1. Do you offer Financing?

    Yes we work with 3 lenders that Specialize in Trailer Financing and can do the Application with you over the phone, or you can apply directly with them if you prefer that.

  2. If I pick up my trailer at your lot in Three Oaks Mi or Gulfport MS is there a delivery fee?

    Yes, We pay the same rate for Delivery as We quote to have your trailer delivered Directly to you,$1.35-$1.45 Per mile, One way from the factory in Douglas GA 31535.Delivery to our Three Oaks Mi lot is 1150.00 Delivery to our Gulfport MS lot is 550.00

    Delivery to our Three Oaks Mi lot is 1150.00 Delivery to our Gulfport MS lot is 550.00
  3. Can I meet the delivery service at Some point in Between me and the factory to save some money off the delivery fee?

    Yes, Every mile the delivery is reduced saves you $1.35-$1.45.

  4. Can I arrange for delivery myself?

    Yes, Feel free to make your own arraignments for delivery.

  5. Is there any fee if I pickup my trailer at the factory?

    No, there is no extra charge for Customer pickup at the factory.

  6. If I pickup at the factory do I need to bring a license plate?

    No, there is no extra charge for Customer pickup at the factory.

  7. Is there any fee if I pickup my trailer at the factory?

    No, there is no extra charge for Customer pickup at the factory.

  8. What happens if my trailer is Damaged while in transit to Be delivered?

    The Independent Delivery drivers we Use Are insured and are responsible For any Damage that may occur. It is Rare, but Accidents and flat tires do Happen. We always encourage our Customers to put Insurance on their New trailer before it leaves the factory To be delivered. In the Event that There is some dispute it is Always best to have Your insurance Company backing you up.

  9. What happens if my trailer has flat tire While in route to be delivered?

    If you purchased a spare tire, the Delivery Driver will use it to replace the Flat and you will have to have the flat Repaired or Replaced at your own Expense, if it’s Found not to be a Factory defect.

    If you didn’t purchase a spare the Delivery Driver will call you and ask For a credit Card to pay road service To replace the flat Tire. This runs no less than $200.00.

  10. What happens if something is not as I ordered it ?

    The Factory does a QC Inspection on Every trailer and verifies that Everything on the build sheet is as Ordered We also Do our own QC Inspection at the factory to Verify Your trailer is Exactly as you ordered It, And will Furnish you with photos of your trailer Before you make your Final payment.

  11. Single Or Tandem Axle?
  12. Single Axle Trailers:

    A single axle trailer is smaller and easier to maneuver than a tandem model; if parking is scarce or there is not a lot of wiggle room in your parking area, a single axle model will be easier to handle.

    The relatively small size of a single axle trailer makes it more fuel efficient than its tandem counterparts; towing may be easier due to the lower weight and adjust¬able towing angles.

  13. Cost is a factor as well:

    Not only is a single axle less expensive than a tandem axle trailer, tires and maintenance will cost less as well. Fewer tires mean lower replacement costs.

    Single axle trailers do have some drawbacks; their smaller size means that your storage and moving abilities will be limited. Tires may wear out more quickly if you move a lot of heavy loads, since there are only two tires to absorb the weight.

  14. Tandem Axle Trailers:

    Like the name implies, a tandem axle trailer has two sets of axles – one right behind the other. The extra tires allow the trailer to handle more weight and to be more stable at higher speeds and highway conditions. Higher payload capacity means more room for whatever you are hauling.

    Tandem Axle trailers are excellent for heavy loads and are an ideal option if you are expanding your business. By choosing a tandem model, you will be less likely to outgrow your trailer; the extra upfront expense may be worth it in the long run.

    While towing level is not a factor for single axle models, level towing is a must for a tandem axle trailer. If the load is not level it can cause extra wear and tear on one set of axles, and reduce the life of your tires.

    The initial investment for a tandem trailer is higher than the cost for a single axle model.If you do decide to resell your tandem trailer, you’ll see a much better return on your investment, as they hold their value better than a single axle model.

  15. Single Axle vs. Tandem Axle:
    Which is Better?

    The bottom line is, it depends. If you are hauling a lot of low weight loads, need maneuverability and to keep your costs down, a single axle model is best. If you are putting some serious highway mileage on your trailer, hauling heavy payloads or are planning to expand your business, a tandem axle model is a better option.

  16. Cost is a factor as well:

    not only is a single axle less expensive than a tandem axle trailer, tires and maintenance will cost less as well. Fewer tires mean lower replacement costs..

    Single axle trailers do have some drawbacks; their smaller size means that your storage and moving abilities will be limited. Tires may wear out more quickly if you move a lot of heavy loads, since there are only two tires to absorb the weight.

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