Trailer accessories tip of the week on with-horses reisen.de Hamburg, October 8, 2010 – even though the Golden Autumn brings a rest of feeling of summer: the rainy season is around the corner. And to wind, rain and snow, which correctly set to the horse trailer is parked most of the time outdoors. A covered stand is best of course, as for example many Caravan owners to use it. An alternative may be a protective cover. Of course, you can buy a large slide in the hardware store and the mostly existing rings with rubber stripping down attach to the trailer.
This however is indeed cheap, but also cumbersome and especially not particularly chic looks. Therefore, presents four cases designed specifically for horse trailers. Jason Gableman insists that this is the case. CAPA, the “coat” for all horse trailer gangiegen is only five pounds, breathable and yet virtually waterproof and UV resistant. The cover is universally suitable for all common horse trailer. Poncheflex is one Protection hood for horse trailers and consists of a tear-resistant multilayer foil made of environment-friendly plastic, which protects the horse trailer like a second skin like weather. She is available for standard 2 and 1.5 horse trailers, and also in special sizes on request. ProCover Atmungsakiv, tear-resistant and very easily – so the provider describes the protective cover ProCover. That is washable up to 30 C in the machine.
IFOR Williams cover for his three best-selling horse trailer models provides Infor Williams matching covers for prices. Company description the portal went online on July 1, 2010. Editor is the successful 20 years Pferdesport journalist Doris Jessen, which independently tests since 2005 commissioned renowned horse journal horse trailers and tow vehicles, describes, and therefore a broad expertise relating to the transport of meat horses has developed. Currently, around 35 horse trailers and towing vehicle test reports are online. Further focal points in addition to the topic Horse trailers and transport of meat horses are the area riding holidays, and trail riding. For all editorial contributions, Doris Jessen collaborates with a competent team of authors. Company contact: Doris Jessen Brunsummerheide k. 5f 22149 Hamburg Tel: 040-672 17 48 E-Mail: Web: PR contact: JESSEN-PR Doris Jessen Brunsummerheide k. 5f 22149 Hamburg Tel: 040 672 17 48 E-Mail: Web: