When you have a tiny house on a trailer you have to prevent the tires from moving after you park it.
You also must properly level it so you don’t end up sleeping on a slant.
These X-Chock Tire Locking Chocks work perfectly for trailers with two axles.
The chocks are adjustable and they lock the trailer tires securely to prevent movement and tilting.
You can even add a padlock to it to prevent your tiny house from being towed away. See what I mean below:
John, thank you so much for pointing this out to me so that I can share it with the community here.
X-Chock Tire Locking Chocks for our Tiny Homes on Trailers?
Video Demonstration/Review: How the X-Chock Works
Securing a Tiny House on a Trailer with Tire Locking Chocks?
I’ve noticed that all tiny homes on wheels are leveled. I haven’t noticed how people have dealt with the possibility of the tires moving.
What are your thoughts on this solution for securing the trailer home once it’s parked? Would you go with a different solution, or something like this? I’d love to read your thoughts in the comments below.
What do you think about this tire locking chock? Would you use it? If not, what would you use instead? Let us know in the comments. Thank you!
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