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€13 900
Construction year
2009
Mileage
1,000 km

Box trailers

€6 500
Construction year
2007

Other trailers

€15 500
Construction year
2004
€14 900
Construction year
2003
Gross weight
12,000 kg
Mileage
1,000 km
€3 900
Construction year
2004
Mileage
1,000 km
€6 900
Construction year
1998
Mileage
1,000 km

Other trailers

€6 950
Construction year
2007
€15 900
Construction year
2008
Gross weight
20,000 kg
Mileage
1,000 km
€19 500
Construction year
2013
Gross weight
30,000 kg
Mileage
1,000 km

Flatbed open trailers

Price upon request
Construction year
2010
€5 900
Construction year
2003
Gross weight
3,500 kg
€9 950
Construction year
1973
Gross weight
15,000 kg
Price upon request
Construction year
2014
Mileage
1,000 km
€15 900
Construction year
2008
Gross weight
20,000 kg
Mileage
1,000 km
€12 500
Construction year
2008
Gross weight
18,000 kg
€12 900
Construction year
1997
Gross weight
20,000 kg
€5 900
Construction year
2005
Gross weight
13,500 kg

Reefer/isolated/freezer

€11 250
Construction year
2007

Reefer/isolated/freezer

€13 250
Construction year
2007

Other trailers

€5 900
Construction year
2006

Box trailers

€5 750
Construction year
2006

Other trailers

€9 250
Construction year
2008

Flatbed tarpaulin trailers

€5 175
Construction year
2007

Flatbed tarpaulin trailers

€5 000
Construction year
2006

Flatbed tarpaulin trailers

€4 950
Construction year
2007
€6 900
Construction year
2008
€6 900
Construction year
2008

Flatbed tarpaulin trailers

€4 250
Construction year
2008
€6 900
Construction year
2008
€7 950
Construction year
2006
Gross weight
750 kg
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Trailers

Trailers are generally unmotorized vehicles that cannot move by themselves and need to be towed by a motorized vehicle. They are commonly used for the transport of materials and never for the transport of people. Trailers are unfurnished and commonly consist of a steel or aluminum body, as well as two to four wheels. There are exceptions, however: some trailers are motorised and attached to a single cabin, most similar to trucks. Tipper and dumper trailers, for instance, belong to the category of trailers but look a lot like tipper and dumper trucks.

Connecting to a vehicle

Trailers can be connected to any towing vehicle with a trailer hitch, fifth-wheel coupling or other type of tow bar. After, the trailer’s electrical system also needs to be hooked up with the vehicle’s electrical system to make sure lights, break lights and turn signals work properly. After connecting the trailer, the cargo can be loaded. Trailers are often used for transporting a boat, small car, camper or other recreational vehicles. The length and width of the trailer can vary greatly.

Longer tongue

Steering a trailer requires some practice: the length of the tongue is always considered an important aspect. The longer the tongue on a trailer, the easier it becomes for the towing vehicle to steer the trailer. There should be less weight on the towing vehicle and more on the trailer, so that stability is maintained. Since most trailers are unmotorized vehicles, they need no engine maintenance and are therefore relatively low-cost in maintenance.

Availability on Tradus

Tradus offers many kinds of used trailers, which can be divided into several categories. Tipper/dumper trailers, low beds, trailers for the agribusiness, livestock trailers, car transport trailers and many other types are often listed online. Brands include Humbaur, Sonstige, Brenderup, Ifor Williams, Pronar, Kone, Meyer, and many others throughout Europe.