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February 19, 2004
Food For Thought...
Check that all your lights are working on your trailer. I recently heard a story of a guy that was pulled over by a trooper for a tail light being out. He would not allow him to continue on, and proceeded to escort him off the next exit/repair garage. There goes your 'Time on the Water' :'(
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March 26, 2004
Worse yet, it gets really interesting when you get a short in your trailer wiring and all of your taillights go out. Not only will you get pulled over, but you could get rear-ended. The trooper that stopped my brother-in-law and me at night was nice about it and let us continue with our hazard flashers, but could have just as easily (and probably should have) shut us down. Check every time.
March 22, 2004
It just so happens that trailer plugs are something that we sell and/or have access to and I just gave a cursory glance at the catalogs of a couple of our suppliers and didn't see anything for a 4-way plug. They may have something of that nature for a 7-way but to my knowledge, at least initially, there is nothing for a 4-way.