How to increase towing safety in 30 minutes – part 5

It’s hard to resist the call of the open road, especially when you have a chance to connect a camping trailer and escape for a weekend, or haul your boat to a favorite fishing spot.

But before you hitch any trailer to your truck or SUV, make sure you consider today’s towing safety tip.

  1. STAY WITHIN YOUR LIMITS
  2. PACK YOUR TRAILER PROPERLY
  3. EXAMINE YOUR TIRES
  4. TEST YOUR LIGHTS
  5. CHECK YOUR BRAKES

Smaller, lighter trailers may not need trailer brakes, but larger trailers, or those designed to carry heavier loads, will usually incorporate a trailer brake system.

Trailer brakes should be used on trailers weighing more than 3,000 lbs.

Remember to check your brakes at least once a year, or every 12,000 miles. If you’re not an experienced mechanic, we recommend you have them serviced by a professional.

Here’s something else that takes less than 30 minutes…

You already know how the heavy body-mass of the average motorhome or travel trailer can cause serious sway and instability. Why not remove these problems altogether?

Well, here’s the thing: Timbren SES upgrades are the perfect fit for your motorhome. Why? It’s because they…

  • provide a smoother ride
  • reduce body roll and sway
  • improve over-all handling
  • are easy to install
  • require zero maintenance

Every Timbren SES upgrade comes with a limited Lifetime Warranty and an unconditional Customer Satisfaction Guarantee.

Join us next time for safety tip # 6.

Click here for “How to increase towing safety in 30 minutes” – part 4