Enclosed Gooseneck Trailers
A good place to start your shopping process is with our FAQs.
You need a gooseneck trailer that is made and engineered for years of service. Many manufacturers build enclosed gooseneck trailers but it normally takes much time to find and research them. You will find the largest list of brands and dealers at CargoTrailerGuide.com and trailer user reviews and ratings. We also provide you with other helpful information such as how trailer are built.
Gooseneck trailers should be constructed using higher quality standards. The chassis and frame should be built using heavy duty tubing for strength and durability. One piece seamless aluminum roof is available from many manufacturers. Some trailers have 16? on-center flooring and walls and A-Grade 3/4? plywood flooring. Heavy duty materials help to prevent the twisting and torque problems that occur with some enclosed gooseneck trailers brands.
Some cargo trailers come with standard features and upgrades including:
- Torsion axles– each wheel rides independently over bumps without affecting another wheel, even if on the same axle
- Screwless exterior walls provide a smoother look and better sealing
- LED exterior lights that are brighter and consume less power
- “A” grade plywood interior walls
- Aluminum frames that are lighter and long-lasting
Commercial quality gooseneck trailers can also come with an almost unlimited combination of options. Normal sizes range from 24 to 52 feet, with tandem, triple, or quadruple axles and can be customized for your specific hauling needs.
CargoTrailerGuide.com will help you find quality cargo trailers and make it easy to get prices using our GAQ (Get a Quote) system. After deciding on the brand and dealer, simply click our GAQ button on the dealer page to get direct quotes and then easily compare them to find the best value.