Anyone have information about the safety of getting the rear motors wet when launching a boat/trailer with my new RAV4 hybrid? Are the rear motors supposed to be waterproof? How about salt water? The boat/trailer combo is less than the 1500 lb limit, and tows just fine. When thinking through launching, though, I recall prior situations when I was forced to back into the water to free/load the boat."Obviously??!??" this hybrid was designed to be safely driven through thunderstorms and the occasional deep highway/corner water puddles, right? Or at a shore home when the occasional nor'easter and high tide brings up a fair amount of standing water on many streets and connector roads. I say obviously in quotes because I simply assumed that water-safe motors would be the case. Any specific technical references or expertise would be very, very much appreciated! (And yes, I did see the picture/video of the not-RAV4 electric SUV that accidentally plunged into the water at a boat ramp, floated away, and later caught fire. That's not the situation I'm asking about. That SUV was completely flooded, and it probably would have been totaled regardless of the power plant.) Thanks!