Driving on in the wind can cause trailer sway. It is possible to control it by having the right linkage system between the tow vehicle and the trailer.
The uneven forces between vehicle and trailer can lead to your trailer swaying, so as you take efforts to even it out, you can begin to alter its occurrence.
This doesn’t mean you have to change the size of the tow vehicle or the trailer, instead you can invest in a hitch that will help the two objects appear as one.
Depending on your price point, you might choose a more affordable option. The problem with this is that some of these inexpensive options attempt to create the “single unit” concept, in turn adding friction between truck and trailer.
At Trailer Boss, we can help you find a great sway bar that will fit both your budget and your needs.
One more tip for controlling trailer sway is to make sure that ten to twelve percent of the trailers weight is on the tongue.
For successful hauling, Trailer Boss reminds you to not overload your trailer.