Open Car Trailer Without Ramps

When considering an open car trailer there are a number of things to think about.  Most car enthusiasts have experienced the frustrations of using a typical trailer.  Hassling with ramps, and struggling to get out of your car can be avoided if you do your homework.

Ramps are a hassle with an open car trailer.  They are often heavy, bulking and never long enough to load a low car.  Our open car trailer the JIMGLO Ego is one way to avoid the hassle of ramps.  Using the philosophy of making the most user friendly open car trailer on the planet we created the quickest, simplest loading trailer ever.  Check out this video on youtube to see how simple life can be without ramps.

The struggle to exit your car after loaded onto an open car trailer is usually the next major issue especially if you have an extremely low car.  None of us ever want to crawl out of our car window again.  Having a trailer that has a low profile design will be beneficial, but having removable fenders is going to be a must have feature.

Towing should be easy even if you choose to tow with a light duty truck or SUV.  Added weight means more stress on your tow vehicle and of course more fuel stops.  An open car trailer built using aircraft grade aluminum will reduce weight and make towing easy.  As quoted by Street Rodder Magazine when towing a '31 roadster pickup at highway speeds, we "could barely tell it was there". Check out their entire article here.