A West Australian based company www.bulldogtrading.com.au has revolutionised the everyday trailer by creating a world first in folding trailers and solving the ever increasing problem of a lack of space.
Bulldog Trading founder and engineer Paul Crane said unlike the traditional trailer that sat in the driveway or shed, this new range of trailers folded away in seconds and could be kept in a cupboard inside the home or business.
“This new trailer really is revolutionising the industry at a time when we’re living in small houses, on smaller blocks or in apartments,” said Mr Crane.
“In fact most people no longer own a trailer because of the space issue,” he said.
“This trailer can be used to pull a boat, motorcycle, equipment or even taking rubbish to the tip.”
“Women are now allowing trailers back in the home because of their compact size and ability to be stored out of sight.”
“My friend’s wives love them because they can be wheeled in and out of a broom cupboard as easily as a wheel barrow and no longer clutter teh garage, patio or front verge.”
Mr Crane said the fold away trailer had many applications for businesses not just the home.
“Local Governments re zoning policies have severely reduced the average land size minimising the amount of space available for the common utility / box top trailer,” he said.
“The space issue has been the driving force behind the development for the trailers and the ever increasing costs associated with storage facilities.”
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