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Trailer Transport Services with uShip

When you need a trailer hauled, it can be difficult to find just the right service provider. Use uShip to relieve the stress. We will help you get quotes from transporters, and give you some tips along the way. If you need any assistance along the way, just let us know, and we’ll help you get back on the road to your trailer delivery.

uShip’s marketplace was created to help people like you get the best rates from the best transporters. Create your listing, describing the needs for your shipment, and service providers will provide quotes for your review. Talk to the companies directly and review their profiles, and choose who you want to work with.

How to Ship a Trailer

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Get your trailer shipped in three easy steps!

1 | Create Your Shipment Listing

Think about your needs for your trailer delivery, including timeframe and locations for pick up and delivery. Have dimensions and weight ready, as well as make and model, if possible. Take some high quality photos of your trailer to include in your listing as well. Be as detailed as possible and have an idea what trailer transport service you’d like.

2 | Choose the Best Trailer Transport Company

uShip gives you access to an extensive network of trailer transport companies that place competitive quotes on your shipment listing. As the quotes come in, ask the transporters questions. Find out more about their services, capabilities, and experience in moving trailers.

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 in their carrier profile. Review their history to see if they have hauled trailers like yours, and see the feedback their previous customers have left, detailing their experience. Many service providers have photos of their equipment so you can see what your trailer will be hauled on. After talking with the companies and reviewing their profiles, you can rest assured you are choosing the best trailer transport company.

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3 | Trailer Transport & Delivery

After you have chosen your trailer delivery service, contact them directly with any questions, concerns, or additional information regarding your shipment. Direct communication with your service provider is the key to a successful shipment. Coordinate with your transporter on pick up and delivery, and share any third party contact information that may make the shipment run smoothly. If you have any trouble communicating with your trailer transport company, contact us. We’re here to help you before, during, and after your trailer delivery is complete.

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How Much Does it Cost to Ship a Trailer?

The cost to ship a trailer depends on the distance, the size and weight of the trailer, and any specific needs for secure and safe shipping. The average cost to ship a trailer is $3.39 per mile under 100 miles, and an average of $0.95 per mile under 1000 miles.

For a better idea of what your shipment may cost, check out our cost to ship a trailer page. You’ll see trailer shipments completed through the uShip marketplace, and get a better idea of how we work.

Trailer Transport Options

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, just to be on the safe side.

If you prefer to have your trailer transported on a flatbed trailer, be sure that you have measured the full width and length of your trailer, including wheels and tongues. The flatbed trailer will have a license plate and tags, so you don’t need to worry about that. 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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