Check your tire pressure regularly when traveling. It’s a good idea to kick the tires every time you stop for gas just to see if they are full pressure.
Inspect the spare tire, too. Nothing is worse than getting a flat tire and then realizing that your spare isn’t inflated.
Set the tire pressure appropriate for the load. When you are traveling empty, tire pressure can be reduced to 10 or 15 psi. This will allow the tires to absorb bumps and other anomalies, keeping the trailer from bouncing around and shaking the tow vehicle. Of course, full tire inflation is needed for a full load.
Don’t overfill the tires.
Come on in and have the certified technicians at Trailer Boss examine your utility trailer to see if it is safe for the road, or to purchase a new one.
Here is a great little utility trailer you might want to consider.
This is a new Maxey which has a built-in wheel chock, tie downs, steel deck, bi-fold rear ramp, 3500# axle with 15 inch tires.