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PRG Trailers offer a full servicing package, carried out by our trained staff, to ensure that your trailer is in good and safe working condition.

All working and structural parts are checked for wear and damage, adjusted where possible, or replaced with new parts.

Please telephone 01270 812402 or message us below.

UK Workshop & Dealership

Housed in our purpose built, 20,000 sq.ft. fabrication workshop in the heart of the beautiful Cheshire Countryside is just 20 minutes from Oulton Race Park.

Lightwood Green, Crewe, CW3 0EN.

Dealerships

PRG Trailers

01270 812402
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Lightwood Green, Crewe, CW3 0EN.

GHR

01621 856956
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Hook Farm Workshops, Mundon Road, Maldon, Essex, CM9 6PN.

Seat Time Race Solutions

+61 488 217 000
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Keith Marriner, Carrum Downs, Victoria, 3930.

Matthys Quality Equipment BVBA

+32 (0)56 77 31 00
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Oudenaardestraat 108, B-8570, Vichte.

Bespoke Motorsport ApS

+45 (0) 4044 7739
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Nordre Strandvej 148, 8240, Risskov.

Leroni Trailers Ltd

+353 (0) 46 9052101
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Marshestown Farm, Dunshaughlin, Co Meath, Ireland.

Apply now to represent PRG Trailers as our dealership in Germany. For more information please call +44 (0) 1270 812402 or send an email to richard@prgtrailers.co.uk.

Motas.No

+47 (0) 400 52 400
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Bruveien 19B, 3055 Krokstadelva.

Frequently Asked Questions

All road-going vehicles need to be serviced from time to time, and your trailer is no exception. PRG Trailers offer a full servicing package, carried out by our trained staff, to ensure that your trailer is in good and safe working condition.

All working and structural parts are checked for wear and damage, adjusted where possible, or replaced with new parts.

Please telephone 01270 812402 or email info@prgtrailers.co.uk for further information or to book your trailer in for servicing.

When it comes to towing a trailer, safety is paramount. You should check that your tow vehicle is rated to be able to tow the extra weight of your trailer and payload. This information should be in your vehicles handbook, on the vehicle manufacturers website or will be available at the manufacturers local dealer.

When loading your trailer it is very important to achieve a positive nose weight once loaded. A nose weight of between 50-100Kg is considered the norm. If this positive nose weight is not achieved then problems whilst towing are very likely – ‘snaking’ for example is usually a direct result of a trailer loaded incorrectly and the lack of positive nose weight.

The preferred method of restraining a load on a trailer is by the use of load securing straps (ratchet straps). There are many different varieties of these straps with different load ratings, it is always advisable to use straps rated to at least twice the weight of the load being secured. Two securing straps at the front of a vehicle, and two at the rear is the best way to ensure a vehicle is secure.

The trailers winch should NOT be used as a means of securing a load.

PRG Trailers have many types of these securing straps in stock (see accessories page), and we will be happy to advise on the best sort of securing strap for your needs.

All trailers manufactured by PRG have specific tie down points, either as loops welded to the chassis or holes in the trailer bed. These should always be used for strapping down.

All European trailers should be wired in basically the same way. Connection to the tow vehicle is made in one of two ways: Most common is a Black seven pin socket and plug (12N), this is used for all the lighting on a trailer. This may be accompanied by a Grey seven pin plug and socket (12S), which is used for all ancillary devices. E.g. Battery charging, 12 volt power supplies, reversing lights.

You can view the wiring key chart for your trailer using one of the links below.

7 Pin Standard Plug (Black 12N) — VIEW CHART
7 Pin Supplementary Plug (Grey 12S) — VIEW CHART
13 Pin (Europlug) — VIEW CHART

Tyres other than the ones shown in the chart you can view below have been used on certain occasions. Please check the trailer’s identification plate or contact us for further information.

Trailer Tyre Pressure Guidance — VIEW CHART