Save you the time here is his post
Hi, I just went through a similar situation trying to ship a SMB. Uship was a disaster since four different contractors agreed to the transport, accepted my deposit and then never showed up. Next, forum member Dig255 agreed to tow it for me but on the first day the trailer jackknifed and the van fell off the trailer. That was after he spent hundreds of my dollars on tie downs, and a bunch of unnecessary other supplies. When I asked him if the brakes on the trailer were working, he said he had no idea. All in all, in just one day he cost me a couple thousand dollars in expenses and damages. When I asked him to return the tie downs and other supplies, he got pretty nasty. I ended up with an independent hauler I found on Craigslist. I wish I had better recomendations for you, but Im sorry I don’t.
Had nothing to do with brakes it was sway it speed that caused the trouble! Van did not fall off trailer it shifted a few feet to one side.
2012 EB 4X4