A freight trailer such as this won’t work on our roads today. Make sure your trailer is safe for the transport systems you’re going to be traveling on.
When you are pulling a trailer, whether from Trailer Boss or another dealer, you are responsible for the load. Anything that blows out or falls off is your responsibility. You could also cause significant damage, injury, or kill others if something heavy falls from your trailers.
Double check tie-downs, tarps, and ropes to make double sure that nothing will be bouncing or sliding off.
When you first start driving the load will “settle in” with the vibrations and bumps of the road. Because of this, it is a good idea to stop and double check the load, the tie-downs, and the overall stability of your load after driving a few miles.
If the trailer has high sides or a tall load, you probably should avoid traveling when there are strong cross winds or wind gusts.
We have cargo trailers, dump trailers, utility trailers, and many other types for rent or for sale. All three of our locations—Olympia, Rochester, & Marysville, WA—have a full service repair facility with mechanics on duty.