How to remove aluminum from aluminum boat trailer

Axios/Getty Images/Chip Somodevilla via Getty ImagesFor years, aluminum has been the biggest challenge to the construction of aluminum boats.

But with the arrival of aluminum-reinforced plastic, boats have become safer, more durable and more versatile.

But now, aluminum is back in the spotlight after a recent accident in Oregon left two people dead.

The accident, which happened in August at the Silverton Canyon RV Park, involved a trailer truck that was being driven on an embankment that had been turned into a highway by the heavy rain that had fallen.

The trailer was traveling on a flat-bed trailer with no tires.

The driver, who was not wearing a seatbelt, failed to stop, hit a rock and crashed the trailer.

The truck’s trailer burst into flames and caught fire, destroying the truck, which was traveling about 10 miles per hour, according to the Oregon State Police.

The crash killed two people, including the driver, and injured two others, according the Portland Fire and Rescue Department.

In the weeks since the accident, people have been posting pictures of themselves using aluminum boats in their yard, with the caption, “This is the best I can do.”

In response, the aluminum industry has responded by building new and safer boats that are easier to operate.

The U.S. Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration says the agency has approved a new safety standard for aluminum boats that requires them to be designed to withstand a high-speed crash.

The new standards, which are still being finalized, require that the aluminum be reinforced with the same type of material as the tires on the boat, and that the trailer’s center section of the trailer be welded to the body of the boat so that the center section can be protected from impacts.

In the meantime, the safety standard allows aluminum boats to operate at high speeds on narrow, low-profile highways without a seat belt.

The industry has been pushing back against the new standards for years.

Aluminum boat trailer manufacturers and the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) have been working on their own designs, which would replace the new requirements.

Aluminum boats have also been on display at showrooms in recent years, but the new standard has taken longer than expected to make it to market.

The safety standards were adopted last month.