- Saturday, September 17th, 2011
- By admin
- In Uncategorized
When it comes to trailers, you can generally split them into two categories – enclosed trailers and open ones. And while you may not even care about what you’re buying if you just need to haul some cargo from one place to another every now and then, there are actually quite a few benefits that you can get from going with enclosed trailers, and you shouldn’t ignore those.
First and most importantly, enclosed trailers are great when you’re transporting sensitive cargo – there’s nothing worse than getting hit by heavy rain halfway on your road trip, forcing you to take shelter somewhere just so your cargo doesn’t reach its destination soaked.
In addition, using enclosed trailers is usually a good idea when you’re transporting expensive things that can be easily lifted – you wouldn’t believe how likely it is to find a few boxes missing from your open trailer after taking a bathroom break at the gas station! There’s pretty much no risk of that happening with an enclosed design, though of course you shouldn’t count on a simple canvas cover to hold up against a determined thief; if this is what’s bothering you, you should invest in a high-quality secure trailer.