Trucks can be rigid in combination (short, medium, or long) or main engine (tractor) short or multiple combined. You can turn to leading trailer manufacturers and find the best one for your job.

The types of cargo and trailers they carry are:

Highway transportation: car transport by highway conveyor. Special knowledge is required to load and operate this type of trailer. You can look forward to helping the car on the other end.

Boat Transportation: Small boats can often be transported by towing small trucks or even cars. Larger ships, however, require a special low trailer ("low tad") and may require a pilot vehicle and a transport plan. Avoid low bridges if they are too big. Low trailer allows extra high loads.

Dry goods: Most goods are dry goods that are dragged on board either by small or medium trucks or from container ships or semi-trailers.

Flat bed: Flat bed that is often used to transport other vehicles or large objects such as concrete pipes and water tanks. Flatbed trailers are used specifically for forestry. Some flatbed trailers are tilted so that the vehicle can be loaded from behind.

Some flatbed trailers are used for a specific purpose, e.g. carrying heavy loads and large equipment such as cranes and mining machinery.

Reef or refrigerated containers and trucks: these frozen, chilled or temperature sensitive items. This can be a separate container (standard size) or a truck from a truck.

Specialized trucks: trucks such as tow trucks, cement mixers, cranes, mini trucks, airport trucks, road vehicles, etc.