Trailer transport and shipping is something we can do, and have done, for over a decade! We can ship it ourselves or connect you with reliable carriers who can. RVs, wheel trailers, camper vans, we’ve worked with and shipped each of these types of vehicles.
Trailer Transport and Shipping
Trailer transport and shipping is more intensive than shipping a vehicle. As such, a much more thorough assessment of the trailer, depending on it’s type and size, is required before shipment. The tires need to be road-ready, if it’s a trailer with items inside- they need to be tied and locked down, and all types of trailer needs to be measured for it’s height, width, length, and weight.
Our company does ship trailers, as we’ve shipped almost everything there is in terms of commercial vehicles, as well as heavy equipment and boats. If we can’t ship it ourselves, we can connect you to reliable carriers who can.
How much does Trailer Transport and Shipping cost?
Since there are many different types and sizes of trailers, and since some trailers would better be towed than put on a flatbed, the price can really fluctuate. However, the prices one gets are reasonable and affordable, because of the high competition in the shipping industry.
The best way to find out how much it’ll cost for trailer transport and shipping is to collect all the information asked for below, and then call us and let us generate a quote for you. Shortly after, we can have you paired up with a carrier who can pick up your vehicle, at a market-competitive price!
What we need from you
The trailer may be towed, or put on a flatbed, depending on it’s size. Below is a handy guide to let you know what you need for each method. In general, you want to make sure that everything in your trailer is secured. You will also need to have the basic dimensions including the length, width, height and approximate weight. Also, make sure to inspect the trailer beforehand to ensure it is safe to ship.
If the trailer is being towed:
- The license plate and tags are up to date.
- The tail lights work.
- The tires are in good condition.
- The status of the trailer in that if it’s running or not running.
- Everything in the trailer locked down.
If it is to be put on a flatbed:
- The length, width and height
- The GVWR (Gross Vehicle Weight Rating)
- The measurements of the tires.
- All dangerous items are removed from the trailer, like propane or ammunition.
- That everything in the trailer is secured.
- The length, width, height and GVWR of the trailer.
- Inspect the condition of the trailer to be sure it can be safely transported.
Get Trailer Transport and Shipping from American Auto Shipping now
If you’ve collected all the information you need and are ready to get the ball rolling, give us a call at 800 930-7417 so we can move it for you- or find a carrier who can. You can trust us to be reliable, have great customer service, and connect you with an experienced company and driver to handle the transportation of your trailer.
All it takes is a minute to fill out our free online quote request form or calling us to get a quote. We have representatives standing by who can answer questions, give advice, and give you a quote to ship your trailer right away. So give us a call or use our online form and see what American Auto Shipping can do for you.