A trailer with multiple compartments designed to transport different aggregate materials separately, often used in construction and road-building applications.
The weight borne by a single axle, usually measured in pounds or kilograms, which affects the load distribution and balance of a trailer.
Designed to empty its load from the bottom, this trailer type is suitable for materials that need precise placement or for situations where overhead clearance is limited.
An electronic device installed in a tow vehicle to manage the trailer’s brakes. It sends signals to the trailer’s brake system, allowing for synchronized braking and safer towing.
A type of trailer with flexible sides that can be easily opened like a curtain, providing quick access to the cargo area.
Refers to adhering to safety and regulatory standards established by the Department of Transportation for the safe transportation of hazardous materials, especially critical in the oil and gas industry.
A safety inspection conducted by the Department of Transportation to ensure compliance with regulations, covering areas such as brakes, lights, tires, and more.
A type of heavy trailer with a lowered deck in the center, allowing for the transport of taller cargo without exceeding height regulations. Drop deck trailers are commonly used in the transportation of heavy equipment.
A dry van trailer is a type of enclosed trailer commonly used in the transportation industry to haul and protect a wide range of goods. Unlike open trailers or flatbed trailers, which have an open platform, a dry van trailer is fully enclosed, providing a secure and weatherproof environment for cargo. It is one of…
A digital device that monitors a trailer’s movement and records driving hours to ensure compliance with Hours of Service (HOS) regulations.