Hmm,TraumaOne : I live in a condo and therefore any trailer would be stored in a praking lot. What are the tips/tricks to keep someone from attaching it to their truck and bolting?
With State Farm, it was neither. I have a $5000 Trailer policy on mine. I think it runs less than $5/month.TraumaOne : Do trailers go under a homeowners policy or an auto policy?
I said that?firedawgon929 : But like Conq said, if they really want it, they'll get it.
I said that?ConqSoft : Quote (firedawgon929 @ May 11 2003, 12:37pm)But like Conq said, if they really want it, they'll get it.
with my insurance, USAA, the trailer is covered my the home owners policy for the trailer itself - no extras - you must have proof of what was added. On the road, however the trailer is only covered if it gets in a wreck for damage to tohers property. I opened another policy for replacement of the tralier and the contents in case of wreckTraumaOne : Do trailers go under a homeowners policy or an auto policy?
Hmm. Pete does that with his house, too.ConqSoft : Put it on blocks and remove the tires when its not in use?
These work well, I've had my boat in front of my townhouse for 5 years. Now I need another one for my new enclosed trailer! I like the locks made for trailers/boats...most of the lock is covered and makes it almost impossible to cut the pin.HondaGal : Gorilla lock also makes a lockable unit that covers the part of the hitch that hooks over the ball.