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How uShip Saves you money on Trailer Shipping

uShip gives you access to an extensive network of trailer transport companies that place competitive bids in uShip’s online trailer transportation marketplace. In addition to cost savings, uShip gives you peace of mind by providing insurance and licensing information, insurance coverage, and customer feedback for each trailer transporter.


There are two main ways in which your trailer can be transported – it can be towed or placed on a flatbed trailer.


Trailer Towing Option: If you choose towing for your trailer transport, be sure that your license plate and tags are up-to-date, that the tail lights are working, and that the tires are in good condition. Including a spare tire is a good idea regardless, as you will typically be responsible for reimbursing the trailer transport company for a replacement tire should there be a blowout.


Flatbed Option: If you prefer to have your trailer transported on a flatbed trailer, be sure that you have measured the full width and length, including wheels and tongues. The flatbed trailer will have a license plate and tags, so you don’t need to worry about that, the tail lights, or tire blowouts. Overall, this type of transport saves wear and tear on your trailer.


Regardless of which type of trailer transport you choose, be sure that your trailer is empty or that everything inside is thoroughly secured. Trailer shipping companies are typically not liable for damage to interior contents.


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