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Trailers 2000 has been helping Australians safely tow for over two decades. At Trailers 2000, we are aware towing is very di!erent from everyday driving, requiring additional driving skills and safety precautions.

That's why we provide education to drivers that they have a legal responsibility to other road users and themselves when towing a trailer. We encourage drivers to check the vehicle and trailer are correctly equipped; and drive a vehicle and trailer combination safely

A commitment to safety is our priority.
See our Safety Steps Customer Education programme, comprising videos and downloadable pdfs

In addition to the correct attachment of the trailer you must also check to ensure all of your wheel nuts are tight.

ALWAYS CHECK

Check Wheel nuts are tight and safe to go. (Retighten regularly.)

Once the trailer is connected, check the lights are working.

Do you have a spare wheel and wheel wrench?

(In the interests of safety it is strongly recommended that you carry a suitable spare wheel and the correct wheel wrench. In the event of a puncture etc. carrying the correct spare wheel and wheel wrench will allow an immediate changeover and quickly have you safely towing again. ) 

See our Safety Steps Customer Education programme, comprising videos and downloadable pdfs

Attaching a trailer & connecting lights

Safe trailer loading

Safe trailer towing

Safe Operating Procedures for Hydraulic Tipper

Attaching trailer, lights and jockey wheel PDF
Towing a trailer safely PDF
Safe trailer loading PDF
Customer safety education PDF

Note: Download our complete OWNERS PACK as a pdf