If you've occasionally thought that having a utility trailer would make your life easier in certain situations but you don't envision using it regularly, renting a trailer is a viable option. Many trailer retailers that specialize in sales also have a rental department, which can mean that getting your perfect trailer — if even just for a week here and there — is easy. An added benefit of renting a trailer is that you know it will be in optimal condition and you won't have to worry about any maintenance tasks over time. Here are some different instances in which you can benefit from the rental of a utility trailer.
Child's Sports Events
Whether you coach your child's sports team or you're just a heavily involved parent, renting a trailer can be handy for traveling to tournaments — especially if you're carrying your child and some of his or her teammates and the storage space in your vehicle is limited. An enclosed utility trailer is perfect for not only the team's equipment bags, but also other items such as coolers, barbecues and more.
If you enjoy camping but don't visit the great outdoors more than once or twice per year, consider renting an enclosed utility trailer to make the entire process easier. It can be difficult to pack all your camping gear in the trunk of your vehicle, but a trailer will provide you with more than enough room to transport and store tents, coolers, recreational gear, fishing equipment and a host of other camping essentials.
Those who plan to enter a float in their local holiday parade can benefit from renting an open utility trailer. Trailers are a must for being memorable in holiday parades, and you and your group can spend time decorating it to suit the look of your business, community group or charity. Additionally, since you'll be traveling slowly, people can ride in the trailer and wave to the people attending the parade — and you can easily remove the decor items and return the trailer the next day.
Attending An Estate Sale
If you're an avid estate sale attendee and are always looking for deals on furniture items and other large household things, think about renting a utility trailer. In many cases, if you make large purchases, you'll need to arrange help from a friend with a truck or even make plans to rent a truck. With a short-term rental of an enclosed utility trailer, you can easily load your newly bought possessions — and maybe give a hand to any friends or neighbors who also made purchases — and then carry the products home. Contact a business, such as TRSC, for more information.