So how many of us are really pulling a trailer behind our cars, trucks, or suvs? That many? OK, even if you have a trailer, how often are you really pulling that load behind your vehicle? I used to know a family that had 9 children. They had 6 devilish boys and 3 unlucky daughters and all were in constant risk of brotherly and sisterly arguments which usually turned into quick fisticuff brawls. One even ended with two brothers tying up a sister for a day, left alone in the basement until her parents found her. Just imagine their road trips! They eventually hired a nanny (a very brave one) and traveled with the 9 children and nanny in the trailer pulled behind their F250. Avery rare case indeed, most normal families and single vehicle owners have no need for trailer hauling.
The undressed spot where trailer hitches call home are left naked on a daily basis. I'll address the harms that we cause by leaving them uncovered and how to improve them by covering them up right, and I'll also list some extra bonuses that you may be able to receive. With this top five, you may be able to see all five pros happen within one month. It can happen to you if it can happen to me.
1. Hitch covers are designed in all sorts of personalized ways. You can support your favorite sports team with a logo cover and represent one for the gipper.
2. Uncovered, the naked eye can see the inevitable rust that settles on trailer hitches. The hitch cover styles out your shiny prize.
3. In the parking lot, uncovered hitches are dangerous and many exposed shins have been injured by hard to see trailer hitches. Hitch covers are very noticeable and safe shins for the kins.
4. They are one of THE most inexpensive accessories that you can purchase to help personalize your vehicle
5. Hitch covers that fold out as steps add an extra functionality that didn't exist on your vehicle. They greatly help you access the cargo carriers or roof racks on top of your vehicle and can help you get access to that tall bed on your lifted truck.
When you aren't using trailer hitches from makers such as Hidden Hitch, opt for the safe and stylish hitch covers out there.