1. 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

  2. 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

  3. 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

  4. A Few More Simple Boat Trailer Maintenance Tips

    In our previous blog we took a look at some of the most important and simple maintenance tasks that you can perform on your trailer, whether you have an aluminum boat trailer or galvanized trailers from LoadRite Canada. For instance, it’s important to wash your boat trailer after use, but it’s equally important to dry it before putting it into storage. You’ll also want to check the electrica…Read More

  5. 5 Simple Boat Trailer and Equipment Hauler Maintenance Tasks

      In a previous blog we discussed some of the most important trailer maintenance you can perform yourself when dealing with your boat trailer or equipment hauler. You can tighten any bolts that come loose from road vibration, and check your tail lights every time you hook up the trailer to your vehicle. Of course, you should keep your tires as well-maintained as possible, because thin or cracked …Read More

  6. The Best Boats On The Best Boat Trailers

    Our website is a great resource for helping you decide which boat trailer is for you. Beyond that, our contact page is a simple way to get in touch with a LoadRite Canada representative when you have questions and you can’t find the answer. Still, bringing your boat in is the best way to make you you find that perfect boat trailer for sale. But that invites the question if you’re buying a new …Read More

  7. Should You Choose An Aluminum or Galvanized Boat Trailer? (Infographic)

      When it comes to purchasing a boat trailer, you probably already know the approximate size you’re going to need. You’ll need a small boat trailer for if you have a 14-foot boat, and a large boat trailer for anything that’s over 20 foot long. The size of boat trailer you need is pretty much determined by your boat. The only time you might need a bigger boat trailer than fits the size of yo…Read More

  8. Basic Maintenance For Your Boat Trainer or Equipment Hauler

    While LoadRite boat trailers come with an excellent coupler to tailgate warranty, you still need to do your best to take care of it. We will certainly stand behind the craftsmanship and materials we put into our aluminum and galvanized trailers, but ensuring that proper maintenance is taken care of is up to you. Here are a few things you need to watch out for in order to keep your boat trailer in …Read More

  9. How To Properly Wash A Galvanized or Aluminum Boat Trailer

      While both galvanized and aluminum boat trailers are meant to get wet, there are contaminants in all types of water that you’ll want to get off as soon as possible. Here’s what you need to do to keep your LoadRite boat trailer in the best possible shape. Wash Your Boat Trailer Most people know that it’s important to wash your trailer after you use it, no matter if it’s a galvanized or a…Read More

  10. Aluminum Boat Trailers and Utility Trailers: Who’s Buying What?

      When you stop by LoadRite to check out our utility trailers or aluminum boat trailers, who’s going to be there with you? We sell to many different kinds of people, but it pretty much breaks down to two types: customers who are here for fun and those who are here for business. Who do we like to work with most? Let’s take a look at our customers. The Business People We truly enjoy those of yo…Read More