I am don't know.
That is like going above and beyond the call of duty but good on ya's for saving the load.I was at home for the weekend, got home the night before. Another driver came to my house (farm) to take my trailer loaded with pork and leave me his empty trailer.
I went outside and the red light on the reefer unit was flashing. Reefer alternator had gone out and the battery went dead and it failed to restart.
Box temp was 32, set point was 28. No big deal at that point because 40,000 lbs of pork has a lot of thermal mass.
So I jump started the unit off of the truck and ran it back down to 28. Other driver arrived and we put a meter on it and confirmed the alternator was junk.
This was a Sunday and the closest shop that was open was in near-downtown Chicago. So we swapped the alternators from our two trailers ourselves in my driveway. Before we did the swap, we ran it down to zero degrees to buy us some time.
Swap was successful, the alternator was charging, voltage was over 14 without jumper cables, so he took off for Iowa.
When I left home a few days later I had to take a load of shingles with the donor trailer to get me out to the yard so they can put an alternator in it.
That's the kind of thing that we do to save a load because we're the first line of defense. Cargo claims can be expensive.