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Trailer Rentals at Leonard Truck and Trailer

We offer Trailer Rentals and Rent to Own Options

 

Here are some of the most popular types of trailer rentals:

  • Utility Trailers

    Utility trailers are versatile and commonly used for transporting general cargo, equipment, furniture, or personal belongings. They typically have an open design with a flatbed or small side walls.

  • Cargo Trailers

    Cargo trailers are enclosed and provide secure storage for transporting valuable or sensitive items. They are commonly used for moving household goods, event equipment, or commercial merchandise.

  • Car Hauler Trailers

    Car hauler trailers are designed specifically for transporting vehicles, including cars, motorcycles, or ATVs. They come with ramps, tie-down points or D-Rings (tie-down straps available for purchase), and other features to ensure safe and secure vehicle transport.

  • Dump Trailers

    Dump trailers are useful for hauling loose materials, such as soil, gravel, construction debris, or landscaping materials. They have hydraulic systems that allow the trailer bed to tilt and dump the contents.

  • Flatbed Trailers

    Flatbed trailers have a flat, open deck without walls or roofs. They are suitable for hauling large or oversized items, machinery, building materials, or vehicles that cannot fit on a standard car hauler.

  • Enclosed Trailers

    Enclosed trailers provide complete protection from weather and theft. They are commonly used for moving fragile or valuable items, such as furniture, electronics, or exhibition materials.

  • Motorcycle Trailers

    Motorcycle trailers are designed specifically for safely transporting motorcycles. They have features like wheel chocks, tie-down points, and ramps to secure motorcycles during transport.

  • Livestock Trailers

    Livestock trailers are used for transporting animals, such as horses, cattle, or livestock. They provide secure compartments, ventilation, and other features to ensure the safety and well-being of the animals during transit.

  • Equipment Trailers

    Equipment trailers are designed for hauling heavy machinery, construction equipment, or agricultural machinery. They have sturdy frames, ramps, and tie-down points or D-Rings (tie-down straps available for purchase), to safely transport heavy loads.

 

Additional specialized trailers based on specific needs may be available.  Contact us today to learn more. 

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Frequently asked questions and brief answers regarding trailer rentals?

 

Question. How much does it cost to rent a trailer?
Answer.  Rental prices vary based on factors such as trailer type, size, and rental duration. Contact us for specific pricing details.

 

Question. Are Tie Down Straps and other trailer accessories available?
Answer.  As one of the largest trailer dealerships in the country, our parts department has everything available to purchase you would need to transport your cargo safely with one of our trailer rentals.   Contact our Parts Department for specific pricing details.

Question. What types of trailers are available for rent?
Answer. We offer various types of trailers, including dump trailers, horse trailers, flatbed trailers, enclosed cargo, equipment trailers, car hauler trailers, stock trailers, Air-tow equipment trailers, tilt bed trailers, and more.

Question. How long can I rent a trailer for?
Answer. Rental periods can range from a few hours to several days or weeks, depending on your needs and availability.

Question. Do I need a special license to rent and tow a trailer?
Answer. Requirements vary by jurisdiction. In many cases, a standard driver's license is sufficient for towing a trailer within certain weight limits. Check your local regulations for any specific licensing requirements.

Question. What is the maximum weight capacity of the trailer?
Answer. The maximum weight capacity, or payload capacity, of the trailer will vary depending on the trailer's design and specifications.

Question. Can I use my own vehicle to tow the rental trailer?
Answer. Yes, in most cases, you can use your own vehicle to tow the rental trailer. However, ensure your vehicle has the appropriate towing capacity and a compatible hitch.

Question. Is insurance included in the rental cost?
Answer. Some rental companies may offer insurance coverage as part of the rental package, while others may require you to provide your own insurance. Check with the rental company for insurance options and requirements.

Question. Are there any mileage restrictions for trailer rentals?
Answer. Some trailers may have mileage restrictions, while others may offer unlimited mileage. Inquire about any mileage limitations and associated fees when renting.

Question. What are the requirements for towing vehicles?
Answer. Depending on the trailer being rented, there may be specific requirements for the towing vehicle, including minimum towing capacity, appropriate hitch type, and electrical connections. Ensure your vehicle meets these requirements.

Question. Do I need to provide a security deposit?
Answer. A security deposit is required, which is refunded upon the safe return of the trailer. The deposit amount can vary depending on the trailer rented, so ask our service department about each trailers specific policy.

Remember that these are general answers, and trailer rental policies may vary. It's always recommended to contact Leonard Truck and Trailer directly for accurate and detailed information based on your specific rental needs.

 


 

Trailer Rentals and Rent-to-Own programs are two distinct options for acquiring a trailer. Here are the key differences between them:

  • Ownership

    Trailer Rentals:
    With trailer rentals, you do not own the trailer. You are essentially paying for the temporary use of the trailer for a specific period.

     

    Rent-to-Own:
    Rent-to-Own programs offer the opportunity to eventually own the trailer. Initially, you rent the trailer with the intention of purchasing it through a structured payment plan over time.

  • Duration

    Trailer Rentals:
    Rentals are typically short-term arrangements ranging from a few hours to days, weeks, or months. You return the trailer to the Leonard Truck and Trailer once your rental period is over.

     

    Rent-to-Own:
    Rent-to-Own programs are longer-term agreements. They involve a rental period, during which you make regular payments, with the goal of ownership. The rental period can span several months or even years.

  • Financial Commitment

    Trailer Rentals:
    Renting a trailer involves paying a rental fee for the duration of your rental period. You do not make payments toward owning the trailer.

     

    Rent-to-Own:
    In a Rent-to-Own program, you make regular payments that contribute toward the eventual ownership of the trailer. A portion of your payments is typically allocated towards the purchase price.

  • Return or Ownership

    Trailer Rentals:
    At the end of your rental period, you return the trailer to the rental company.

     

    Rent-to-Own:
    Once you have completed the required payment plan, you become the owner of the trailer. Ownership is transferred to you, and you no longer need to make rental payments.

  • Flexibility

    Trailer Rentals:
    Renting a trailer provides flexibility as you can choose different trailers for different projects or durations. It allows you to use a trailer as needed without the long-term commitment of ownership.

     

    Rent-to-Own:
    Rent-to-Own programs offer flexibility as well, but primarily in terms of eventually owning the trailer. You can use the trailer during the rental period, but the focus is on acquiring ownership over time.

 

It's important to note that specific rental and Rent-to-Own programs may have their own terms, conditions, and variations. It's advisable to review the specific terms of each option and consider your needs, budget, and long-term goals before deciding which option is most suitable for you.

 


 

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