Trailer Condition Definitions
A "new" trailer rating means that the trailer is in brand new condition as received directly from the manufacturer.
An "excellent" trailer rating means that the trailer looks great, is in excellent mechanical condition and needs no reconditioning. The paint is glossy and the paint, body and interior are free of any wear or visible defects. There is no rust. The tires are the proper size, matching and are new or nearly new. A clean title history is assured.
A "good" trailer rating means that the trailer is free of any major defects. The paint, body and interior have only minor (if any) blemishes, and there are no major mechanical problems. Rust is very minimal. The tires match and have substantial tread wear left. A "good" trailer may need some reconditioning to be considered 'perfect', however major reconditioning is unnecessary. Many of our trailers fall into this category. A clean title history is assured.
A "fair" trailer rating means that the trailer probably has some mechanical defects, but is still in safe running condition. The paint, body and/or interior need work for the trailer to be considered in 'good' shape. The tires may also need to be replaced. There may also be some repairable rust damage. The value of trailers in this category varies widely.