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Tandem Tow Trailer

Tandem tow trailers are trailers that hitch to your vehicle and transport items as you travel. You can use them to transport; an extra vehicle, motorcycle, golf cart, recreational vehicles, and construction vehicles. You have already seen them when you have seen an RV towing a car. You can even use these trailers in tandem of each other, making it easier to travel with a small camper and a motorcycle or to transport a mini excavator and backhoe to a construction site.

A standard sized tandem tow trailer will allow for up to 8,000 pounds towing capacity and other sizes feature around the same towing capacity but are wider or longer for extra storage area. Tandem tow trailers are usually made of steel to allow for the large towing capacity and added durability. Unlike other trailers, it’s not likely you will see added fabric to the trailer when it comes to use for construction. Those who use tandem trailers for personal use often add their own fabric to keep their recreational vehicles safe from scratches.

It is important to check state laws regarding tandem towing. If you are using the trailers for construction use, a Class B or Class C Contractor license should permit you to tandem tow. However, if you are using them for personal use, you should check your state laws regarding licensing requirements and limitations on the towing itself. Many states do not allow for more than one trailer behind a vehicle and weights are limited. It’s wise to always check on these issues before purchasing a trailer!