||Here are our suggestions:
- Visually inspect your tires before each trip.
- Check tire pressure before you use your trailer. Keep your tires inflated to the maximum PSI branded on the sidewall.
- When you’re storing your trailer for the off-season, use tire covers to protect them from early wear. Park in a cool, dry place.
- Keep caps on tire air valve stems, to keep debris and moisture out.
- If you notice excessive, uneven trailer tire wear, get a tire professional to assess the problem and determine a solution.
- Don’t assume that replacing tires with a set that has a higher load capacity will fix uneven wear problems. You’ll likely have the same problem with the new set if there’s something wrong with the trailer alignment, suspension or axles.