- Enclosed Cargo Trailers
6’ Wide Cargo Trailers
7’ Wide Cargo Trailers
8.5’ Wide Cargo Trailers
8.5' Wide Car Haulers and Allsport Trailers
Are you looking to protect and secure your cargo from the outside elements? TrailersPlus is proud to carry the toughest trailers on the planet -- Interstate cargo trailers. No matter if you're seeking an enclosed car hauler to transport your vehicle or want to customize a trailer to meet your unique business needs, you're sure to find the perfect fit when you shop at one of our nearby trailer dealers. Want to compare Interstate Victory vs. Loadrunner trailers or review enclosed trailer sizes? Head to your nearest TrailersPlus location today to speak with our team!
6’ Wide Cargo Trailers7’ Wide Cargo Trailers8.5’ Wide Cargo Trailers8.5' Wide Car Haulers and Allsport TrailersCustom Trailers
Models We Offer
- Trailer-rated tires
- Built to TrailersPlus specifications
- Bolted aluminum door hinges
- .024” aluminum siding
- White or gray wheels (depending on trailer color)
- LED lights
- Available in most popular trailer sizes
- 1-year material and workmanship warranty
- Radial tires
- Welded steel door hinges
- 1 piece, no seam roof design
- .024” aluminum siding for white or .030” aluminum siding for color
- Spare tire mount
- Gusseted construction for strength and flexibility
- Dexter axles
- LED lights
- Available in most popular trailer sizes
- 1-year roof warranty
- 1-year bumper-to-bumper warranty
Includes features from Victory model plus:
- Tie downs - floor and wall
- .030” aluminum siding
- Aero flow vents
- Stabilizer jack
- Heavy duty roof design
- 6” extra height
- Diamond plate fenders
- Door catch and handles
- EZ flex suspension on 102” wides
- Optional upgrades: RV door, 6” extra height, 4” drop axle
- 5-year roof warranty
- 2-year bumper-to-bumper warranty
Includes features from LoadRunner model plus:
- Dexter torsion axles
- RV door
- Heavy duty tie downs
- Loading lights: 1 on side, 2 on rear
- Chrome rims
- Exterior diamond plate rock guard trim
- Taller diamond plate stone guard
- Lifetime roof warranty
- 3-year bumper-to-bumper warranty
It's easy to get a trailer that checks every box on your list when you shop at TrailersPlus. That's because we can help you custom build a trailer that meets your exact specifications! We specialize in trailer customization, so turn to us when you want to buy a custom cargo trailer. We design Interstate trailers that are made with high-quality materials and built to last to your specific requirements. So, head straight to our nearby trailer dealers when you're looking to buy a custom trailer that offers incredible value.
Custom-Built Trailers near Me
TrailersPlus has built thousands of custom trailers over the years, so you can rest easy knowing that you're in expert hands when you visit us. No matter what trailer size or type you're searching for, we'll work with you to build your perfect match. From custom enclosed trailers for concession and construction to recreation and more, the possibilities are endless at TrailersPlus. What's more, all our work is backed by a 100% customer satisfaction guarantee!
Trailer Customization Ideas
While our cargo trailers serve as excellent worksite partners and outdoor companions, they can be used for a variety of other alternate trailer uses. One of the most popular custom trailer options is concession stands, which are ideal for football games, food truck gatherings and more. Or, you can take work on the go by converting a trailer into a mobile office space. Custom cargo trailers are also ideal for mobile businesses and boutiques. Unlimited opportunities await at TrailersPlus, so visit one our local trailer dealerships today to let us know what you have in mind!
Check out some of our popular trailer customization options online, then get in contact with a member of our team to start building a trailer you love. From air conditioner units and fluorescent lighting to baseboard heaters, windows, awning doors and more, there are plenty of ways to customize an enclosed trailer. We can't wait to hear your ideas!
Our Most Popular Options:
A complete package with lighting, wall switch, outlets, and a panel box with lifeline and hatch.Includes:(2) 4’ Fluorescent Lights with Wall Switch(2) Interior Outlets(1) External GFI Outlet 110V Panel Box w/ Lifeline and lifeline hatch*Requires a ceiling liner
50 AMP Panel, Lifeline and Hatch
Get started by adding power to your trailer with a 50 AMP panel.Includes:50 AMP Panel Box36’ Lifeline
4’ Fluorescent Lights
Illuminates the entire inside of your trailer!*Requires 110V power
50 AMP Lifeline Door/Hatch
Add a 50 AMP lifeline door/hatch for easy access inside and out of the trailer.
Air Conditioning Unit
Beat the heat at the racetrack or your campsite with a 15,000 BTU A/C unit. Insulation is available as an option.*Requires a ceiling liner and 110V power
4’ Baseboard Heater
No need for a jacket with a 4’ baseboard heater. Extend your camping season or take the edge off before a day of riding on the trails.*Requires 110V power
Concession Door with Window
Perfect for the vendor, this 74”x40” concession door includes 2 slider windows for easy access to the outside.
Turn your trailer into a vending truck with an awning door installation! Providing overhead cover to block from the sun and giving access to the inside of the trailer, this installation is great for ticket sales, gear rentals, or food vending.
Are you using your trailer as a camper or would just like some extra lighting? We install both 15” W x 30” L and 30” W x 30” L windows. Just specify placement, and we will get it inserted.
Window in Cam Door
You can have a window installed in a side door, providing the door is cam style (non-RV door). This window is 12” W x 30” L and is installed vertically.
Spare Tire Compartment
A recessed spare tire compartment in the floor not only gives a seamless design, but allows for you to store material or build shelving on all other walls of the trailer without having to worry about your spare tire placement. This compartment is 33” x 33”.
Recessed Battery Box in Floor
Do you want 12V power but don’t want to see the battery or store it outside the trailer? We install recessed battery boxes in the floor for an out-of-sight application. Battery box is 8.5”W x 11.5”L x 11”D.
Exterior 500W Quartz Light
Do you continually carry out work outside at night? Our exterior 500w quartz light eliminates the need for supplemental lighting.*Requires 110V power
Cam Lock Upgrade on RV Door
The security of a cam lock door is outstanding, but the convenience of an RV door is unmatched. Why not have both? Install a cam lock upgrade on your RV door for added security.
Upper and Lower Cabinets
Complete your tool crib with 96” upper and lower cabinets for 102” wide trailers.*Front wall must be walled off
Cabinets 2 Door Base with 4 Door Overhead
Your 102” wide trailer can use the extra storage! With a 60” 2-door base and 95-¾” overhead, you can store nearly every tool you use.*Front needs to be partitioned off
Upper and Lower Closet Cabinets
Whether you work in a dirty environment or seasonally, a cabinet and closet installation provides the best of both worlds.
Overhead Wall Cabinets
Keep your floor open for equipment by installing an overhead wall cabinet. These cabinets are 16” D x 16” H x 32” W.*Can be mounted on front wall or side wall, but front needs to be walled off
Complete your tool crib with a workbench installation. This can be mounted on the front or side of the trailer.
E-Track Recessed in Wall and Floor
Flush mount e-track for a professional look and feel. This can be mounted in the wall or the floor.
Do you run corded tools all day, need to charge batteries or plan to run 110V power while camping? Install a 36”x24” generator compartment, accessible from the outside of the trailer with lock and vent.
Install flooring in your trailer! We offer:-TPO Flooring is highly chemical resistant to gasoline, diesel fuel, antifreeze, battery acid, engine oil, brake fluid, cleaners and other common chemicals.-Poly Flooring is typically used in our snowmobile trailers to withstand bite from carbides.-ATP Flooring.
Finished Wall and Ceiling
Create a seamless atmosphere in your trailer with white vinyl or aluminum walls.
Recessed Wheel Chocks
Haul your motorcycles one day and ATVs the next - recessed wheel chocks are there when you need them and hidden when you don’t.
Non-Stocking Color Options
We typically offer trailers in white, black, pewter, charcoal, champagne, and red. We offer options in orange, yellow, indigo blue, and burgundy wine, based on availability.
Intake / Exhaust Fan
Circulate the air, bring out fumes or bring in cool air with an intake / exhaust fan!*Runs off 12V power
Pair your trailer with an awning for sunny days camping, tailgating at the big game, or for preparing an outdoor classroom.*Available in lengths from 8’ to 24’
If you’re a food vendor, you definitely need an awning shelf. Paired with awning doors or windows, this provides a convenient location for customers to place their food, drink, and funds at the point of transaction.
If you run a classroom, split your workspace and storage, or are converting to a toy hauler camper, a partition wall is the upgrade for you! This is available with or without an RV door in the partition.*Requires a finished ceiling
Solid Rear Wall
If you want your trailer completely closed off or would like the back wall to be a standard door, we can do both. A solid rear wall allows for either 1 access point to the trailer or gives you the option for a larger rear RV style door to be placed there.
4’ & 5’ Wide Enclosed Cargo Trailers
Our 4’ and 5’ wide enclosed cargo trailers are designed for short-term storage and for hauling small equipment. Often used for luggage transport and store advertisements, these trailers are perfect for quick and easy transportation.
Single Axle: 4x6, 5x8, 5x10
6’ Wide Enclosed Cargo Trailers
Our 6’ wide enclosed cargo trailers are great for construction, storage, or hauling your toys. Suited to be pulled with SUVs, light trucks and larger vehicles, these trailers offer a versatile solution for both work and play.
Single Axle: 6x10, 6x12, and 6x14Tandem Axle: 6x12
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7’ Wide Enclosed Cargo Trailers
Our 7’ wide enclosed cargo trailers are designed for those who want additional height and payload capacity over 6’ wide cargo trailers. These tandem axle trailers are perfect for work and play, capable of hauling enough equipment for a crew of workers during the week and larger ATVs on the weekend.
Tandem Axle: 7x12, 7x14, 7x16
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8.5’ Wide Enclosed Cargo Trailers
Optioned with double doors or a rear ramp, our 8.5’ wide enclosed cargo trailers are built with the construction worker in mind. Upgraded to 5,200lb axles, these cargo trailers are designed for hauling heavy loads. Many customers build these trailers out with storage and shelving specific to their industry. Whether you are a carpenter, landscaper, roofer, or framer, these heavy-duty trailers offer a blank slate for you to build the trailer to suit your job.
Tandem Axle: 8.5x16, 8.5x18
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8.5’ Wide Car Haulers, Allsport and Snowsport Trailers
As our largest enclosed cargo trailers on the lot, these are built with continuous 8” I-beams to support the heaviest of loads. Aside from our deckover snowsport edition, these cargo trailers have a no-show beaver tail design in the rear for ease of loading and additional door clearance. Our 8.5x20 and 8.5x24 cargo trailers can be set up for snowsports, UTVs and ATVs (Allsport), as a car hauler, or as a standard cargo trailer. Some of our customers also use these for moving and camping with the installation of an A/C unit. These trailers include many features and options for ultimate customization.
Tandem Axle: 8.5x16 to 8.5x35
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Do you have a specific design in mind? Partner with one of our custom trailer experts to build your perfect trailer from the frame up. Food vendors, weekend campers, and on-the-job classroom trainers alike have worked with us to create the exact trailer to fit their needs.
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Why have enclosed trailers doubled in price? ›
The increases are coming from their suppliers of steel, wood, and other commonly used parts such as air conditioners, awnings, generators, and more. It's a chain reaction from the Covid-19 shutdowns of 2020 and the China tariffs.What are the top 5 enclosed trailer brands? ›
Some top names in enclosed car trailers include JIMGLO, Homesteader, Interstate, Sure-Trac, Sundowner and U.S. Cargo.What's the best enclosed trailer brand? ›
- Look. The Look trailer brand has focused their time on becoming the best trailer brand instead of the biggest. ...
- Haulmark. ...
- Continental Cargo. ...
- Pace American. ...
- Diamond Cargo.
The most common sizes for enclosed trailers are 5', 6', 7', and 8.5' widths. They are typically somewhere between 8' long and 32' long. As far as height, any sized enclosed trailer is traditionally 7' tall.What to look for when buying an enclosed cargo trailer? ›
- Steel or Aluminum?
- Does the thickness of the outer skin matter?
- How vital are floor cross members' support for centers?
- Torsion Axle or Leaf Spring?
- Radial or Bias Ply Tires?
- V-Nose or Flat Nose?
- Standard Height, Lowered Height, Extra Tall?
Trailers Hold their Value making them an Excellent Investment! Unlike a new car that has a sticker value that seems to lose a few thousand dollars the minute it's driven off the lot, trailers hold their value maintaining their resale value when it comes time to sell.Are aluminum cargo trailers better than steel? ›
The bottom line is that aluminum is a superior manufacturing material for trailers. While a steel trailer can do the job, an aluminum trailer almost always does a better job. It can last longer, too.How long do enclosed trailers last? ›
One of the most common — and most important — questions we hear is, “How long does a trailer last?” That entirely depends on the quality of the trailer, the type of trailer, and how well you maintain it. However, we will say that an average high-quality enclosed trailer will last between 10 and 15 years.Are V nose trailers better? ›
V-nose trailers provide a lot of great room right up front for a variety of applications. Commonly, we're helping our customers decide the best set-ups for their businesses or just everyday hauling needs. One of the big advantages with the extra space up front is organization.Who is the best trailer manufacturer? ›
- Airstream. About the Brand: Airstream is a classic brand that keeps improving its technology and innovation every year. ...
- Grand Design RV. ...
- Oliver Travel Trailers. ...
- Lance Campers. ...
- Outdoors RV. ...
- Winnebago. ...
What is the most sold trailer? ›
Jayco's Jay Flight is the number one selling travel trailer and has been for more than a decade. The versatility of the product line makes it an excellent option for a variety of people and camping styles.Are aluminum cargo trailers worth the money? ›
It is great for a long-term purchase, requires less maintenance, is very durable, and is light weight! We encourage you to check out different brands and manufacturers that produce aluminum trailers. For all your heavy equipment, animals, or cargo, aluminum trailers are the way to go!What is the best width for a cargo trailer? ›
A six-foot-wide trailer is a great in-between size that offers plenty of space without being too empty on the road. It's also one of the most popular cargo trailer sizes, so you know you can't go wrong with it.What is the difference between a cargo trailer and an enclosed trailer? ›
So what's a cargo trailer? Cargo trailers are also referred to as “enclosed” trailers, because they have a full set of walls and a roof with a locking gate or door, generally at the rear. Enclosed trailers can come in many sizes.
As you load your trailer, you need to keep in mind that 60% of the cargo weight should be loaded in the front half of the trailer. Heavier items should be loaded in the front, with lighter, smaller items placed near the rear.Do you need to insulate a enclosed trailer? ›
Insulation slows the rate of heat transfer into and out of your trailer, which makes it easier to maintain the temperature you want. A properly insulated trailer is easier to heat and cool. It won't heat up as quickly in the summer, and stays warmer in cool weather.What is the best plywood for enclosed trailer walls? ›
1/4", 3/8", 1/2", 5/8", and 3/4" plywood are the most common interior wall thicknesses for an enclosed tool trailer.Is an enclosed trailer a good investment? ›
If you're frequently hauling large amounts of or heavy equipment, an enclosed trailer is a great investment. From transporting mobile businesses to landscaping tools to band equipment and more, you want your belongings delivered easily and safely to their destination.What is the useful life of a cargo trailer? ›
The average useful life for a trailer is 15 years.How do I find the value of a trailer? ›
It's called NADA, or the National Automobile Dealers' Association, and they list prices and values for motorhomes, travel trailers, and even truck campers and park models. Platforms like RV Trader, which help people buy and sell RVs, are also a great resource for getting an approximate value of your rig.
What is the difference between a flat top and round top enclosed trailer? ›
When it comes to enclosed trailer roofs, there are two main options: flat and rounded. Flat roofs are more affordable, but collect rainwater easily. Rounded roofs cost more, but they allow rain and debris to roll off easier. This will make maintenance and cleaning easier as well.What is the downside to aluminum trailers? ›
The downside of aluminum's lightness is that when you're not hauling, your trailer may be more prone to being blown around the highway under windy or slippery conditions. Of course this also has a flipside: if your trailer is lighter then you're going to save money when you're traveling without a load.Do aluminum trailers crack? ›
Nevertheless, aluminum is not impervious to damage. It may crack under certain circumstances. Even if an aluminum trailer does crack, it may be possible to repair the damage. Furthermore, you may be able to prevent cracking with regular maintenance.Should I buy an aluminum or steel trailer? ›
Despite being significantly heavier than aluminum, many drivers love steel trailers because they are more rugged and rigid. Steel has less elasticity than aluminum, so it is better able to handle the stress of extremely heavy loads or towing on uneven terrain. Steel trailers are also cheaper when initially purchased.Can you sleep in a cargo trailer? ›
You can definitely bed down in a cargo trailer. However, getting a good night's sleep might be difficult. You'll need to turn the trailer into a camper, creating a comfortable sleeping space. You can do that many ways with built-ins, a mattress, a bed topper, or in a pinch, an air mattress.How hot can an enclosed trailer get? ›
Enclosed trailers can become like ovens and can generally get up to 30ºF warmer than the outside temperature, with temperatures reaching over 100ºF in some cases.Do cargo trailers depreciate in value? ›
Depreciation is typically 10% – 15% between 0-12 months of purchase if the trailer is in like-new condition.What is the most reliable trailer? ›
- Northwood Mfg.
- Outdoors RV.
- Grand Design.
Fiberglass wins hands-down in durability, shine and cleanliness. If you're looking at your RV as an investment, fiberglass RVs tend to hold their resale value much better than aluminum models.Are Fiberglass trailers better than aluminum? ›
Fiberglass Provides Long-Term Efficiency
Fiberglass bodies are generally lighter than aluminum bodies, and a lighter trailer means better gas mileage, and ultimately, reduced fuel costs. Fiberglass also insulates better than aluminum, so it will hold heat or keep the space cool during extreme weather.
Who is the No 1 trailer in the world? ›
As of February 2023, the teaser of "Spider-Man: No Way Home" (2021) remained the most-watched movie trailer within 24 hours of release in history, with more than 355 million views.Which travel trailers have the least problems? ›
- Leisure Travel Vans.
- Heartland RV.
- Grand Design RV.
- Riverstone by Forest River.
Look Trailers is the largest cargo trailer manufacturer in the nation.What type of trailer makes the most money? ›
Flatbed drivers earn more per mile than most other trailer types, which helps driver turnover. There are many opportunities for pick-up and delivery each week. Flatbed drivers don't need to back into docks and unload the freight.What is the most common trailer size? ›
Although they come in several different sizes (including 24, 40, 45, 48 and 53 feet) the 48-foot flatbed trailer is the most frequently used.Which trailer is more likely to turnover? ›
Doubles and triples are more likely to turn over than other combination vehicles because of the "crack-the-whip" effect. You must steer gently when pulling trailers. The last trailer in a combination is most likely to turn over.Why have travel trailers gotten so expensive? ›
In a classic example of supply and demand, the low RV supply during the pandemic drove up RV prices. With RVs, building supplies, and parts in high demand, prices increased to keep up.Why is there a trailer shortage? ›
Components, materials, and labor shortages are the main factors limiting trailer production at Stoughton, Giesen explained. “For any given week, labor might be our shortage, then the next week, it's materials and components of some sort,” he contended.Are travel trailers getting more expensive? ›
Right now, it seems like RV prices will continue to rise because of the increased popularity of remote work that allows employees to work while traveling. This trend has influenced many to buy RVs and work while living the RV life, something that's keeping their demand high and in turn, their price too.