Taking Care of Your New Trailers

What Parts You’ll Need in Case a Replacement

It’s the time of year when many people are getting their new trailers, and that can be an exciting prospect. You might have just gotten a new boat, RV or camper trailer as well! However, there is also some work to do in order to maintain your vehicle for safety and longevity. One of the most important things you’ll want to do is replace all of the lights on your trailer if they start going out. At Nettotrailer we will teach you which parts you need to have on hand so that you can replace them with ease should they go out – it’s never too early to think about preventing problems down the line!

The first thing you need to do is identify your trailer. If you have a travel trailer, the lights are built into the front of it – not actually lit up until they are turned on through an electrical outlet inside (although some trailers now come with LED lighting and those don’t require as much power). You can tell by looking at them if they aren’t working. These lamps will most likely be labeled “front left” and “front right”. Don’t forget that there might also be side marker lights; these go along each side of your car or truck where the rear-view mirrors would attach!


Second, check for any backup lights that may be in place on your vehicle. Sometimes this requires taking off panels near the gas tank door to find all of the backup lights. The same process applies for these: identify each bulb and see if they light up when you activate your reverse gear!

Finally, there might be various other bulbs or fuses in place that control aspects of the lighting on your trailer such as brake lights, tail lights, side marker lights etc. These are generally located near to where you would find a spare tire or gas tank door – check it out today so that you’re prepared should any replacement parts be needed!

In conclusion, taking care of your new trailers is important. Make sure to have all necessary parts available before needing them down the road because replacing a part can cost a lot more than having one ready ahead of time!