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Old 05-25-2022, 02:34 PM   #8
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New Hampshire only requires running lights at night, on a trailer.

This will apply if you drive out of state because your trailer will be properly equipped for the state it's registered in. (You might still get stopped and hassled.)

I only referenced these points for informational purposes since my read is that you are too smart to not reduce your risks.

After changing my trailer lights once too often, I got a set of magnetic mount lights (like referenced by Vita Bene). I had to extend the length and beam, but they worked fine.

This is a cheap option and very quick to install. It is especially useful as a temporary fix if you drive long-distances and lose a light on the trip. I carried them with me when I took my camper or trash trailer somewhere.

Lots of reflectors or reflective tape won't hurt either.

Good luck!
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