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Watch this Video before Picking up and Dropping off the Trailer

Safety Guides

Please do not tow the trailer before reading these safety guides.

Box and Caged Trailer

  • It’s recommended for 2 people to attached the trailer to the vehicle.
  • Please ensure that your vehicle has a 50mm towball and square or round 7 pin connection point.
  • Attach coupling to the ball and ensure the handle is in the FULLY DOWN position and the safety catch is located over the lug. Pins through the safety catch are not required for forward towing.
  • Attach Safety chain.
  • Check brakes and all lights before use.
  • Know the TOWING CAPACITY of your vehicle and ensure the combined load does not exceed 749kg
  • Ensure your load is positioned with the majority of the weight forward.
  • Check tyres, make sure sufficient tread is visible. It is recommended to also check all tyre pressures. Trailer tyre pressure should be 40psi.
  • Faulty Trailer must not be used. Report any faults immediately on 1300 457 099 and quote name and trailer location.

Car Carrier Trailer

  • It’s recommended for 2 people to attached the trailer to the vehicle.
  • Please ensure that your vehicle has a 50mm towball and square or round 7 pin connection point. NOTE – WHEN TOWING A TRAILER WITH ELECTRIC BREAKS, YOUR VEHICLE NEEDS TO HAVE A BREAK CONTROLLER
  • Attach coupling to the ball and ensure the handle is in the FULLY DOWN position and the safety catch is located over the lug. Pins through the safety catch are not required for forward towing.
  • Attach Safety chain.
  • Check brakes and all lights before use.
  • Know the TOWING CAPACITY of your vehicle and ensure the combined load does not exceed the weights below:
    • Tandem Car Carrier – Hydrolic Breaks: 1999kg
    • Tandem Car Carrier – Electric Breaks : 2999kg
  • Ensure your load is positioned with the majority of the weight forward.
  • Check tyres, make sure sufficient tread is visible. It is recommended to also check all tyre pressures. Trailer tyre pressure should be 40psi.
  • Rotate winch to ensure its operational and check cable for frays.
  • Check under the trailer to ensure the loading ramps are present.
  • Faulty Trailer must not be used. Report any faults immediately on 1300 457 099 and quote name and trailer location.

Winch Operation

  • Extending the Cable

    1. Release the Safety Catch by pressing down and engaging the release lever
    2. Pull out the cable to the end of the ramps

    WARNING: Stand clear of spinning handle as contact with this could cause serious injury.

    Winching up the Vehicle

    1. Disengage the release lever holding the safety catch to ENGAGE the safety catch
    2. Latch the winch hook to the manufacturers anchor point on the vehicle When safety catch is engaged, a noticable clicking sound should be heard

    WARNING: Failure to engage the safety catch could cause serious injury.

    Unloading the vehicle

    1. Secure the wheels so the vehicle cannot roll
    2. Loosen winch cable and remove hook from anchor point
    3. Vehicle must be manually removed from the trailer

    WARNING: DO NOT use the winch to unload the vehicle. Failure to comply with this warning may cause serious injury

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