Millions of Americans own a trailer of one type or another. When you look at our highways it is surprising how many different types and designs of trailer you will see. Hundreds of different configurations of trailer are available to meet the different needs of Americans on the move. Additionally, many businesses such as landscapers, plumbers and contractors need enclosed trailers to transport their tools, equipment or products in an enclosed, safe, protected environment.
Just about anybody with a special interest or hobby involving transporting large, heavy and valuable objects, or individuals who must transport cargo or large animals may own a trailer. For some people a trailer is simply a means to move objects they need to transport. For other people, their trailer is integral to their chosen lifestyle or hobby. Today, more and more people are enjoying active outdoor lifestyles that involve “toys” that must be transported to a location where they can be used. As a result, many trailers are specially designed for the owner’s lifestyle needs such as hauling racecars, motorcycles, snowmobiles, ATVs and horses.
More and more people are adding living quarters to their specialty trailer, combining the advantages of a recreation vehicle with the hauling capabilities of a cargo trailer
Trailers are an ideal way to transport valued possessions without investing in a second powered vehicle such as a large cargo van or truck. A trailer can often be towed using an existing tow vehicle.