difficult. A long explanation of doing this is on www.crvownersclub.com
Briefly: buy an "add a fuse" at an auto store. get a 7.5 amp fuse if the fuse size is different than the stock Honda fuse. Buy an on/off switch (see www.crvownersclub.com for a switch that fits in the blank space on the left side of steering wheel), put the parts together and in one hour you got a switch that kills your accessory circuit when towing. If you are all thumbs and don't want to mess with splicing in a switch, etc. You can buy a kit from Roadmaster for about $70. You will still have to mount Roadmasters toggle switch if you buy their kit or let it hang down under your dash. The price of DIY parts is about $18.
You will ask yourself after doing this: Why didn't I do this sooner.
I have a 2014 CRV with a Roadmaster system. I love it. I previously had a 1999 CRV with a Roadmaster system. The new Roadmaster system is great. I fancy myself pretty aware of all the available systems. The following detail is the reason I am so pleased with the Roadmaster base plate. I ordered the -5 option. Sorry I'm too lazy to dig up the full number of the base plate but the -5 option is great. It's light (5#-8#) for each side. Easy to remove and reinstall. Does NOT require the cross bar usually required on Roadmasters. And it looks great when you remove the two pieces.
The only thing that is visible on the front of the CRV when you remove the attachments are two rings, about 1.5" each. There are also two tabs that project for attaching the safety cables. (These two tabs are nearly invisible.) I want to add that it is incredibly easy to remove or reinstall the attachments. You bend down, pull a spring loaded pin, rotate the attachments 180 degrees and pull out. You don't need to get on your knees to disconnect.
Good luck on your choice.
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