Drop Frame Van Trailer Transport and On Time Delivery
Professional drivers, certified, licensed, and bonded for your safety and ours, can make a difference when you're hauling a heavy drop frame trailer. These types of trailers come in two varieties – electronics and moving. Electronics vans have a flat floor that avoids the shorter tires, preventing wheel boxes on the trailer from taking up space in the trailer's interior. This allows larger equipment, especially that which is unusually shaped, to travel more easily. Large paletted loads may also travel more easily in these vans.
Drop-frame van trailers generally fall into one of two varieties: electronics and moving. Electronics vans tend to have a flat floor inside that runs above shorter tires to avoid wheel boxes that encroach into the trailer's interior. These characteristics make the trailer better-suited to hauling large equipment, vehicles, or large, palletized loads that would be harder to load in a trailer with obstructions such as wheel boxes. The lower floors also make frequent loading and unloading easier, as you wouldn't necessarily need loading dock access or a forklift. Let’s get started! (800) 908-6206
Types of Drop Frame Van Trailers Heavy Haulers Ships
● 48 Ft Drop Frame Van Trailers
● 53 Ft Drop Frame Van Trailers
● Roadside Door Opening Drop Frame Van Trailers
● Aluminum Roof Drop Frame Van Trailers