The quickest and easiest way to book your trailer is online using the ‘Book’ link above. If you’re not exactly sure what you are after don’t hesitate to give us a call and book over the phone on (08) 8532 3233.
If your job is taking a little longer than expected please call and let us know, more often than not we can extend your hire period as needed. *Note that late fees may apply if you fail to contact us before the end of the hire period.
Our online booking system is updated in real-time, so if you’re seeing any dates or times greyed out this usually means the product is out on hire and us unavailable at these times.
We understand that many of our hire products may be required for long periods of time, therefore we are happy to offer discounts and accommodate long term hire.
The first thing you need to do is call us and let us know and if there is a risk of injury to anyone involved, CALL 000 IMMEDIATELY.
When hiring your trailer you will be offered the choice to purchase additional damage cover. This can reduce or eliminate possible costs you may be liable for. Ask us about damage cover when booking your trailer.
Many trailers do not require brakes to be fitted if only carrying light to medium loads. For heavier loads and larger trailers, by law brakes need to be fitted.
Most of our large trailers are equiped with state of the art bluetooth brake controllers and can be used even with a car not initially fitted with a brake controller.
Yes, but only if all drivers were listed on the hire contract when picking up your trailer. This is required for insurance purposes.
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Trailer Hire FAQ Q: What is the maximum load weight? A: There is no set maximum load weight, but we recommend a maximum of 1000kg. Q: How many bikes can I fit in a single trailer? A: The number of bikes that can fit in a trailer depends on the size of the bike. The most we can fit in a trailer is four bikes. Q: What are the measurements of the trailer? A: The measurements of the trailer are 6ft x 3ft x 3ft.
Trailer Hire FAQ When hiring a trailer, the first thing to do is check with your local authorities to see if they have any restrictions on the weight of the trailer.
Some areas have restrictions on the weight of the trailer or trailer and load. For example, some localities have a maximum weight of 3,000 pounds for a trailer and load. What kind of trailer should I rent? There are many different types of trailers, but the two most common are a utility trailer and a cargo trailer. A utility trailer is used for carrying cargo such as tools, lawnmowers, and furniture.
A cargo trailer is usually used for transporting items such as cargo and construction materials. What is the difference between a utility trailer and a cargo trailer? A utility trailer is usually smaller and lighter than a cargo trailer. Utility trailers usually have a ramp at the back for loading and unloading items. Cargo trailers usually have a hitch at the back for towing and may be higher and wider than a utility trailer. How much does it cost to rent a trailer?
The cost of renting a trailer varies depending on the size of the trailer, where you rent it, and how long you rent it for. For example, renting a 10×20 utility trailer for one day in some parts of the country may cost $50, while renting a 20x8x8ft steel cargo trailer for two weeks in some parts of the country may cost $200.