Looking for quality and secure ATV trailers tie downs? owning or renting an ATV trailer comes in handy when you and a few buddies are making plans for your next off road ride and want to take multiple ATVs along. Since ATV trailers come in varying sizes and shapes, what size you buy or rent really depends on the number of ATVs that you need to load up and haul to your next run. Luckily, ATV trailers are available in sizes that can house one, two or three ATVs – and if need be you can even find ATV trailers that can transport as many as six ATVs at a time!
When renting ATV trailers or buying ATV trailers make sure you’re getting a strong and sturdy deck to support your entire load of 4-wheelers, so that each quad’s weight is proportionately transferred to the support of the trailer’s main structural support beams. The trailer’s tongue-mounting system should also be strong, sturdy and reliable, to ensure that it works without twisting, cracking or bending while you’re pulling your load. The cross members should be strong and well-built, too, otherwise they will twist and cause corner flex in the trailer’s deck, which ultimately results in cracked welds.
Some concerns to watch for when loading ATV trailers:
- Position of the quad(s) to keep the weight on the hitch
- Total load weight
- Weight on the rear of the trailer bed
There are different types of ATV trailers available with the “tilt-clamp” trailer generally easier to use than other ATV trailers. The tilt-clamp system eliminates the hitch-system and is therefore faster to use, along with the trailer’s tongue attached or rather pulled straight to the trailer with a T-bolt, eliminating vibration to the load while in motion.
Because there are as many ways to secure or “tie down” a 4-wheeler for transporting as there are available on-line or other resources that rent or sell ATV trailers along with proper use suggestions, why not choose an ATV shipping expert to transport your ATV for you and forget the hassle of learning about ATV trailer tie downs and shipping on your own?
Haul Bikes knows about ATV trailers
Veteran shippers since 1988, Daily Direct/Haul Bikes uses ATV trailer tie downs specifically designed to secure motor sport vehicles and ships them in our enclosed semi trailers safely and securely to your destination of choice. So all you need to do is tie yourself and a few riding buddies down to a few vacation days for your next poker run!
Your ATV is your pride and joy and freedom so why not trust it to sport vehicle shipping experts Haul Bikes for your future ATV trailer needs! But don’t take our word for it, check out what others had to say about us.
And unlike most shipping companies, we don’t charge extra to ship your standard-sized ATV! Haul Bikes only charges an extra fee of $195 for ATVs that don’t fit a standard 4’ x 9’ space on their shipping truck – wider than 48” and/or longer than 108”. Find out where expert ATV shippers Haul Bikes will take your 4-wheeler next – see our rates page for a free online estimate.