A tow vehicle that can haul a trailer from the road to a dock is becoming more common.
The tow truck, called a tri-axis towing vehicle, is designed to haul a vehicle to a trailer dock.
The trailer, which is typically a heavy, flat trailer, will be towed to the dock and secured on a trailer rack.
Tri-axles can be used on multi-axled trailers and are used on trailers that weigh more than 4,000 pounds.
Triaxles have a maximum gross weight of 6,000 lbs., but some tri-Axles can tow vehicles weighing more than 7,500 pounds.
A Tri-Axle trailer can be up to 25 feet long and 30 feet wide, and weighs up to 3,500 lbs.
The Tri-axis tow vehicle is a versatile, low-cost alternative to tri-plane tow vehicles.
To get a trailer to the trailer dock, a Tri-A trailer must have four wheels, which can be fixed with a trailer hitch, a hitch that fits the trailer.
To avoid having to drive the trailer back and forth, Tri-As can be towed from one location to another using the trailer rack and trailer hitch.
To safely tow a Triaxle, the trailer should not be tilted forward or backward, which makes it difficult to maneuver safely.
TriAXles have two towing systems: a tow rack system and a tow hitch system.
The towing system is the part of the trailer that carries the trailer to a particular location, such as a dock, parking lot, or trailer park.
The hitch system is attached to the rear of the vehicle, where it is attached by a hitch or chain.
To help the trailer hitch and tow rack operate safely, TriAXle trailers have locking mechanisms to keep them apart when not in use.
A trailer hitch can be mounted to the front of the Tri-AXle trailer, while a TriAxle hitch can also be mounted on the rear, side, or rear of a trailer.
TriAxles use the standard tow rack and tow hitch, which come with three towing options: standard, double, and triple.
To operate the TriAxlet, the driver will set the tow rack to triple, or set the trailer in the “single” position.
The driver will then pull the trailer with the trailer’s trailer hitch on the rack and the trailer will turn, rotating the trailer from side to side.
To control the vehicle’s rotation, the TriA must be tethered to a tow cable.
The tri-angle towing trailer is rated for between 1,500 and 3,000 feet of length.
The TripleAxle is rated up to 2,000 to 2.5,000 foot-long.
TriA towing trailers are available from most major trucking companies.
TriX towing is a limited-time, two-year-long program that is offered by many of the largest trucking chains in the United States.
The program offers TriAxels towing and tri-AXles towing, as well as TriX and TriXT trailers.
To order a TriXtruck, you can call 1-800-923-7838 or go online at www.truckersusa.com.
For a TriAXtruck with triple-axlet, call 1,800-839-2988 or go to www.triaxle.com/triaxlet.