- Monday, September 3rd, 2012
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At the same time you also need to think about the surface area of your trailer which is caused by that higher center of gravity. Now when you see those signs for strong winds – that is talking directly to you. Too much of a powerful gust hitting the side of your custom trailers and this can cause them to tip over and crash, or at the very least can cause them to sway out of the road. So be careful and do what you can to avoid these winds.
If this is all sounding a bit too much then there are various purchases you can make at the trailer shop that will help you to drive more safely and easily. For instance you should look into purchases sensors for the back of the trailer which can bleep to let you know when you’re reversing too close to a wall behind. Likewise you can extend the range of your side view mirrors which will help you to see around your trailer – particularly useful if you can no longer use the rear view.