Boat trailer made of pallets gets driver a whopping fine

“Abbotsford Gang Task Force Const. Harv Mangat snapped several photos of the offending load, which netted the driver a whopping $2,071 in tickets.

According to Mangat, the boat was balanced on pallets and had straps held together with duct tape.

The trailer itself had no brakes and a homemade third axle.

“How not to tow your boat this summer,” Mangat tweeted.

“Pallets are not a good way to balance a boat on a trailer held together with duct tape,” he added.”

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If this gentlemen only did the smart thing and bring his boat trailer in for repair, he could have saved himself embarrassment and money. Not only was this act reckless, but could have potentially injured or killed someone. If you need your boat trailer repair, call the professionals at Robbinsdale Marine. We can be reached at 763-533-0300 or visit our website for more information.

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