1. Preparing Yourself For The Spring Boat Trailer Purchase

    Many of us who love boating haven’t winterized our boat trailers or boats yet, hoping that we’ll get at least one more weekend when we can get out on the water. But the time to put them away is coming, and it’s coming soon. While you might be grilling all winter, the time to put the boat away is almost upon us. When you’re winterizing your old boat trailer, you might take a look at it and …Read More

  2. 2 Problems With Buying a Used Boat Trailer

      Here at LoadRite Canada, we’re big fans of “reduce, reuse, and recycle,” a phrase that you’ve probably heard a thousand times since its inception. When our parent company (one of the premier boat trailer manufacturers in the world) is making boat trailers large and small, recycling the unused steel and aluminum that goes into making the best boat trailers and utility trailers around is …Read More

  3. Winterizing Your Boat Trailer in 5 Easy Steps

    Yes, we know it’s only August, which often has some of the hottest days of summer. But before you know it, fall and winter will take over and you’ll have to stop your boating for the year. While Ontario has some beautiful boating months, there’s no doubt that winters can be brutal and the lakes themselves tell you that you’re not going to be using your boat during certain months of the yea…Read More

  4. Single Axle? Double Axle? Triple Axle? Which Boat Trailer Is Right For You?

    When many people visit our boat trailer yards in Innisfil or Monkland, they stare at the triple-axle boat trailer and say “wish I had one of those.” Of course, what they’re really saying is “I wish I had a boat that needed a trailer like that.” So you might wonder, what determines the number of axles you’re going to need on your boat trailer? If your boat is right on the edge between n…Read More

  5. Do You Need A Large Boat Trailer or a Small Boat Trailer?

    When you navigate our site and take a look at our boat trailers, you’ve probably noticed that the site is broken down by the different kinds of trailers we manufacture. So if you’re looking for a boat trailer, you won’t need to take a look at the utility trailers and equipment haulers we offer. And unless you’re looking for a jet ski trailer or pontoon trailer, you’re not going to head t…Read More

  6. Even The Best Canadian Boat Trailer Has Problems When You Don’t Maintain It

    Look, we have no trouble saying that we sell the best boat trailers in Canada. They’re expertly designed, well put together, and have amenities that are hard to beat. But that’s not to say that you don’t need to take care of it once you get it. While a good boat trailer will hold up better than a poorly built one when it comes to abuse, every boat trailer can meet an untimely end if a person…Read More

  7. Some Tips On Boat Trailer and Utility Trailer Lights

    When you’re the proud owner of a trailer, whether it’s a small boat trailer or a huge utility trailer, there can be that urge to get moving as quickly as possible. After all, the water is calling, and you’ve been waiting all week to get out on the water. With a utility trailer, you might want to get going because time is money, and your clients’ lawns aren’t going to mow themselves. But …Read More

  8. Tips For Towing a Boat Trailer

      Some of you reading this have been hauling boat trailers around for as long as you’ve been driving. You might have started with a small boat trailer for your 14’ foot boat, then over the years slowly worked your way up to a large boat trailer for a boat you want to spend days at a time on. Some of you might even have multiple boat trailers, such as one for your pond boat, one for lakes,…Read More

  9. 3 Reasons Our Boat Trailers Are Built For Canada

    There’s a good reason that Canada is in the name LoadRite Canada. We’re not building our boat trailers to deal with the Hawaiian humidity (though they could certainly hold up well.) We’re putting these trailers together with Canadians in mind, and, being Ontario citizens ourselves, know what our boat trailers are being used for. So, why are LoadRite Canada’s trailers so good for our fellow…Read More

  10. Dealing With the Wheels On Your Boat Trailer in Ontario

    In previous blogs, we’ve told you about the easiest ways to keep your new boat trailer looking and performing its best here in Ontario. First we told you about how important it is to keep your boat trailer clean and dry, including the electrical contacts and how to prevent them from rusting. We also discussed why it’s so important to keep the brakes in good shape, and how a snow/rain cover can…Read More