So if some states require crossed chains by law, how can trailers be sold that do not meet the requirement? My last 3 trailers had the chains attach at the same point, so there was no way to cross them.
I'm going to give a little different advise. Relax it is not hard to do. Even for a first time owner, if you are the least bit handy it all makes sense. As everyone has said make sure everything works!
I'm pretty sure my owners manual said not to wax over decals. That being said I used mcquires wax in the trailer and not the decals and it came out fine. Maybe you could try a clay bar and detailing spray on those spots
It also does not have to match any plate number. It just has to match vehicle type. I called them to find out and then loaned it to my daughter who used it in her car from MA. to Myrtle Beach and back, no problems at all.
Just a question and sort of playing devils advocate here. So because you don't like to hear music I can't listen to it and have to put up with your silence? Why can't we take turns? I do use my speakers but I keep the volume down.
Carry them top down or get cockpit covers and it does not matter.
You can get a cargo rack that mounts to the bed of your truck and pair it up with a roof mount.
But with that short of a yak you should be able to just use a Thule/Yakima cargo rack and your choice of yak supports.
Just drove through there yesterday and it is 5 tons not thousand. Which now makes sense. This is in Maryland and every vehicle over that must stop whether private or commercial. I emailed Maryland DOT and that was the reply.
Why are you guys paying so much? Once my free subscription ran out I called them to pay for it and I talked them down to $25 for six months. Been paying that for years, I just have to remember to call them before the six months are up or they will bill me full price.