So, have you ever asked yourself what those trailers are, sitting around your barn, that clearly aren’t horse trailers? Yes, there are different types, all designed for different applications. Some are toy hauler trailers, designed to haul things like your brother’s ATV or sand buggy. There are dump trailers that your barn workers are using to load and haul manure, bedding, dirt and the like from one place to another, on your facility. And, of course the RV sport trailers, which many of you sleep in overnight when you’re at an away horse show. Carson Trailer is a leading manufacturer of these kinds of quality trailers. Each trailer is constructed with care, using the best materials available. They offer work trailers, cargo and car haulers as well as a full line of sport trailers. It’s their wish to provide first rate products while still offering excellent value.
Carson offers great flexibility. They’ll let you design just the RV trailer, Car Hauler, (whatever you need) using their long list of options. You can choose exterior colors and a floor plan suitable for your application. Trailers with interiors come with choices of fabric color, cabinet finish, furnishings, size and floor plan. Your Carson Trailer dealer will help you build just what you want and help get it delivered fast.
Check out the Carson Trailer website today and make a game of learning and identifying the trailers you see around the barn. Oh, is that one a utility trailer or a flatbed trailer? A heavy duty trailer or a landscape trailer ? It’s time to start learning, girls, because, some day, you’re going to be buying a trailer and the more you learn now, the better off you’ll be then.
Carson operates five manufacturing plants encompassing more than 22 acres. Materials are purchased in large quantities allowing them to provide more than competitive pricing. Service is available at many locations throughout the West. To find a dealer near you please check out their Dealer Finder Page and search by state or zip code.
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