Enclosed trailers are non-powered vehicles that are towed by a powered vehicle such as a car or truck. These trailers are covered, utility trailers that protect the inside contents from the elements and theft. Enclosed trailers are flatbed trailers with walls and a roof with access points at the rear of the trailer as well as on the sides of the trailer. These trailers must have brake lights and license plates. The trailer is connected through a hitch, allowing the trailer to move freely from the vehicle. Enclosed trailers can be used for a variety of jobs such as towing materials or moving equipment. Review the dimensions of the trailer to make sure you find the perfect fit!
When using an enclosed trailer, make sure you're aware of the weights and towing capacity of your vehicle and trailer. Check your owner's manual to learn the specific dimensions of what your tow vehicle can haul. Different manufacturers have various classifications for their hitches. Research the brand you've chosen to select. Unless you select a trailer with a pin style coupling, selecting the right ball size is imperative to hauling your enclosed trailer. Check the specific dimensions of your ball to connect your trailer. When connecting your trailer, review that your trailer is level and the load is balance across the trailer. This will help when driving on the road. Double check the brake lights on your trailer before starting out.
When heading out on the road, follow these safety tips. First, don't forget the weight of the trailer and the contents inside into consideration. Leave enough distance in between you and the vehicle in front of you. With the added weight from the trailer, braking distance will be longer. Take wide turns when hauling your trailer to avoid running over curbs. Do not brake if your trailer begins to sway but simply take your foot off the pedal to reduce speed.
New and used enclosed trailers for sale on Equipment Trader are produced by manufacturers such as Atlas, Bravo, Cargo Express, Freedom, Stealth Enterprises, TNT, United, and US Cargo. These trailers come in a range of prices and models, so we know you're sure to find the right trailer for your job!