Monday, July 21, 2014

Posted by Shaun Stille |

"During your inspection, be on the lookout for signs that you might need a new connection—but there are steps you can take to ensure that this won’t happen in the first place. For one, don’t connect the trailer hitch to your truck’s tow ball, as this could provide false ground for the trailer. In fact the jack-and-plug connection should be the only connection to the trailer. If your trailer lights have burned out or its wirings have gone faulty, you should have them replaced right away before your next vacation or hauling trip. Look into reputable dealers like Global Parts Inc. for trusty and reliable LED marker lights or brake lights."
http://blog.gpartsinc.com/info-articles/important-trailer-road-safety-facts-led-trailer-lights

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