From Jockey wheels to the stove to the pots and pans, there are so many trailer accessories and equipment that you need to keep track of that it can sometimes be a struggle checking them all! So, only taking equipment that will be beneficial to your trip is important, especially if you are just considering a teardrop/travel trailer for the first time.
What is really essential? What will ultimately bring you happiness, peace of mind, and the flexibility you truly seek? And, most importantly, what accessories do you legally need to have? While the trailer will obviously come with brake lights, have you checked they’re compatible with your car? Are there other lights you need to add? If so, take a look at Truck Electrics for the right trailer lights. Do you need to make sure you have a fire extinguisher in your teardrop? Have you got a hitch on the back of your car? The list goes on.
At DROPLET, we believe in the power of versatility, without requiring a thousand extra accessories. That’s why our DROPLET already comes pre-equipped with basic comfort accessories such as LED touch lights inside and outside (kitchen area), a furnished kitchen area, lateral window vents, and a super large roof vent to keep a healthy airflow inside. For those desiring a bit more comfort and independence, here are our top 5 travel trailer accessories recommendations. Because traveling should remain more important than gear, after all.