- All of our new trailers are constructed or provided in accordance with the specifications outlined on the invoices, issued at the time of payment. It is imperative that you verify the accuracy of the build specifications on the invoice before making any deposits or after any agreed-upon changes have been added to your order. If any modifications to the build specifications are not included in the order, they will not be reflected in the invoiced price and may not be rectifiable once the trailer has been fabricated, built, or completed. Trailers will be constructed using the parts, brands, and colors specified in the quote or visible in the yard. However, due to supply chain availability, we may need to source alternative parts, brands, or colors that are of either equal or superior quality as replacements without prior consultation. All of our new trailers are covered by a 12 month structural warranty.
- The images displayed on the roshar trailers website or in any roshar trailers advertisements may not accurately represent the precise specifications of the trailers being promoted.
- Roshar trailers requires a 20% deposit to be paid prior to the commencement of any trailer build and final payment to be made on completion of the build. The original lead time quoted may affect due to delay in the payment of deposit.
- Credit terms are not available with roshar trailers unless they have been agreed upon prior to the processing of the order. It is imperative that customers are aware of this policy and make necessary arrangements accordingly.
- The owner bears the responsibility of ensuring that the towing vehicle can tow the trailer’s gross atm weight, the trailer has a suitable payload capacity for it’s intended use, the towing vehicle is wired to control all lights and electric brakes, the towing vehicle’s tow ball height tows the trailer horizontally flat, two suitably rated shackles can be connected to the towing vehicle, all trailer loads are secured correctly, and all trailer towing laws or regulations are followed.
It is strongly advised that prior to embarking on a lengthy journey or relocation, your trailer undergoes a local “run in” and “road test” to ascertain its roadworthiness.