- Our Mission -
To improve the safety of the nation’s roadways by raising trailer safety awareness through education of end users, dealers, and manufacturers on safe trailering practices.
What is Trailer Safety Week?
Trailer Safety Week is an annual event that features two distinct parts: onsite facility events hosted at registered trailer manufacturers and a nation-wide marketing of printed and online resources to trailer dealers across the nation. For onsite events, trailer dealers are invited to attend, tour the facilities and learn about the educational resources that are available to distribute to customers.
When does Trailer Safety Week happen?
Although trailer safety is important to focus on 365 days a year, Trailer Safety Week will officially take place June 3-9, 2018.
Where do Trailer Safety Week events occur?
Trailer Safety Week events occur at trailer manufacturing facilities across North America. Events can be found here.
Why is there a Trailer Safety Week?
End-users are vastly undereducated on the proper use of trailers, and it is crucial to utilize the connections that dealers and manufacturers have with consumers in order to raise awareness of proper towing techniques and maintenance.
With millions of trailers traversing the nation’s roadways every day and being used by businesses, local governments and individuals for recreational purposes it is crucial to ensure that trailers are being towed safely for the sake of everyone on the roads.
Who should attend Trailer Safety Week events?
Trailer Safety Week events are meant for anyone who is curious about learning more about the importance of trailer safety. Audiences include trailer dealers, manufacturers, fleet managers and end-users.
How does one get more information about Trailer Safety Week?
☏ 785.727.4433 | ✉ TrailerSafetyWeek@natm.com