Trailers for Sale
Having the right trailer makes life so much easier, whether you need a trailer for work or for leisure. But what type fits your needs? At Trailer Superstore, we have a huge selection of trailers for sale, one that gives you options and lets you identify the perfect solution.
We offer a wide range of different types of trailers for sale, and you’ll find new, used and customized options available as well. We also want to ensure our customers always get the quality they want and expect from an investment in a trailer, which is why we offer products made by the best trailer manufacturers in the world.
When you value selection and when you want only the best equipment, choose to buy trailers online from Trailer Superstore, where you’ll find only the best options to meet your requirements.
Types of Trailers
Enclosed Trailers (689)
Open Car Trailers for Sale (59)
Enclosed Car Trailers for Sale (232)
Landscape Trailers for Sale (180)
Dump Trailers (129)
Equipment Trailers (250)
Motorcycle Trailers for Sale (44)
ATV Trailers (64)
Race Car Trailers (63)
Snowmobile Trailers for Sale (18)
Contractor Trailers (43)
Utility Trailers for Sale (178)
Gooseneck Trailers for Sale (45)
5th Wheel Trailers for Sale (2)
Aluminum Trailers (215)
Heavy-Duty Trailers for Sale (190)
Cargo Trailers (689)
What to Consider When Purchasing Trailers
To find the perfect solution for your trailer needs, you need to evaluate several key considerations. Perhaps the two most important are frame and tongue length and weight. The frame is where your trailer gets its integrity. The three types you’re likely to encounter are box tubing, channel iron and angle iron. Box tubing is the strongest of the three, and angle iron is the weakest. Depending on your needs and how much you want to spend, you’ll want to get the strongest frame possible.
A trailer’s tongue is what provides stability. Tongue length and weight will determine how easy — or how hard — it is to maneuver with your trailer, and it will also affect how much weight is distributed onto your vehicle. Make sure you’re getting a trailer with a tongue length and weight that matches your ability to maneuver your trailer and that works well with the vehicle that’s going to do the pulling.
Of course, there are plenty of other considerations, including the wiring and taillights, the wheels and tires, the fit and finish, etc. The easiest way to approach buying a trailer online is to think through how you want to use the trailer and what you want it to be able to do — those considerations will influence the type of trailer you ultimately purchase.
The Benefits of Owning a Trailer
Owning a trailer gives you freedom you simply can’t find when you choose to rent. When you rent a trailer, you’re beholden to what’s available at the rental shop. If they don’t have what you need, you’re out of luck, and you may have to settle for something that only mostly gets the job done.
Conversely, when you choose to buy trailers online rather than rent, you get to choose the exact styles and features you want. That way, your trailer is always ready to go when you want to use it. Also, when you buy trailers for sale, you own an asset that can deliver a return on investment should you ever want to sell it. You always have leasing or renting as an option, but you unleash a number of benefits when you shop trailers online with the intent to buy.
Trailer Maintenance Needs
For your trailer to remain in full working condition, you’ll need to perform regular trailer maintenance. The most important parts of trailer maintenance are the tires and the taillights. You need to maintain your trailer tires just like you would your car tires, keeping them inflated, rotating as needed and replacing when they are showing signs of wear and tear.
You’ll also need to keep up with maintaining your taillights, as they are perhaps the most important safety feature on your trailer. Without fully operational wiring and taillights for your trailer, you put yourself and those around you at risk. Simply put, don’t take your trailer out on the road unless its taillights are working correctly.
There are plenty of other things you need to keep up with, including ensuring that the hitch is working properly and that other key components are also working well. And don’t forget: Simply keeping your trailer clean is an important maintenance activity that will keep your trailer looking and working as well as possible.
Basic Trailer Components
There are so many different types of trailers for sale, and each different type of trailer comes with an array of different parts. When you shop trailers online, you’ll find a wide range of different trailer parts, including wheels and tires, lighting, couplers, cargo control, suspension parts, jacks, trailer security and much more.
Before you start looking at different trailer components, consider what’s most important to you. For example, an enclosed trailer may call for different components than an open trailer. Or, you may need trailer security while others shopping for trailers online do not. Each trailer is unique, and anyone who may potentially buy trailers online is unique as well. Just make sure you’re getting the right solution for your needs.
Find What You Need in Our Inventory
Our inventory of trailers includes enclosed trailers, enclosed car trailers, motorcycle trailers, race car trailers, landscape and utility trailers, and equipment and dump trailers to satisfy any size vehicle or budget. We encourage you to take a look at our listings of trailers below to see which one will be a good fit for your trailer needs. From large to small trailers for sale, the Trailer Superstore has you covered with the best trailer prices available!
About Trailer Superstore
All Pro Trailer Superstore offers financing, delivery, and on-site pick-up on all of our new and used trailers. Our Central PA location is easily accessible from Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia, New Jersey, New York, Delaware and New England, including Massachusetts, Vermont, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Maine, and Connecticut.
Click on the type of trailer you need below to see the inventory we have in stock and keep in mind that we can customize any trailer to fit your specific needs. Feel free to contact us with any questions by calling (800) 622-7003.