July 25, 2013
InventHelp says one of its inventors has created a product called Hitchem-Up Gooseneck Guide, which is designed to help hook up a truck and trailer.
“Before creating a prototype of the Hitchem-Up Gooseneck Guide, we considered the following questions,” says one of two inventors from Holly Hill, S.C. “How long does it take you to successfully couple your truck and gooseneck trailer? How much time and fuel are being wasted driving forward and backward? How often do you need to get out of the truck to check the alignment over the ball?”
To make the answers to these questions positive instead of negative, InventHelp says they designed a device that facilitates the hitching of trailers in every way.
The adjustable Hitchem-Up Gooseneck Guide makes unassisted coupling of a truck and gooseneck trailer quicker, easier and safer. It prevents trial-and-error associated with aligning and realigning, which saves time and effort. It also reduces the wastage of fuel during the process and can be produced in design variations, InventHelp says.
For more information on the product, call (412) 288-1300 ext. 1368.
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