Our supporting claim: Not a single agency is willing to compile data or statistics like we are in developing certified data on stolen trailers.  Most people will not report a stolen trailer because they know the trailer they were towing was stolen.

14 States have no registrations for trailers and using our data on the news reports we have developed this analytical summary.


It is factual that:


3,007 counties
As of 2016, there were 3,007 counties, 64 parishes, 19 organized boroughs, 10 census areas, 41 independent cities, and the District of Columbia for a total of 3,142 counties and county-equivalents in the 50 states and District of Columbia.


So we can assume that at least one trailer is stolen in each county weekly but to be safe we will use 1,500 counties in the United States has at least one (1) trailer stolen each and every week which I beg anyone of you to not accept our hypothesis.


Not a single insurance company and not a single government agency wants to challenge me on our assumptions.  I dare anybody to challenge me. 

So here it goes.

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

It will never be found it is gone and resold:


Pop-up camper trailer stolen from outside Arnold Food Pantry

By Leader staff
1 hr ago1 min to read


A 54-year-old Arnold man had an unfortunate start to the new year. His 1999 Palomino pop-up camper trailer was stolen between about 7 p.m. Dec. 31 and 12:40 p.m. Jan. 1 from outside the Arnold Food Pantry, 2024 Key West Drive, Arnold Police reported.

The man said he had permission to park the camper at the Food Pantry. The camper was valued at $1,500, the report said.


As of Jan. 10, the camper had not been recovered and there were no suspects, Lt. Clinton Wooldridge said. He asks anyone with information about the incident to call Arnold Police at 636-296-3204.