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The are two types of brakes for rollators - one is the kind you push down on, and that kind is either "on" or "off". Those wouldn't be any help for slowing on hills. The other kind of brakes are like the ones on a bike - you squeeze them, so that might work better for the hills (how steep are your hills?). Make sure the seat or the bar to support the seat doesn't prevent you from walking inside the rollator - if you are pushing from behind the walker, you will be off balance as you go down the hill, and it will make it harder to control.