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Utility trailers can be a great investment, especially if you have lawn equipment or ATV's that need transporting to other locations. Whether you're taking kids back and forth to college, hauling household items to a local charity or getting your 4-wheeler ready for weekend camping, a utility trailer can be the answer to all of your hauling needs. When purchasing your first utility trailer, it's important to keep a few things in mind. For ATV and UTV hauling, it's important to consider an open trailer since they are generally less expensive, and these outdoor toys are designed to get dirty. Make sure you have plenty of tie-downs for your trailer since wheel chocks aren't a requirement for hauling ATV's and UTVs. Choose trailers that have easy-load functions, like a drive-on/drive-off trailer. If you'll also be hauling equipment like bobcats, you'll need a trailer that can handle the extra weight. You'll also need to consider your vehicle's hitch and towing capacity. Open trailers are the best choice for hauling larger power equipment because they are less expensive and built to handle the kind of wear-and-tear these larger machines can dish out. And don't forget to allow plenty of space for all of your lawn equipment--like trimmers, blowers, safety goggles and ear protection--when determining the right sized trailer for the job.