Trailer Description

  • Trailer number

Inspection

  • Is the reflectors and required signs in good condition?

  • Are the brakes, signal and plate lights working?

  • Are the tires, including wear, air pressure and lug nuts good?

  • Is the trailer in overall good condition?

  • Is the load secured and weight even?

  • Is the visibility in tow vehicle mirrors okay?

  • Do you know the weight, height and width limits for your load?

  • Is the pin securing ball mount to receiver intact?

  • Is the hitch coupler secured?

  • Is the spring bar hinges and safety clips in place?

  • Are the safety chains properly attached?

  • Is the electrical wiring and plugs in good condition?

List any other items that need to be addressed or corrected.

  • Enter list items here.

  • Signature

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