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3 Reasons to Add a Dolly Trailer to Your Motorhome

Sherri Craig

If you want to make your motorhome more useful on trips and vacations, then you can add a dolly trailer to it. These trailers hitch on to the back of your vehicle. They can carry a car. They hold the front wheels of the car on the trailer while the back wheels stay on the ground.

What are the benefits of using a dolly trailer on your motorhome?

1. Take Your Car on Trips

While your motorhome gives you a home away from home, this vehicle won't always make your trip complete. If you want to use a caravan park as a sightseeing base, then you might not want to take your motorhome out to make short day trips. It might be too big, especially if parking is limited or you'll drive on smaller roads.

If you add a dolly trailer, then you can take your regular car on your motorhome trips. You can then park the motorhome up and use your car to get around during your stay. You get the best of both worlds.

2. Save Money on Trailer Costs

While you might be able to hitch a regular car trailer on to your motorhome, these trailers are bigger. They increase your costs.

For a start, regular trailers are more expensive to buy than dolly trailers. Dolly trailers are smaller and cost less to make. So, your purchasing costs will be lower.

Plus, you won't have to pay extra charges when you book caravan and camping sites. Regular trailers take up a lot of space. Some sites will charge you extra to bring the trailer on site and to keep it next to your motorhome. You usually don't have to pay extra for a dolly trailer. It doesn't extend that far back and has a much smaller footprint.

3. Get Easier Storage

Regular car trailers have to be big enough to hold a car. Their size can give you some storage headaches. If you're already storing your motorhome and a car at home, then you might not have any garage or driveway space left over for a full trailer.

Dolly trailers are much smaller. You can leave them on the motorhome when it is parked up without losing much space if you wish. Or, you can easily stand them up in a garage or shed.

To find out more about dolly trailers and to find out which products will suit your motorhome and car, contact auto trailer suppliers.


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