1. Trailer Condition:
In order to inspect the condition of the trailer, it is important to check for any damage or wear and tear. The trailer should be free of any holes, tears, or rust. It is also important to check the condition of the trailer's frame.
2. Tire Condition and Pressure:
The tires should be inspected for damage and proper pressure. Tires that are low on pressure can cause safety hazards.
3. Lighting System Inspection:
The lighting system should be checked to make sure that all lights are working properly.
4. Brake System Inspection:
The brake system should be checked to make sure that it is in good condition and that the brakes are working properly.
5. Wheel Bearings Inspection:
The wheel bearings should be inspected to make sure they are in good condition and that they are not leaking oil.
6. Exhaust System Inspection:
The exhaust system should be inspected to make sure there is no damage and that it is functioning properly.
7. Electrical Wiring and Plugs Inspection:
The electrical wiring and plugs should be inspected to make sure they are in good condition and that there is no damage.
8. Coupling Devices Inspection:
The coupling devices should be inspected to make sure they are in good condition and that they are securely attached to the trailer.
9. Safety Equipment Inspection:
Safety equipment such as reflectors, flags, and stop signs should be inspected to make sure they are in good condition and properly installed.
10. Miscellaneous Inspections (fluid levels, spare tire, etc.):
Miscellaneous items such as fluid levels, spare tires, and tools can also be inspected during the trailer inspection process.