Hello, my name is Marc. I wanted to make a video today to introduce you to a product that I recently found in my foray into boating. As you can see, I have a brand new 22 foot Bow Rider on a new trailer with a breakaway tongue. And I also have my LandRover that I use to trailer the boat off to the boat ramp. You know how they say that necessity is the mother of invention, well my necessity is moving my boat and trailer in and out of the garage, and to put it on top of the hitch ball. I’ve seen lots of trouble with just the act of getting it on the hitch ball and I’ve seen lots of people struggle with pushing boats with their bodies. Well I’m old, I got a bad back, bad knee, I’m not pushing four thousand pounds of boat and trailer, so I went looking on the internet and found a really cool product called the Trailer Valet. And the Trailer Valet, which is over there helps me maneuver my boat, remember it’s twenty two feet long, I have to park it diagonally in my garage- it takes up almost the entire garage, I can’t put cars in there anymore. But because I have to park it diagonally, I can’t use my Land Rover to get it all the way into the garage so I get it most of the way and I employ the use of this new product. It’s called the Trailer Valet, it’s got a tiller to crank, and a jack and two big black rubber wheels driven by the crank and the chain. It’s a lot easier for me to crank the boat in and out of the garage than it would be for me to ever push it in and out so now I’d like to show you how all that works.
“I’m Angela Madsen, I’m a Paralympic athlete, I row across oceans, I own boats and trailers. I have obstructions, obviously the chair isn’t my biggest challenge, getting the boat in my driveway.. it’s the amount of space that I have. I have cars parked there usually that are blocking my way, I have this retaining wall here, I have a hill, I live on a busy street; yesterday when I brought the boat back I parked right there, unhitched it really quick and used the Trailer Valet to get it up the driveway by myself. The first obstacle is actually geographical and my size, and second, second thing that makes it pretty hard is the wheelchair, so Trailer Valet is an awesome product and I really like it, and I can do this by myself now. Victory is mine! Trailer Valet,
As one grows older they must also grow smarter. After struggling to position my boat in storage, and doing so without damaging the boat, I told my wife there has to be a better and easier way. I came home and started searching through the internet for a better way to move boat trailer, and found Trailer Valet. My problem was solved.
Leslie Wine Jones
“Yes it really worked getting the boat into the garage. Each time I think will easier as we learn to navigate ! Well worth our investment”
Joey N’s Story
“The new Trailer Valet jack allows me to lift and lower the trailer with easy. Your product is well made and performs better than expected. I’m glad I didn’t purchase the Tow Turf that cost less and had terrible reviews. Not only is your product solid, but your Customer Service was excellent.”
Greg Gebhardt’s Story
“Works perfectly. I am a 100% disabled vet and this lets me move my HiLo camper anywhere I need to by myself. Your product is great and so is your service.”
Larry B Skidmore’s Story
“The Trailer Valet Tongue Jack works as advertised and makes moving the boat much easier. I really appreciated this because I have a bad back and this equipment makes it so much easier and saves a lot of pain.”
Maynard Waters’ Story
“The Trailer Valet does exactly what I needed it to do. My driveway is steep and with limited space to turn the Casita around and park. But with the Valet, even with my bad back and other health issues, I was able to navigate the Casita into the parking position, ready to hook up and go. Thanks for a great product!”
Larry Campbell Story
“This thing works. I am 71 years old with a bad back and was concerned if I would be able to crank it without a great deal of effort. No problem. Moves my boat easily up a small incline. The low gear requires very little effort.”