If you are planning to enjoy your travel trailer, you’ll want to ensure that it’s level when you park it for the night. These tips will help you to level your travel trailer and ensure that get a great night sleep for the night.
Choose The Right Spot
Try to park your trailer centered within your camping space. If you’re planning on making adjustments, park the trailer where you want it before you begin. Once it’s in place, you can make the proper adjustments to level it. Your trailer will have onsite levels to assist you with this. Check them all to be sure the bubbles are centered within the marked lines.
Place A Level On Your Trailer Hitch
If you don’t have levels built in to your trailer you can use your own level. The trailer hitch is an ideal spot to check. From this angle, you can often make the required adjustments to ensure that your trailer is level. Use your level to adjust front to back and side to side.
Use A Board To Lift a Low Side
Bring along a few boards, of varying depth. These are the ideal way to lift low sides. Place the board underneath the trailer on the low side. This should help balance the trailer.
Watch Your Wheels
Don’t let your trailer roll away. Chock those wheels once you’ve leveled the trailer. Ensure that it’s unhitched and place chocks or large rocks behind each of the wheels. This way, you can rest assured that it will remain in place.
It can be a challenge to level your trailer, however, if you have followed these tips, you’ll find that it’s much easier to level the trailer without any issues. Be patient and focus on the issues at hand one at a time to resolve any issues and you’ll find that it’s much easier than to worry about the entire levelness of the trailer all at one time.