If This News Station Removes Our Comments.....then we will have additional documentation that our claims are right.  The Government is sinister to attempt to destroy our data and life saving mission.



This is stunning.....please go to this page...and express your opinion....this is why nothing is done....the Media and the police simply do not tell the truth...all because of the lobbiest on the Utility trailer industry that continues to destroy our cause and facts...one day ......when people fund us....we can have the funding to push back and expose the truth. ...the truth is they have more money than we do to put them on notice.
Karma will one day help us..
http://www.ktvq.com/story/32802146/fatal-trailer-detachment-accidents-raise-concern-for-trailer-safety
Fatal trailer detachment accidents raise concern for trailer safety
Accidents involving detached trailers can be deadly. (MTN News) Accidents involving detached trailers can be deadly. (MTN News)
BOZEMAN -
After last week’s fatal car accident involving a detached trailer, correctly installing a trailer is crucial.
“I don't think they pose a threat as long as they're properly equipped and all of that equipment is working correctly,” said Montana Highway Patrol Sergeant Patrick McCarthy.
Accidents involving detached trailers can be deadly. Try and avoid any freely moving trailers as they can move quickly and erratically.
Create the maximum distance between you and that loose trailer,” McCarthy said.
With a large amount of trailers on the road due to the summer season and construction in the area, it is important to attach them safely.
“The first thing to do is get the trailer on the ball, tighten the ball clamp down, just make sure that it's secure, out of everything that you do with a trailer, that's the most important part is making sure that the ball does not come detached from the truck," explained Bozeman U-Haul General Manager Jesse Dingman.
"Next is the safety chains and the lights. I like to do the lights first. If you have problems with the lighting you can always take the trailer off, you’re not doing all that work again with taking the chains off. Plug it in, turn your headlights and flashers on, walk the vehicle and check all the lights. You should always cross the safety chains to the opposite side of the hitch. So, the left chain goes to the right side. Make sure all the chains are attached and secured. Try to keep the chains 4 to 6 inches off the ground. That avoids the chains dragging on the ground. That's about the size of it."
One thing drivers need to be sure that they're doing when they're towing is to check the tire pressure every time they stop.
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Wrong....time and time again.....the police and the Government keeps on not telling the truth. The fact is ...all of this equipment is built to a "Voluntary Standard" No National safety standard is on this. Every Company who makes trailers including the Homemade trailers are building them to a National Standard. The Lies That These people keep telling the public is stunning. here is the letter read it ...Would you buy a baby seat using a "Voluntary Standard Baby Seat For Your Own Child".....We have recorded over 800 Hitch failures.....we have insurance companies that hides evidence...to prevent the truth from coming out then we have this officer continue the lies.....why? Who are they protecting....? Since 1975 over 20,000 dead and no action from Washington? 6 States have no safety chain law! Wake up
We will expose the truth at dangeroustrailers.org and now we have this police officer on Record...By the way since 1975 over 28 Cops dead, 2 Fireman dead and 1 FBI agent all dead by loose flying trailers.....and he did not know did he.
http://www.old.dangeroustrailers.org/uploads/Letter_Dated_Aug_2002_From_Normon_Minetta_to_Congressma_Baker.pdf

Read this letter from the Louisiana State Patrol.....did he know that his own police force calls out the facts?


This officer is covering up the truth...even U Haul hides evidence...they lie to lawyers....they lie to the courts...and they lie to the American people.
http://www.old.dangeroustrailers.org/.../Decleration_of...
U Haul Hides Evidence to keep the Government off their backs....we have it right here and it was not on Hiliary's Clinton E Mail server.
http://www.old.dangeroustrailers.org/U_Haul_Hides...
Read page 8 of this lawsuit...
Another insurance company that hides evidence....
http://www.old.dangeroustrailers.org/Stunning_Lawsuit...
What does this look like to you...this killed 2 children....does this look like a mistake or a defective hitch...http://www.old.dangeroustrailers.org/Defective_Trailer...
Did this cop know that even a cop car was hit by a loose trailer we have it on video...
https://youtu.be/obSM4omJrCI
Did this cop know that a Airplane at an airport was hit by a loose trailer?
https://youtu.be/1fGH68srZSM
Time and time again...TV stations do not contact us....and simply mislead the general public about the truth..
Did he know that in the past 7 months over 10 School buses have been hit by loose trailers?
https://youtu.be/oaxffFQk4xI
Silkwood...the movie comes to mind....and we will one day expose the truth. With our without the meadia.


Posted: Aug 19, 2016 11:03 PM EST Updated: Aug 19, 2016 11:09 PM EST



BOZEMAN -

After last week’s fatal car accident involving a detached trailer, correctly installing a trailer is crucial.

“I don't think they pose a threat as long as they're properly equipped and all of that equipment is working correctly,” said Montana Highway Patrol Sergeant Patrick McCarthy.

Accidents involving detached trailers can be deadly. Try and avoid any freely moving trailers as they can move quickly and erratically.

Create the maximum distance between you and that loose trailer,” McCarthy said.

With a large amount of trailers on the road due to the summer season and construction in the area, it is important to attach them safely.

“The first thing to do is get the trailer on the ball, tighten the ball clamp down, just make sure that it's secure, out of everything that you do with a trailer, that's the most important part is making sure that the ball does not come detached from the truck," explained Bozeman U-Haul General Manager Jesse Dingman.

"Next is the safety chains and the lights. I like to do the lights first. If you have problems with the lighting you can always take the trailer off, you’re not doing all that work again with taking the chains off. Plug it in, turn your headlights and flashers on, walk the vehicle and check all the lights. You should always cross the safety chains to the opposite side of the hitch. So, the left chain goes to the right side. Make sure all the chains are attached and secured. Try to keep the chains 4 to 6 inches off the ground. That avoids the chains dragging on the ground. That's about the size of it."

One thing drivers need to be sure that they're doing when they're towing is to check the tire pressure every time they stop.

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Librarian at Big Sky High School killed in Bozeman crash


 In 1971 J. Standard Baker Quoted " Drivers Towing Trailers  Are Four (4) Times As Unsafe As Those In Cars Alone! 

The amount of mis-information  by our police, government and news media is simply stunning...as you read this report by a news station that never contacted us after we contacted them over and over again is totally a frabricated mis-truth.  The Report