title pawn Collateral Loans for Trailers
Use your trailer to get the money you need now!
Use Your Trailer To Get A title pawn Loan!
Unique Funding provides collateral loans on a wide variety of trailers, whether it’s motorcycle trailers, construction trailers, car trailers, dump trailers, livestock trailers, and more.
We understand that there are times when you simply need money quickly. Whether you need cash for operating expenses, past due receivables, unexpected repairs, or any other reason, we can provide the cash you need fast!
It’s simple and you don’t have to worry about your credit score. Whatever the situation you find yourself in, we can help. We can get you the cash if you have the title to your trailer, truck, as well as heavy equipment! We have programs in place that let you use the equity of your collateral, even if you have a bad credit score.
The loan process is simple. Just fill out a short application and bring the title for the truck or trailer that you want to use as collateral. Once we determine the value of your trailer, we can give you a dollar amount we can loan you using that as collateral. The trailer will need to be brought to our physical location for a final determination of value and loan amount. In nearly all cases, trailer title pawns are held in a secure storage facility for duration of loan.
We work with all types of trailers, heavy equipment, and trucks, which include:
There are specially designed trailers that carry certain types of cargo and are used mostly with a dolly, double gooseneck, and perimeter trailers. For example, a specialty trailer would be a trailer, which carries multiple vehicles to a dealership or other location.
Power Only Trailers
Basically, these types of trailers are used to tow other trailers. The dimension and weight of the trailer depends on what is being towed and the state you are in.
Side Kit Trailers
These types of trailers are inclined to have fiberglass or plywood paneling. Mostly they are used for carrying cargo that can’t be packaged or put in crates like gravel or dirt. The maximum load they can handle is 45,000 pounds.
These types of trailers have a rolling tarp and are enclosed freight systems. The tarp covers the trailer and can be removed as needed and protects the cargo inside.
Removable Gooseneck Trailers (RGN)
These trailers can carry tall and heavy cargo up to 150,000 pounds and feature a detachable front portion, allowing the driver to drop the trailer down to the ground, creating a ramp.
Stretch Single Drop Deck Trailer
These types of trailers are designed to carry very long objects. They include extra protection and length, so the objects won’t hang off the edge.
Stretch Double Drop Trailers
Similar to the Stretch Single Drop Deck trailers, these trailers permit longer, oversized objects to fit nicely without the chance of falling off. Its lower deck allows you to load products that can be as tall as 10 feet and comes with a so-called “well”, a longer piece at the trailer’s back deck and a middle portion.
Step Deck Trailers
A step deck trailer, also known as a drop deck or lowboy trailer, is designed to carry tall objects that exceed the legal height limit if transported on a standard flatbed trailer. Carrying tall shipments on a step-deck prevents drivers from having to obtain permits.
Like Step Deck trailers, Lowboy trailers and are designed to carry very tall cargo, such as heavy equipment, and are tougher than the average trailer.
A dry van is a type of semi-trailer that’s fully enclosed to protect cargo from outside elements. They are designed to transport shipments that are loose or boxed. They are unable to carry oversized shipments like flatbed trailers and aren’t temperature-controlled like the refrigerated trailers.
Extendable Flatbed Trailers
Similar to the standard flatbeds, this type of trailer transports the same cargo, except for one thing. They can carry extremely long objects and can be up to 80 feet long and keep any cargo from hanging off the edge.
The flatbed trailer is a type of open deck trailer that is not enclosed, mostly used for carrying industrial supplies. Flatbed trailers are very versatile, which is an added benefit for carriers. It is a standard form trailer, without a roof or sides, providing easy loading and unloading.
This type of trailer also known as a “dry bulk tank” is basically a metal cylinder with a series of cone-shaped hoppers. These openings or “manholes” at the top of the hopper are for loading dry bulk and are usually gravity fed from a silo.
These trailers commonly referred to as “reefers” are specially designed with insulation to maintain the temperature of the cargo inside. They carry temperature-sensitive goods which can include food, chemicals, medical supplies, blood, computers, and sometimes dry items as well.
Get a Trailer Title Pawn from Unique Funding
Unique Funding can help you access the equity you have in your trailers for the cash you need today. Most trailers, heavy equipment, or commercial vehicles can be used for collateral. Even if your credit isn’t the best, we can assist you. Give us a call and speak to one of our trailer title pawn experts.
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