Covering both trailer light installation and repair, the new online DIY guide has been prepared by the company’s leading technician, Robby Billings. With over 20 years of experience in all things auto and trailer, Billings is proud to be sharing his industry knowledge and insider tips with trailer owners in Ocala and across Central Florida.
More details can be found at https://rbhitchofocala.com/trailer-lights-installations-and-repair
Now that the summer vacation period has arrived, R&B Hitch of Ocala believes it is critical that trailer owners are abreast of the latest rules and regulations regarding towing and tail lights in Florida. The law now stipulates that all trailers, regardless of their size, must have tail lights, stop lights, turn signals and reflectors. Moreover, if the trailer is wider than 80 inches and/or longer than 30 feet, additional reflectors and lights also need to be added.
Given that a ticket for a tail light violation can lead to a fine of more than $238 and four points against the driver’s license, the mobile service believes it is essential to ensure that one’s trailer lights are up to code before heading off on holiday.
As such, R&B Hitch of Ocala’s DIY guide features detailed step-by-step instructions for both first-time light installations as well as for repairing and replacing old, damaged or broken lights.
With clear, concise instructions, helpful diagrams and instructional photographs, the guide has been composed in such a way that even auto repair novices will be able to follow it. The guide covers all key aspects of the process, including testing and tapping into the wires.
That being said, R&B Hitch of Ocala knows that many owners would rather leave the electrical work to the experts.
Their expert trailer light installation and repair services are available to clients within Ocala and in a 100-square-mile radius around the city. They make themselves available to clients for roadside emergencies, offering mobile trailer hitching, welding and lighting services.
A spokesperson for the company said, “Trailer wiring can be very, very frustrating. If you’ve ever found yourself in a Walmart parking lot, in the dark, in the rain, trying to fix your trailer wiring with flashlights, you know how much fun it can be… If you want to avoid all that, call us anytime.”
More information is available at https://rbhitchofocala.com/trailer-lights-installations-and-repair
R&B HITCH OF OCALA
10670 Northeast 227th Place Road
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