After buying the perfect trailer for your commercial or DIY project, the last thing you want to deal with is theft. Unfortunately, many trailers are easy to hook up and haul away in the middle of the night or while you’re away at a different jobsite. Find out how to protect your investment and keep
When warmer temperatures arrive, it’s time to air out the house, clean up the yard and tackle your spring projects. When you’re doing these spring chores, don’t neglect preparing your trailer for the busy season. After sitting around all winter, your trailer needs a little TLC to make sure it is ready for the months
Whether you’ve just purchased your first trailer or you’re a veteran at hauling, you need to always be alert to the risks involved when towing. Here are some common mistakes that many trailer owners make. Don’t risk damaging your truck and trailer or getting into an accident on the road. Avoid these common mistakes with
Utility trailers have a lot of practical uses. From the farm or garden to the construction site, find out how you can enjoy a custom utility trailer to handle these five common hauling needs. When you choose a Millroad Manufacturing product, you’ll get a trailer that’s ready to haul these and other items at home
A good trailer needs a reliable tie down system. Whether you’re hauling furniture to your summer cottage or taking an ATV to a nearby trail, be sure you have safe and secure straps before you hit the road. Learn how we use the best tie down systems with our custom deckover trailer at Millroad Manufacturing.
If you have to tow something weighing more than 30,000 pounds, such as a recreational vehicle or a loaded horse trailer, you need either a gooseneck trailer or a fifth wheel, plus a compatible Class V hitch to pull it. Gooseneck and fifth-wheel trailers do not hitch onto the back of a vehicle like smaller