Motorcycle Trailer U-HaulRegular price $0.00
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U-Haul motorcycle trailers are affordable, lightweight and easy to tow. Our motorcycle trailer rentals come equipped with an easy-access loading ramp, heavy-duty tie-down rings and a built-in motorcycle chock. The motorcycle trailer rental is great for quick hauls to the shop or a long round-trip.
- Safe and affordable
- Lightweight and easy to tow
- EZ loading ramp
Our motorcycle trailers for rent have a maximum towing capacity of 950 lbs, with almost 30 square feet of deck space for more loading opportunities. Whether you are transporting a motorcycle across town, to repair shops, or round trip to an out of town motorcycle event in another state or province, U-Haul’s motorcycle trailer will work for you. The motorcycle trailer rental is both affordable and reliable.
If you need to move a motorcycle a long distance and want to leave the trailer at the destination, please refer to our 5x9 open ramp trailer. U-Haul’s 5x9 open ramp trailers are available for one way moves, whereas the motorcycle trailers must be returned to the original location.
Save time by reserving and scheduling your motorcycle trailer rental online today. We put safety first, so all motorcycle trailer customers are advised to load the trailer heavier in front, secure your cargo with the appropriate straps, drive slower than you normally would, and please, always wear your seatbelt.
- Inside: 7'8" x 3'9.5" (LxW)
- Ramp width: 3'9"
- Built-in Motorcycle Chock
- Easy-access loading ramp
- Heavy-duty tie-down rings
- Lowest deck
- Max load: 1600 lbs.
- Gross vehicle weight: 2,400 lbs. max.
- Empty weight: 800 lbs.
- Ramp Capacity: 1,550 lbs.
- 29 sq. ft.
All rental truck and trailer measurements are approximate. The equipment you receive may vary in size, based on the engineering/design specifications of multiple-production models.