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    • Consult your vehicle's owners manual to determine its maximum load limit
    • Ensure your trailer towing hitch is appropriate for the trailer being towed
    • Check tire pressure on the tow vehicle and the trailer
    • Ensure all lug nuts are tightened correctly and that your trailer bearings are properly greased and ready for use
    • After connecting the trailer wiring to the towing vehicle, check that all lights are working
    • Check the electric trailer brakes and control module, if applicable
    • Confirm that the trailer tongue is locked or latched securely on the towing hitch ball
    • Connect safety chains from the trailer to the tow vehicle
    • Adjust the mirrors so you are able to see:
      • The sides of the tow vehicle and trailer
      • The tires, in relation to the pavement lines
      • The vehicles behind and beside you
      • If you cannot see past the trailer, replace the mirrors

    The most important driving safety tip to remember when trailer towing: having that trailer back there will tack on extra weight and length to your towing vehicle. Plus you'll discover a need for more time to speed up and, most importantly, to slow down. Just keep a cool head, make safe driving the top priority:

    • Use your mirrors constantly
    • Always reduce speed gradually
    • Keep a steady hand on the steering wheel
    • Gradually apply the trailer brakes to help reduce sway
    • Don't slam on the towing-vehicle brakes