I recently learned the hard way that I have to strap down my Lazer. <p>I have a 6'x8' trailer with a ramp. I back the Lazer in, then put my 21" honda between the front tires of the Lazer. Gives just a few inches between the honda and the ramp. I'd never strapped the Lazer down before. What made me start to strap it down was that the Lazer would move back on the trailer, pinching the honda against the gate. It ended up bending a drive wheel. I tried to "gently" bend the wheel back and snapped off the attaching bolt. Not much fun when you need to use a machine that's broken after all parts stores are closed. The bolt was a special bolt with long shoulder, plus it was metric. So ended up waiting till the next day. Now I faithfully strap the Lazer down.