Low loaders are semi-trailers that are hired by individuals or businesses involved in construction work to move big equipment such as bulldozers, industrial equipment, etc. from one place to the next.
Low loaders are very useful trailers for transporting equipment in the construction industry. You can also hover over this site to look for the best low-loaders.
This trailer is often referred to as a "low loader" because it is lower than the trailer that a particular operator uses. But they are not the lowest.
This trailer has a detachable neck (also known as an interchangeable neck) to allow heavy loads or vegetation to move at the lowest possible height.
With a low loader, high loads can also be transported closer to the ground, which offers additional space on the bridge compared to other trailers.
A low load trailer (or low load trailer) is a designation for a trailer whose main deck height is lower than the rear wheel height of the trailer.
The low load trailer deck consists of two stages: one from the upper deck above the fifth wheels and the other from the rear deck above the trailer wheels. Low loaders are usually designed with double girders and a movable floor section so that the load can be between the girders.