Originally Posted by bill flick
I was told when I went to get my trailer inspected before I had to have a battery with the old trailer without the disconnect .When I bought my new one I was told I had to have my disconnect put out when traveling.
I'm not familiar with your terminology "disconnect put out".
I see that I also used a poor choice of words with "emergency-disconnect". I meant emergency break-away switch (which turns on the brakes if the trailer breaks away from the tow-vehicle).