Not everybody uses their trailer year-round. You might be a professional landscaper who loves their Lamar Trailer for the versatility provided during the summer months. Or, you could be a homeowner with a few acres to take care of when the leaves change. Regardless, you may have wondered in the past: “How do I store a trailer?”
Regardless of how you use your trailer, storing your equipment in the off season isn’t difficult or complex. But, it does need to be done correctly. Here’s how:
1. Remove Trailer Batteries
Depending on the type of trailer you own, it might have batteries powering the hydraulics and emergency breakaway systems. Disconnecting and removing these power sources from your trailer is important to prevent corrosion and harm during long-term storage.