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Hi, Thank you. When you sell the trailer make sure you provide the buyer with a disclaimer before the sale is completed. Something like the trailer is sold "At the buyer's risk (Caveat Emptor). The seller makes no guarantee, representation or warranty as to the condition, fitness or state of the trailer. The buyer acknowledges that he has been given an opportunity to inspect the trailer prior to completing the purchase and has satisfied himself as to the condition of the same. All sales of the trailer are final and the sale of the trailer is completed on the site of the trailer. Upon completion of the sale the buyer shall not be entitled to return the trailer or seek a refund from the seller. Nothing here excludes the seller's liability for fraud or fraudulent misrepresentation or any death or personal injury arising from negligence."