The Couplemate Trailer Guide (Marriage Saver) makes hitching up your caravan / boat or camper easier than ever! It takes just SECONDS and prevents those awkward ‘oh damn’ moments!
Dimensions 30 x 10 x 10 cm
NOTE: Fits all highway electric and non electric couplings. Does not fit any off-road coupling.
Lock you coupling when travelling to help prevent accidental uncoupling.
Travelling over rough ground has been know to cause your trailer coupling to become dislodged from the tow ball.
The Couplemate trailer guide when used vertically helps stop decoupling.
The Couplemate Marriage Saver is an innovative self-aligning trailer accessory designed to locate your trailer coupling directly over the tow ball without assistance, physical effort or guiding. Just wind down the jocket wheel.
Couplemate Trailer Guide provides a way to prevent damage to your vehicle during hitchups. No more heavy lifting during hitchups. .
A few features of the Couplemate Marriage Saver® / Couplemate Trailer Guide® are:
Can be fitted in minutes.
Removable wing when not in use.
Avoids damage to the back of your vehicle.
Saves time and effort on every hook-up.
Avoids arguments with your co-driver.
Self aligns your trailer directly over your tow ball.
Suits most tow bars.
TIP 1: To insure correct height during hookup count the number of links on the ground from your safety chain when unhitching trailer. When camping or during long stays it is likely the trailer or camper wheels will sink slightly and/or children may adjust the setting of your jack stand/jockey wheel. When hitching up, count the links on the ground again and adjust height to original position.
TIP 2: During hitchup back your vehicle approximately 3′ from the coupling head. Exit the vehicle and inspect that the wing is in close proximity to engage the trailer coupling head. Reverse until you feel Couplemate center the trailer, then reverse and look in the mirror to see the trailer move approximate 1′. This procedure ensures your trailer is out of the wheel ruts and will easily move backwards or forwards when you wind down the jack wheel. This procedure helps eliminate the tongue of the trailer coupling from becoming struck on top of the tow ball and ensures a correct hookup.