Do I need a CDL with a 36-foot trailer?

Answer Commercial Driver License requirements do not rely on trailer length but on weight. In general, if you haul a trailer with a manufacturer's weight rating (GVWR) of 10,001 pounds or more and the com... Read More »

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How many cubic feet are in a 53-foot trailer?

In order to calculate the cubic feet in a 53-foot trailer, there are three measurements needed. The length of the trailer, the width of a trailer and the height of the trailer. Once the measurement... Read More »

How much does a 32 foot four horse trailer weigh?

A general rule of thumb for figuring the weight of an empty 32 foot horse trailer is to take the box weight--not counting the nose of the trailer--and multiply it by 275 lbs. For example, if the 32... Read More »

How to Alley Dock a 70-Foot Tractor-Trailer?

Alley docking a 70-foot tractor-trailer is no different from alley docking a 50-foot tractor-trailer. Alley docking, as the name implies, means to back into a narrow space or between two other vehi... Read More »

How Many Horses Can Be Hauled in a 24-Foot Stock Trailer?

Safety is the most important factor when hauling horses. Traditional stock trailers provide a safe, effective method of horse transportation. Before loading any animals into your trailer, find out ... Read More »