The Manufacturer guarantees that all new trailers are free from any defects in material and workmanship.
If any defects in any component of the trailer occur, because of defective material or workmanship, the Manufacturer undertakes to repair or replace such components free of charge for a period of 12 months from date of purchase, according to the judgment of the Manufacturer.
Inspection of defects will only be done at the premises. The Manufacturer’s responsibility is limited to this Warranty and it cannot be held responsible for personal injuries or associated duties, damage or losses that arise out of any defects.
This Warranty is not applicable to defects caused by normal wear, misuse or negligence or any changes, modifications and, repairs done without the Manufacturer’s approval.
The Manufacturer’s policy requires that their trailers be upgraded regularly. Changes in product specifications can be made any time without any commitment to change previously manufactured products.
The Manufacturer or its Dealers accept no responsibility for any differences that may occur between specifications of its products and descriptions thereof included in this publication.
In the event of a Warranty claim, proof of purchase invoice and copy of Warranty Acceptance Card and Warranty Agreement have to be provided.
The Warranty covers:
- Replacement or – at the Manufacturer’s discretion – repair of constructional or material defects, providing that the fault came up during normal use of the trailer in accordance with the instructions.
Repairs carried out during the Warranty period will not extend the period.
The Warranty does not cover:
- Expenses on regular servicing and maintenance arising from normal wear and tear or the fact that the trailer has not been in use for long periods.
- Defects that occur if the trailer has been used without following the necessary instructions.
- Defects that occur as the result of use of non-original spare parts or repairs carried out by anyone who is not an authorized Dealer.
- Expenses incurred in hiring a replacement trailer
Proper maintenance and use guard against major repair expenses resulting from misuse, neglect, or inadequate maintenance, and may help increase the value you receive when you sell or trade your trailer. You should therefore:
- Ensure you take your trailer to an authorized Dealer for any warranty repair as soon as possible after a defect is noticed. This will minimize the nature of repair required on your trailer.
- Ensure that your trailer is serviced regularly.
- Ensure that your trailer is serviced by using genuine parts.
- Maintain paint and bodywork by regular cleaning.
- Use the trailer for the purpose it was manufactured
- DO NOT OVERLOAD THE TRAILER
Before each trip:
- Check that the coupler of the trailer is properly hitched, with the safety catch in position. The safety chain must be hooked over the tow bar of the vehicle.
- Lift the jockey wheel and check that the lock nut is tightened.
- Check the tyre pressure ( 1.8 – 2.0 Bar )
- Assure that the wheel nuts are tightened properly.
- Check the wheel bearings for abnormal play.
- Check that the electrical male plug properly inserted and secured.
- Test all the lights.
- Check that the latches on the lid and tailgate (where applicable) are properly closed
- If the trailer is standing outside, wash and polish once a month.
- If the trailer was exposed to sea weather immediately, wash the trailer with soap and water.
- Replace the electrical plug in the plug holder.
- Taper roller bearings must be cleaned and packed with a multipurpose no. 2 grease after every 10 000 km.