Before you store away your trailer for the winter you should also inspect and grease any moving parts. Properly inspecting and greasing your trailer’s moving parts will ensure that your trailer stays in top shape for when it's time to tow again.
Many trailer experts also recommend having your trailer raised in order to relieve the tension placed on your trailer’s suspension and tires. This can easily be achieved by placing jack stands underneath your trailer’s frame and raising the trailer enough for the tires to clear the ground.
Lastly, consider investing in a trailer cover or tarp, especially if you plan on storing your trailer outside. This will help prevent corrosion and will limit your trailer's exposure to weathering.
By following these simple steps, you can be assured that your trailer will remain safe and road ready for next season!