The Complete Guide to Buying, Maintaining, and Servicing a Horse Trailer
It’s been my experience with Trailer Features and Truck and Trailer Segments that attempting to cover the entire subject of horse trailer in one segment often fails to deliver useful information. Focusing on specific areas, however, can be very informative and helpful to your readers. It could be possible to cover the important safety highlights in many subjects with references to other sources if readers want more. Such areas would be:
Choosing a Safe SUV or Truck.
-there are 3 criteria to determine when choosing a safe SUV
-when is an SUV not safe?
What you don’t know about a bumper pull hitch?
-a frame mounted hitch has its own rating that doesn’t relate to the tow vehicle
-what does a weight distribution system do (often mistakenly called sway bars)?
Your horse’s safety depends on your tires.
-did you know that tires have speed limits?
-how long do tires last before changing?
-how to read the code on a tire to determine it’s age
Two horse bumper pull vs. two horse gooseneck.
-is a two horse bumper pull trailer safer than a gooseneck?
-benefits of a 2 horse bumper pull.
-benefits of a 2 horse gooseneck.
Slant load vs straight load.
-what style trailer to choose for your horse?
-why are slant load trailers dangerous.
-why don’t some horses fit in them?
Aluminum trailers vs. hybrids vs steel
-dangers of aluminum used in structure and dividers.
-are aluminum trailers really lighter?
-is rusting steel still a problem?
-What is the cost difference repairing steel vs aluminum?