For the highways – When you’re driving at 100 kph down the highway, it’s important to know that your trailer can handle it. (Please note that maximum speed limits vary by trailer, so make sure to follow the specific trailers instructions and not just this blog post!) No matter how fast you’re driving, the trailer has to be properly built so that it can handle the constant impacts at high speeds as you hit even the smallest bump.
For the byways – Sure, there are times when you might be on perfectly smooth roads the whole way, but sometimes you’re going to want to take the back way to your favorite unknown lake. You want a boat trailer than can handle the roads that aren’t really roads at all…more like “suggested paths.” These hard hits, even when you’re driving slow, will put considerable pressure on the bunks or rollers, and you need to know that the frame and all of the boat trailer parts will hold up.
For the storage – Sure, when you store your boat the trailer itself isn’t constantly being vibrated by the bumps in the road. But, just like couch springs, leave pressure on something for long enough and gravity will take its toll. That’s why it’s so important to have a high-quality boat trailer that will be able to hold up both on the road and in your driveway.
You need a boat trailer that can handle every condition you might find yourself in. Find the right one for your needs here!