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

We have more evidence House Speaker Nancy Peloci on people who are killed, homes destroyed and lives ruined by people who drag their safety chains than you have House Speaker Nancy Peloci and the entire Democratic Party has on Russian Collusion and Ukraine Collusion.

Yet they embrace a "Whistleblower" who has leaked conversations that are granted by the power of the President than I have in photographic evidence and a report I bought for $2,000 of my own funds to support our claims.

We have questions:

1) What police powers Nationwide do they have to pull over a person who is towing with dragging safety chains?

2) What is the average fine?  We have been proposing a fine of $5,000 that will change people's behavior and even jail time

3) What power does our law enforcement have to pull a non-comercial trailer out of service until the chains are fixed?

4) What national data base is keeping track other than us?

5) Why does our government seek to destroy us....the Whisleblower that wants to prevent wildfires?

Note: No standards for all trailers in the United States NON-COMMERCIAL under 3,000 GVWR anything goes.

Towing equipment specialist, Bartlett, provides options for greater safety, compliance, performance and versatility that are reported to save single-truck operations and entire fleets time and money.

Recent Chain of Responsibility (CoR) law changes means that incident investigators will focus on all measures that could have reasonably been taken to avoid a trailer separation. The scope will cover the entire supply chain: suppliers, fitters, engineering signatories, fleet managers and end users.

A runaway trailer of any type or size has the potential to cause death, severe injuries or catastrophic property damage. The simplest option available for local government fleet operators to ensure a controlled stop during trailer separation is to specify and fit a compliant safety chain system (ADR62/02).

“Fleet owners and heavy vehicle operators need to operate on the principle that no trailer coupling is infallible, no matter how good their operating and maintenance regimes,” said Bartlett Equipment Managing Director, Allan Bartlett.

“Hidden mechanical defects, bad installation, operational or maintenance errors all have the potential to cause failure,” he said. “A properly tested and rated safety chain system designed to act as the emergency backup to a trailer separation is a critical part of any truck and trailer combination.”

The patented Bartlett Bare Knuckle (BK) Safety Chain System range has been specifically designed to meet the growing needs of the heavy vehicle industry. It is the newest safety innovation in the Bartlett range and replaces the popular SC series that Bartlett has manufactured and sold over the past two decades. Like the SC series, the ADR62/02 compliant BK Safety Chain System is designed to meet a vast range of truck and trailer combinations.

Australia has a unique operating environment and leads the world with innovative, high productivity heavy vehicle truck and trailer combinations. The Bartlett BK Safety Chain System design aims to keep pace, focusing on meeting the highest safety standards through superior strength while maintaining minimal component mass and footprint. A further benefit is that the range of BK Safety Chain System attachments can be readily fitted / retrofitted to vehicles by a suitably qualified welder.

“Bartlett has been looking after Australian heavy industry customers needs for many decades, delivering fully accredited, reputable and personalised service,” said Allan Bartlett.

“Our BK Safety Chain System is part of a larger range of integrated towing solutions that are supplied with detailed product information and service support.

“It is also worth mentioning that we work with a vast number of fitters, truck dealers and body builders all across Australia to ensure the end user’s towing needs are professionally met as part of the overall vehicle purchase and modification. So no matter where your haulage business is located, we’re sure we can help.”

Trailer chains caused fire near Millville, Cal Fire saysDavid Benda and Damon Arthur, Redding Record Searchlight Published 9:03 a.m. PT Sept. 24, 2019 | Updated 5:10 p.m. PT Sept. 24, 2019

Cal Fire says the Cow Fire near Millville was caused by sparks coming from a chain being dragged along the road. (Photo: California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection)

A wind-whipped vegetation fire that broke out Tuesday morning charred 15.8 acres before crews were able to contain it.

The Cow Fire, at Whitmore and Cow Creek Ranch roads in Millville was 100 percent contained by 3 p.m., according to the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection.

The fire was sparked about 8:45 a.m. The fire was caused by sparks from a vehicle towing and improperly secured trailer with chains.

Firefighters also battled another fire east of Kilarc Reservoir near Whitmore.

That fire was less than an acre, Cal Fire spokeswoman Cheryl Buliavac.

Update, 9:25 a.m.

Crews are making progress on the small vegetation fire, according to emergency scanner reports.

Officials also have called off some of the air support that was launched to fight the fire and other equipment, including a bulldozer.

Original story

Crews are battling a small vegetation fire on Highway 44 at South Cow Creek Road east of Millville this morning.

The fire is 3 to 4 acres in size and is being pushed by winds blowing 20 to 30 miles per hour, firefighters told emergency dispatchers.

The fire was dispatched around 8:45 a.m.

Aircraft to fight the fire has been launched.

Check back for updates.

According to the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection, about 95 percent of California wildfires are human-caused. California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection, Redding Record SearchlightDavid Benda covers business, development and anything else that comes up for the USA TODAY Network in Redding. He also writes the weekly "Buzz on the Street" column. He’s part of a team of dedicated reporters that investigate wrongdoing, cover breaking news and tell other stories about your community. Reach him on Twitter @DavidBenda_RS or by phone at 1-530-225-8219. To support and sustain this work, please subscribe today.

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We Ask He May Add An EXPOXY or an easy way to indicate wear that will not only show that the chains were dragged but no sparks were caused so the RESPONSIBLE owner who cares about life and property can then change them easily.