I am a local homeowner in Athens, Alabama that recently had to rewire the lights on my utility trailer. After working with them myself for a couple hours without success. I decided to seek out help from someone in the trailer business. I found Mid South Trailers on the Yellow Page web site. I called and asked the owner if they could help me with the lights on my trailer and he said for me to see Larry at the retail store. I drove over to the store and met with Larry. He said he could help me and spent about 45 minutes testing my truck and trailer. He got everything working and told me that my Lincoln Truck had a conection problem and recommended that I purchase an adapter at an auto parts dealer to get everything working properly. I did as Larry recommended and everything is working properly. My only recommendation is that you better ask for an estimate up front before they do any work. Larry charged me $85.00 for 45 minutes work, calling it an hour. $85 per hour works out to $176,800 per year. A bit steep of an hourly rate for a guy fixing trailers, don't you think?
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