- Class A motorhome will generally be loaded and shipped on a lowboy trailer while smaller class B or class c motorhomes transport on flatbeds or wedge trailers.
Motorhome Drive Away
- Affordability is the most notable advantage of driveaway service. A personalized licensed and insured driver will get behind the wheel and drive the RV to delivery destination.
Prepare RV Motorhome & Travel Trailer for Shipping
We ask that you carefully prepare your RV or travel trailer for transport. Following these simple steps will help make sure that there are no safety incidents or delays during your RV or travel trailer transport.
- 1 | Lights: Check your trailer lights to ensure they are working properly. ( brake, turn, clearance, license plate etc.) Trailer Wheels & Axles: Inspect the wheels and axles on your trailer for proper lubrication. It is recommended that bearings, bearing seals and bearing cups on a trailer be greased every 12 months or 12,000 miles.
- 2 | Weight: Do NOT overload your RV trailer. Check the gross trailer weight rating (GTWR) of your trailer to prevent overloading.
- 3 | Hitch: All trailers have a designated hitch type depending on their gross trailer weight. It is important that your trailer have the proper hitch type to safely tow.
- 4 | Personal Items: Any personal items inside your trailer or RV must be properly secured. Make sure cabinet doors are closed, locked if possible, and any items that are not mounted, be removed or placed in a secure area in the trailer.
- 5 | Power Supply: Disable your trailer’s power supply.
- 6 | Hazardous Materials: Gas tanks, propane tanks, ammunition or any possible dangerous materials should be removed from the trailer. Our carriers can be fined if such items are found in the trailer while in transport.