Go ahead State Farm and try and dispute our claim.  I ask that the Federal Government subpoena all of your accidents reports that involve:

Homemade Trailers

Boat Trailers

Utility Trailers

Horse Trailers

That is part of the accident reports and tell the world how much property and loss of lives have been caused by State Farm Insurance.

Then we will expose the fact that your company does NOTHING to advise on how to tow. 

What education has your company provided? 

Your company is the company along with Virginia Farm Bureau Insurance company that lobbied in the sub-commitie that tried to destroy our reflector tape law.


Take away from this report:

The 1 7/8 Ball tow needs to be banned and taken off the road.

The Two Inch hitch will fit over the 1 7/8 ball but 1/8 of an inch has shown time and time again to be the leading cause of Trailer separations along with improper use and or no safety chains in the United States Of America.


Not a single insurance company in the United States wants to ban "homemade" trailers yet their policy holders pay nothing extra to tow a trailer with  no product liability and is built to no National Safety Standard.


We will highlight the most recent accident and also include other State Farm Insurance customers who kill, maim and destroy lives and property.


We also still have 5 States with no safety chain law and you can tow a trailer with duct tape and not get pulled over but if you don't wear a seat belt they can and that does make no sense. 



The facts that made a vehicle flip 5 times and injure 4 and yet the media will not do any follow up and tell us if they made it.  In fact nobody is talking why?



ON CO HWY A HAULING A TRAILER WITH A LAWN MOWER ON THE TRAILER. UNIT ONE WAS TRAVELING W/B ON CO HWY A. THE TRAILER CAME UNATTACHED FROM UNIT TWO AND CROSSED THE CENTER LINE. UNIT ONE STRUCK THE TRAILER HEAD ON THEN ROLLED APPROXIMATELY THREE TIMES. UNIT ONE CAME TO A RESTING UPRIGHT POSITION. THE TRAILER LANDED IN THE DITCH ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF COUNTY ROAD A. THE LAWN MOWER CAME OFF THE TRAILER AND CAME TO A STOP ON THE E/B LANE OF THE ROAD. UNIT TWO HAD A 1 7/8 INCH BALL HITCH AND THE TRAILER NEEDED A 2 INCH BALL HITCH. UNIT TWO DID NOT HAVE THE SAFETY CHAINS ATTACHED CORRECTLY AND THE LAWN MOWER WAS NOT SECURED TO THE TRAILER.

We are also asking for photo's so we can show the world and our government what's wrong

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

This issue is so vital that we post the last page of the VCU Crash Team report dated 2006!  Note every insurance company and even my own government keeps ignoring our data and facts.

Over 700 will die in 2019

Over 35,000 will be injured in 2019 all caused by a "passenger vehicle towing a trailer" 

Hayrides and Parades Floats Included

RV's Included because the Government classify's them as a passenger vehicle that is why anybody can drive one with a car license and not a CDL or a New Segment that we are asking for a RV CDL Type Of License


In summary,

this crash was caused when a homemade trailer detached from the pick up that towed it. It struck a Cadillac traveling in the opposing lanes of traffic, fatallyinjuring the driver.


Trailers are a special class of vehicle and all are subject to some requirements regarding lights and chains. While the Code exempts some smaller trailers, those designed to carry over 3000 pounds are required to have brakes and to be inspected beyond the initial visual confirmation of a VIN plate.


However, Virginia State Code is silent as to any design or construction specifications for these vehicles or for towing chains and hitches. The purpose of this technical alert is to draw attention to the potential dangers of unsafe trailers on roadways in the Commonwealth.


In many cases, towed trailers may be in obvious violation of safety codes that relate to lighting, braking and inspection requirements.


Wherever possible, law enforcement officers should be trained in ways to quickly and easily identify such vehicles. In other cases, a trailer may meet all legal requirements but still be hazardous when used in transportation. The Team recommends that the Department of Motor Vehicles, the Department of State Police and/or members of the Virginia General Assembly review the current administrative Code and consider ways to improve safety with regard to trailers operated on Virginia

roads