Sunday, 20 July 2014

5th wheel towing, transport and delivery

We provide a towing, transport and delivery service for American fifth wheel caravans. Our tow vehicle is a specially equipped Ford F350. Our F350 is powered by a mighty 6.0 litre diesel engine, fitted with a 5th wheel towing hitch and has a factory fitted, integrated brake controller, plus US and European tow bar electrics. It is the ultimate tow vehicle, especially for American trailers as they are designed and built to be towed by this kind of vehicle and primarily, the American trucks are designed and built to tow trailers such as these. European pick up trucks, such as the Nissan Navara, really aren't up to the job.

Fifth wheels are difficult to tow. It's not necessary to go to the expense of buying a suitable pick up truck to use for only a few weeks a year, or if you choose to use it all year round, suffering high fuel and running costs and try parking an 2.4m wide, 6.25m long truck in the office or supermarket car park!  Additionally, the larger 5th wheels need a C+E licence (Class 1 HGV). There are many people who find towing a small 5th wheel a daunting prospect, let alone a 12m long, 7 tonne one in mainland Europe on the 'wrong' side of the road. Don't let this stop you from enjoying the benefits of owning a large, luxury American 5th wheel caravan anywhere in Europe.

Monster Moovers have many thousands of miles under our belt delivering 5th wheels all over Europe, we can take the hassle out of towing your 5th wheel and you can relax and enjoy your trailer, anywhere you want to, when you want to.

There are other companies offering a 5th wheel delivery service but none have the credentials, experience and reputation of Monster Moovers.

To join the growing number of satisfied customers who trust Monster Moovers to transport their 5th wheel trailers, for further information or to discuss your requirements, please get in touch. Details on the contact page.

5th wheel arriving at a site in France

5th wheel delivery in France
and delivered to it's pitch for the summer

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