If you need a horse trailer for a short stretch of time, it makes more sense to rent one instead of buying it. You don’t have to worry about storing the trailer or handling routine maintenance. You just pick it up, use it, and drop it back off! Easy Car Haulers offers horse trailers for rent near South Lyon MI to make your journey as easy as possible.
- Brand-New Horse Trailers for Rent – 2 Horse Capacity + Tack
- Hourly, Daily, and Weekly Rental Rates Available
- Amazing Customer Service from a Locally Owned Company
- Well-Equipped Trailers with No Hidden Fees
- Get Your Full Deposit Back When the Horse Trailer Is Returned in Pre-Rental Condition
- Explore a Wide Range of Trailers for Rent to Find the Best Option for Your Needs
Contact us at (888) 672-1206 to book your horse trailer rental.
Should I Get a Horse Trailer or an Enclosed Trailer?
If you’re transporting livestock, you need to rent a horse trailer or similar open stock trailer. These trailers are specifically designed for moving live animals because they have windows at the top for airflow. An enclosed trailer has solid walls on all sides and is designed to transport furniture, tools, boxes, appliances, etc.
Easy Car Haulers offers enclosed trailers, open car haulers, wide equipment trailers, tilt deck over trailers, and horse trailers for rent near South Lyon MI. Contact us at (888) 672-1206 to reserve your trailer rental.
How to Use Your Rental Horse Trailer
Here are some tips for driving, parking, and operating one of our horse trailers for rent:
- Park the Trailer in an Area Free of Obstacles So That the Horses Can Safely Approach
- Completely Hook Up the Trailer Before Loading the Animals Inside
- Close Most or All of the Side Windows While You Drive to Reduce the Risk of Injury
- Gently Guide the Horse on the Trailer
- Close the Compartment Door before Tying the Horse(s) in Place
- Exit through the Smaller Door at the Front of the Trailer
- Maintain a Steady Speed on the Road (Avoid Harsh Braking and Accelerating)
- Periodically Pull over to Check on the Horses, and Use Your Mirrors to Monitor the Trailer as You Drive
- Prepare for Wide Turns and Keep up Your Momentum as You Turn
- Consider How You’ll Unload the Livestock When You Select a Parking Spot