Flat Bed Trailers

Flatbeds are extremely popular and are widely used because they are very versatile. Generally, a flatbed is used to load freights on its tip, sides, and rear. With these capabilities, flatbeds have become a primary and leading asset of the trucking industry.

Maximum freight dimensions:

Length: 48′ – 53′
Width: 8′ 6″
Height: 8′ 6″


Dry Van Trailers

Dry Van trailers are generally enclosed and are commonly used to carry and protect freight from the harmful elements of the weather or the roads. Your shipment can be loaded on the rear of the trailer, normally using a loading dock. In cases where a loading dock is not available, some trailers come equipped with lift gates that can help get your freight from the ground to the trailer and back again.



Maximum freight dimensions:

Inside Length: 44.6′- 52.24′
Height: 102″ – 110″
Width: 92″ – 98.7″


Lowboy Trailers

A Lowboy Trailer is an unpowered trailer which is commonly used to haul freight. These kinds of trailers are generally designed to carry and transport taller goods and items. This means that the items to be carried to a Lowboy Trailer are taller than the legal height of items that are commonly carried by flatbeds. Our expert advisors will indicate if you need state permits for your particular load or type of freight.

Maximum freight dimensions:

Length: 20′ – 40′
Width: 8’6″
Height: 11.5′ – 12′


Step Deck Trailers

Stepdeck Trailers are otherwise known as drop deck types and they are in fact a version of the flatbed trailer design that mainly consists of a bottom and top deck. These trailers are specifically designed to carry and haul freights that cannot be carried or transported on a standard type of flatbed, which is usually due to height restrictions.



Maximum freight dimensions:

Length: 37′ – 41′
Width: 8’6″
Height: 10′


Extendable Flatbed Stretch Trailers

These are extendable flatbeds and are otherwise known as flatbed stretch types. They are mainly used for carrying loads or freights that are excessively long and cannot be carried by a standard type of trailer. It is also a type of trailer that provides maximum support, avoiding the possibility of overhanging freight.

Maximum freight dimensions:

Width: 8′ 6″
Height: 11.6′ – 12′


RGN or Removable Gooseneck Trailers

RGN or Removable Gooseneck Trailers are excellent for carrying tall and long freights. It comes with a detachable front, allowing the trailer to be dropped on the ground in order to create a ramp. It is capable of hauling and carrying freights weighing up to 68,000 kgs. It can go from 3 axles up to 20 plus axles for heavier shipments. RGN or Removable Gooseneck Trailers are more specialized so they render a more expensive usage.

Maximum freight dimensions:
Length: 20′ – 30′
Width: 8’6″
Height: 11.6′


Power Only

The power only trailer is a special type that is generally used in towing various types of trailers, and it usually comes with a fifth wheel hitch, pintle hitch, and ball and hitch. Only four axles are allowed when the freight is overweight. Maximum Power Only freight weight and dimensions depend on the type of trailer that is being towed / hauled (state requirements should be strictly followed).



Specialized Trailers

Specialized trailers are specifically made for certain types of freights and are commonly used with perimeter, double gooseneck, and dolly trailers. Specialized Trucking Trailers max freight weight is 90,000 kgs. or more. Maximum Specialized Trucking Trailers dimensions (depends on the regulations imposed by the state/s)




Refrigerated Trailers

A refrigerated trailer is a temperature-controlled unit. It is generally used for transporting chilled or frozen products. The temperature inside the trailer can be controlled no matter the outside weather conditions. Refrigerated trailers are very specialized and take additional fuel to keep the cooling mechanism running, and therefore more difficult to source and more expensive than standard equipment.