Tire Maintenance Tips
Here at TrailerLegs we’re all about keeping your tires happy and healthy! Your tires bear the weight of your trailer which can cause a lot of issues. Read on to learn ways you can properly maintain your tires’ health.
Every time you get in and out of your trailer or RV you should do a quick visual assessment of your tires. It really is as simple as giving them a quick look. You should know beforehand what your tires look like when they are damage free and properly inflated. Be sure to take a look at them to avoid unnecessary damage or safety risks. Simply looking at them before driving could help you spot an issue.
This is an important one but can generally be easily overlooked. You should always check that your tires have the correct air pressure. In fact, your tires will naturally lose some air pressure over time. Having tires too low or too high in pressure can be dangerous and costly if something happens.
Storing your trailer properly is extremely important and simply cannot be overlooked. If you do not store your trailer properly your tires may suffer. It is important that your trailer is lifted and stabilized while stored and not in use. This takes the weight off of the tires and prevents dry rot, flat tires, and tire blowouts. TrailerLegs is the easy to use and quick trailer stabilizer that lifts your trailer off the ground and stabilizes it, making it ready for storage. TrailerLegs is the most innovative way to take care of your tires. Get yours here
Don’t forget to rotate your tires! Just like you do for your personal vehicle you need to do for your trailer, RV, or camper. Whether you have a single, double, or triple axle trailer, you need to rotate your tires. Rotation ensures even wear on your tires and helps to maintain them. Be sure to rotate every 5,000-8,000 miles or every 6 months.