Boating is an expensive pastime. Because most boaters don’t have the luxury of living on the water, they must store their crafts on trailers and drive them to the water at the beginning of the season. But getting a vessel to the sea safely without ruining either boat or vehicle is not as easy as it might seem. Along the way, there are dozens of obstacles and hundreds of small details to attend to.
But fear not! From experienced boater John Tiger Jr. comes Boat Trailering, a comprehensive guide to every aspect of trailering your vessel. Includes sections on:
Common trailering parts and uses
Types of tow vehicles and their respective proficiencies
Classification of hitch types and what they mean
Various breaking systems and their abilities
Backing your trailer up into the water
Comprehensive yet easy to understand, Boat Trailering is a must-have for every boater.
The Complete Guide to Trouble-Free Selection, Use, and Maintenance
By John Tiger
5 June 2018
6.00 x 9.00in.
40 color photos.
About the author
John Tiger knows trailers and how to use them. He has spent more than twenty-five years working for the primary players in the recreational trailer towing industry, primarily for Draw-Tite/Reese/Cequent from 1990 to 2008, then Valley Towing from 2008 to 2011, and finally Bosal USA from 2011 to present. He has written well more than one thousand articles, columns, and stories for both consumer and trade publications. Tiger lives in Virginia Beach, Virginia.