Originally Posted by Gavin F
I've just thought that if i'm out on the ocean waves, the car and the trailer are in a carpark wherever this maybe - what's the best for security so they're there when i get back?? I was looking at the SAS Products?
Many insurance companies specify that you must have a wheelclamp and a hitchlock as a minimum to ensure that you are insured. We went for the following from Marinescene.co.uk:-
UP-109145 - Fullstop Centurion Universal Wheel Clamp x 1 - £64.99
109170 - Full Stop Saracen Hitch Lock - £45.99
The advantage with the wheel clamp is that if you decide to fit bearing savers to your trailer in the future, you can expand the size of the wheelclamp to take this into account.
Check your insurance details first and then comply.
Remember that some boatyards charge for parking for the trailer and the car separately. One mate got a parking ticket for the trailer even though they had paid for parking on the car (Bosham shame on you!).