Trailer in the DanHIRE Workshops for a trailer service and check over.
Being prepared for helping to assist the backlog in
Driving Tests due to the long lockdown.
Brakes being checked greased linkages and re adjustment.
IT IS SO IMPORTANT TO KEEP ALL TRAILERS WELL MAINTAINED
6 MONTHLY – 12 MONTHLY INTERVALS
STAY SAFE TOW SAFE
Lovely 2 berth Caravan being fitted with eMove Caravan Motor Mover in the DanHIRE Workshops
Large Horse Lorry in DanHIRE Workshops having complete new inner side panel fitted.
This week we had a new customer with Horse Trailer booked for service and general check over.
Supporting NTTA to promote Trailer Safety and keeping our roads safe
HOW SAFE IS YOUR TRAILER / HORSE TRAILER?
( up to 3500 KG )
We are a Accredited Quality Secured Trailer Centre and during the month of September we are holding FREE TRAILER / HORSE TRAILER SAFETY CHECKS
These will take place at our Workshops based at
UNIT 19 WAVENEY VALLEY BUSINESS PARK DITCHINGHAM BUNGAY NR35 2JG.
Please note this is a 15 to 20 minute inspection ( not a service or general repair )
With no MOT Test required for Trailers/ Horse Trailers it is so important to keep them serviced and well maintained.
WE FULLY SUPPORT #Towsafe4freddie
Interested in having your Trailer/ Horse trailer checked
Please contact to book an Appointment…..
MARK 07825 872 107
MIKE 07860 452 421
Email [email protected]
COVID – 19 Visiting our UNIT 19 We work to Government Guidelines
Please wear a Mask within our Reception Area
STAY SAFE and always remember to STAY SAFE with your Trailer.
Importance of Trailer Servicing & Safety
We always state how important it is to keep up to date with trailer servicing and keeping Trailers in good working order. These pictures show how a holidaymaker came to a sudden stop on the A12 with a loose wheel and bearing breaking up (lack of grease).
This can turn into a costly repair.
Boats love to be in the water not travelling on a recovery truck!
HORSE TRAILER MAINTENANCE at DanHIRE Trailers
This Horse trailer was booked in for attention to sticking brakes, on removal of the brake drums it was found to have very badly worn brake shoes, and the linings had become detached and stuck within the drums!