Have a Safer Towing Experience

Jun 19, 2024

On the road, safety is a top priority. This is even more true when towing equipment, such as a trailer, automobile, recreational vehicle, or boat. No matter where you are going or what you are doing, you want to ensure that the equipment you are transporting remains in top condition and that you, your passengers, and those sharing the road with you are safe. This means always having full vision and awareness of your surroundings and having anti-theft security features employed whenever possible. Here are some products to help provide you with the ultimate safe towing experience: 

Trailer towing

Towing Mirror

While towing, it is helpful to be able to see all angles of your vehicle and the equipment you are towing. Attaching a towing mirror to your vehicle’s door, fender or side mirrors is a great way to add another vantage point for your safety. These mirrors are easily installed without the need for tools, are adjustable, and will help to eliminate blind spots. Designed to fit most vehicles these mirrors maintain your vehicle’s aerodynamics and come in different styles and sizes to meet your preferences. Find the perfect mirror to suit your safe towing needs here. 

  • Extend vision further 
  • Allows you to see typical blind spot areas 
  • Designed to maintain vehicle aerodynamics for a vibration free ride 
  • Easy to quickly connect to a vehicle 


Products for the Ultimate for Safe Towing ExperienceWe all like to believe that no one would try to steal or damage our belongings, however, it is better to prepare for the worst, and hope for the best. Locks provide another level of security to help prevent theft of your trailer, costly equipment/components, and your valuables. When you need to stop for the night in an unfamiliar town or along the busy interstate, you can have the added peace of mind knowing that you have done your best to prevent theft. A lock for your drawbar, one for your coupler, and another for the door(s) on your trailer are highly recommended. Find what you need to protect your valuables here. 

  • Lock your drawbar to your hitch/vehicle 
  • Lock coupler to drawbar 
  • Lock door(s) 
  • Prevent theft of your trailer, your equipment and your valuables 

Each of these products connects to a different part of your hitch, vehicle or trailer. Therefore, they can be used alone or in combination with one another for the ultimate safe towing experience.  

A few additional tips to remember when towing: 

    1. Inspect the following at every fuel stop: 
        • Your coupler connection 
        • Your vehicle tire and trailer tire pressure 
        • Your brake and directional lights on your vehicle and your trailer  
        • Your safety and security chains
    2. Load cargo heavier in the front by following the 60/40 rule
    3. Reduce your driving speed by following the max speed limit posted on your equipment
    4. Wear Your Seatbelt


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