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Frequently Asked Questions

Any trailer with full side enclosures and a roof. (Also known as Enclosed Utility Trailer or Cargo Trailer)
Any trailer without supporting side walls and roof. Commonly used to haul larger equipment of varying sizes where there is no need to keep it safe from the elements.
A type of trailer that connects to a receiver/hitch located in the bed of a pick-up truck. Commonly used to haul heavy-duty equipment and items that require a larger weight distribution.
A type of trailer that has the ability to raise and dump out the contents of the trailer. Typically used to handle loose material such as stones, mulch or dirt.
A type of trailer that has a long, open deck extending over the trailer wheels rather than between them.
Another term for an Open Utility Trailer, most commonly used for landscape and lawn professionals and their equipment.
A type of trailer used to haul snowmobiles, typically an enclosed trailer with a V-Nose and Side Ramp.
A type of trailer used to haul motorcycles, typically an enclosed trailer with a low profile, wheel guides and D-rings built-in.
A type of trailer used to haul ATVs and other off-road vehicles, typically an enclosed trailer with a V-Nose and Side Ramp.
Another term for an Open Utility Trailer, most commonly used for hauling tractors and other heavy-duty equipment.
A type of trailer used to haul cars and other vehicles, typically an open or enclosed trailer greater than 8′ wide.
A style of enclosed trailer where the front of the trailer is in the shape of a “V.” This design helps improve the aerodynamics of the trailer and provides extra front storage space. Also commonly referred to as a Wedge Nose.
A style of enclosed trailer where the top roof of the trailer is completely flat, creating square corners between the sidewalls and roof.
A style of enclosed trailer where the top roof is rounded and elevated in the middle to help combat snowfall while also providing increased aerodynamics.

Any type of trailer using only one axle to support the trailer. Commonly used on smaller trailers under 8′ in length.
Any type of trailer using two axles to support the trailer. Commonly used on larger and more heavy-duty trailers that are carrying heavy equipment. Also known as a Dual Axle Trailer.
Gross Vehicle Weight Rating – the maximum weight the trailer itself (including axles) plus the equipment in/on the trailer can be safely towed.
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