Nothing is worse than wanting to go for a four-wheeler ride only to discover that before you can hit the trails, you need to head to the gas station to get fuel. This wastes a lot of time, particularly when the gas station itself isn’t close by. To prevent this from happening in the future, turn to gas trailers. They provide fueling flexibility.
Now, the gas tank trailer concept itself is pretty similar to the large commercial grade models used to haul fuel to gas stations. However, the main difference is that instead of being oversized and only usable by a select few who have the proper license to operate one, a portable gas trailer is small, lightweight, and can be used by anyone. One will typically come equipped with a fuel tank and trailer package, allowing it to be transported from place to place.
Due to the fact that a fuel tank trailer is easy to transport, you can haul it to any location and have convenient access to fuel. So, for example, if you’re four-wheeling with your friends, you can fill it up before you go and take it with you on your trip. That way when you are running low on fuel, you can just fuel up your four-wheeler and keep riding.
Along with being a practical piece of equipment for having around when you’re four-wheeling, portable fuel trailers are ideal for using in other situations where fuel is required as well. Those situations include:
- At a marina or a boat landing. By having one around, you won’t have to trailer your boat, jet-ski, or other watercraft to get the fuel you need to run it.
- At your camping or hunting site. With one in place the fun doesn’t have to stop, especially if you need to keep a generator or camper running.
- At a construction site. By having one on site, then no one has to waste time throughout the day taking equipment to the gas station to fuel it up.
- On the road with you while traveling. A portable fuel trailer is the perfect way to ensure that you’re never without fuel when you’re going cross-country.
In the mobile fuel trailer industry, not all fuel trailers are created equal and it’s important to note that some are indeed better than others. At Gas Trailer, we take great pride in manufacturing a high quality product that features a fuel tank with a Special Permit from the DOT. Plus, the tanks are DOT approved for flammable liquids such as gasoline, Avgas, and kerosene while still being able to be used with non-flammables and diesel.
Right now, Gas Trailer has six different models to pick from and to see which one might be ideal for you, make your way to our main Gas Trailer web page. There you’ll see first hand why gas trailers provide fueling flexibility.