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Tilt Trailers for Rent

United Rentals carries a comprehensive selection of tilt-deck flatbed trailers for rent, with options ranging from our smallest 6-8 foot trailers to our largest 20 foot trailers.

For our full list of tilt trailers for rent, view the items below. For more information, visit our resource section.

Cat Class Code
920-2079

16 ft. Tilt Deck Flatbed Trailer, Tandem Axle

  • 16' deck length
  • 11,000 lb. payload capacity
  • 3,000 lb. empty weight
  • 14,000 lb. GVWR; CDL required for operation
  • Uses: Ideal for towing heavy-duty tools, equipment and machinery
Black Barretto single axle utility trailer
Cat Class Code
920-3000

6-8 ft. Tilt Deck Flatbed Trailer, Single Axle

  • 6-8 ft. deck length depending on model
  • 1,700-2,400 lb. payload capacity
  • 500 lb. empty weight
  • 2,200-2,900 lb. GVWR depending on model
  • Uses: Ideal for towing smaller equipment like lawn mowers and other lightweight machinery
Blue Felling utility trailer
Cat Class Code
920-3020

10-16 ft. Tilt Deck Flatbed Trailer, Tandem Axle

  • 10-16 ft. deck length depending on model
  • 6,580-9,400 lb. payload capacity depending on model
  • 2,600-3,400 lb. empty weight depending on model
  • 9,980-12,000 lb. GVWR; contact your local United Rentals representative to confirm CDL requirements
  • Uses: Ideal for towing heavy-duty tools, equipment and machinery
Cat Class Code
920-3150

16 ft. Tilt Deck Flatbed Trailer, Tandem Axle

  • 16 ft. deck length
  • 7,300 lb. payload capacity
  • 2,699 lb. empty weight
  • 9,999 lb. GVWR; contact a United Rentals representative to confirm CDL requirements
  • Uses: Ideal for towing heavy-duty tools, equipment and machinery
Blue Anderson tilt trailer
Cat Class Code
920-5700

12 ft. Tilt Deck Flatbed Trailer, Single Axle

  • 12' deck length
  • 5,350-6,000 lb. payload capacity depending on model
  • 1,650-2,000 lb. empty weight depending on model
  • 6,000-8,000 lb. GVWR depending on model
  • Uses: Ideal for transporting ride-on equipment or vehicles
Black Felling tilt trailer
Cat Class Code
920-5710

14-16 ft. Tilt Deck Flatbed Trailer, Tandem Axle

  • 14-16 ft. deck length depending on model
  • 5,500-7,000 lb. payload capacity depending on model
  • 2,500-3,000 lb. empty weight depending on model
  • 8,800-10,000 lb. GVWR depending on model; contact your local United Rentals representative to confirm CDL requirements
  • Uses: Ideal for transporting ride-on equipment or vehicles
Black Felling Tandem Axle Tilt Trailer
Cat Class Code
920-5720

14-16 ft. Tilt Deck Flatbed Trailer, Tandem Axle

  • 14-16 ft. deck length depending on model
  • 11,000-12,000 lb. payload capacity depending on model
  • 3,500-3,820 lb. empty weight depending on model
  • 14,500-15,820 lb. GVWR depending on model; CDL required for operation
  • Uses: Ideal for towing heavy-duty equipment and machinery
Trailers Supercategory
Cat Class Code
920-5725

20 ft. Tilt Deck Flatbed Trailer, Tandem Axle

  • 20' deck length
  • 13,420 lb. payload capacity
  • 4,080 lb. empty weight
  • 17,500 lb. GVWR; CDL required for operation
  • Uses: Ideal for towing heavy-duty equipment and machinery
Trailers Supercategory
Cat Class Code
920-5800

12-16 ft. Tilt Deck Flatbed Trailer, Tandem Axle

  • 12-16 ft. deck length depending on model
  • 6,580-7,390 lb. payload capacity depending on model
  • 2,600-3400 lb. empty weight depending on model
  • 9,980-9,990 GVWR depending on model; contact your local United Rentals representative to confirm CDL requirements
  • Uses: Ideal for towing medium-duty equipment and machinery
Blue Felling Drop Deck Trailer
Cat Class Code
920-5820

16-18 ft. Tilt Deck Flatbed Trailer, Tandem Axle

  • 16-18 ft. deck length depending on model
  • 6,580-7,390 lb. payload capacity depending on model
  • 3,010-3,400 lb. empty weight
  • 9,980-10,400 lb. GVWR depending on model; contact your local United Rentals representative to confirm CDL requirements
  • Uses: Ideal for towing medium-duty equipment and machinery
Blue Felling Drop Deck Trailer
Cat Class Code
920-5840

14-16 ft. Tilt Deck Flatbed Trailer, Tandem Axle

  • 14-16 ft. deck length depending on model
  • 7,376-11,520 lb. payload capacity depending on model
  • 2,614-2,980 lb. empty weight depending on model
  • 9,990-14,500 lb. GVWR depending on model; contact your local United Rentals representative to confirm CDL requirements
  • Uses: Ideal for towing heavy-duty equipment and machinery
Resources

FAQs About Tilt Trailers

Tilt-deck trailers are ideal for towing heavy-duty equipment and machinery. With an hydraulically powered tilt function, operators can efficiently load heavy cargo, especially wheeled machinery like vehicles, construction hardware and lawn care equipment. We have both single- and tandem-axle models available, and our tilt trailers range in payload capacity from 1,700 pounds to over 13,000 pounds to cover a wide range of towing needs. All our tilt-deck trailers for rent are sourced from trusted brands like Felling, Towmaster, Gatormade, Anderson, Marksman, Bri-Mar and more. Some trailers may require a CDL; please contact United Rentals to confirm your requirements and see specific product details on the product listings above.

Learn more about tilt-deck trailers in our FAQ section below.

FAQs
How much do flatbed tilt trailers weigh?

Our inventory of flatbed tilt trailers includes a variety of sizes with empty weights that range from our lightest 500-pound trailer to our heaviest 4,080-pound tilt trailer. Heavier trailers may require a CDL to operate; please contact your local United Rentals branch for more information.

How do you safely load and unload a tilt trailer?

First, confirm that the hydraulic tilt-deck trailer is securely hitched to the truck and any objects and onlookers are kept at a safe distance. After releasing the quick release on the trailer deck's side, lock it into position. This will activate the hydraulic lift. As the deck rises and tilts toward the ground, be sure to move away from the truck or vehicle that is connected to the trailer. Carefully drive or load the vehicle or machinery onto the lift after making sure the hydraulic cylinder is engaged. Pay attention to how weight is distributed. The hydraulic lift will automatically activate and gently tilt the bed back into position after cargo is loaded. For help loading and unloading items from your flatbed tilt-deck trailer rental, please reach out to your local United Rentals branch.

Can you haul a car on a tilt deck trailer?

Yes, in fact one of the primary benefits of using a tilt trailer is how simple it makes loading wheeled machinery. The hydraulic bed conveniently tilts down, creating a ramp for the vehicle or equipment to drive up onto.