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Safety Checklist

Tires And Wheels
  • Are tires in good condition? Look for bulges, slices, bare spots, worn tread.
  • Are tires the right size for the load?
  • Rotate the tires (including balancing and properly inflating them).
  • Clean and repack wheel bearings and replace seals.
  • Are the wheel lugs tight? Are they all there?

Floor And Body
  • Check for floor for soft spots, rotting, splintering. This includes the ramp if you have one.
  • Replace damaged floor boards and treat floor with a preservative.
  • If you are using mats, do they fit snugly? Are they worn and need replacing?
  • Check metal for rust.
  • Check fiberglass for damage.
  • Check the registration to be sure it's up-to-date. Make sure the license plate is positioned so there are no sharp edges exposed.
  • Check and oil all hinges, dividers, doors, locks, and windows.
  • Check all gaskets and molding to ensure good fit of windows.
  • Clean and oil the jack stand.
  • Grease the ball and the coupler.
  • Inspect and service the brake drums and wheels.
  • Check fluid levels and lines to hydraulic brakes.
  • Do a loaded and unloaded drive test to check for even stopping.
  • Inspect emergency trailer brake battery.
  • Check levelness of hitched trailer.

Wiring And Suspension

  • Do all the lights work?
  • Is the wiring intact, clean and secured?
  • Grease the springs, shackles if appropriate.
  • Check shock absorbers and bushings.
  • Tighten up the axle bolts.

Safety Equipment
  • Is your first aid kit complete?
  • Is your truck and trailer safety kit complete?
  • Do you have extra halters and lead ropes?
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