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Mobile fuel trailers - Can be used in multiple settings

Updated on October 22, 2013
Gas trailers are available in different sizes while featuring a variety of options. Shown here is a fuel trailer with an electric pump and another that has a manual pump.
Gas trailers are available in different sizes while featuring a variety of options. Shown here is a fuel trailer with an electric pump and another that has a manual pump.

Ever wonder what it would be like to always have gas available when you need it? Well, stop wondering because you can with mobile fuel trailers. They’re a fueling selection that can be put to use in multiple settings.

For starters, a portable gas trailer is ideal for taking with you when you’re camping, especially if you’re in a remote location such as a National Park or a private camping site that only a certain few have access to.

By taking one with you when you’re camping, you can easily gas up ATV’s, dirt bikes, your camper, and anything else that may need fuel without having to drive them anywhere. All you have to do is fuel up the gas tank trailer itself before you make your way to your campsite and then put it in place to have fuel for the entire time you’re camping. Pretty convenient, right?

The Contractor 55 Manual is a fuel trailer ideal for using while camping, on a job site, boating, and while traveling.
The Contractor 55 Manual is a fuel trailer ideal for using while camping, on a job site, boating, and while traveling.

Fuel tank trailers are also a practical choice for using in a business setting, like at a construction site or a car dealership and even at a remote logging site. By having one in place, you don’t have to worry about heading to the gas station every time a piece of machinery or care is running low on fuel.

Basically, you simply bring the machinery to the gas trailer that you have on site, or take the fuel trailer to the machinery or car, fill it up, and you’re good to go. It's a huge time saver, allowing workers to focus on doing actual work instead of refueling cars, equipment, and machinery.

Other additional places where you can utilize a gasoline trailer include your residence to store fuel in case of emergencies, on your farm so you never have to worry about stopping to get fuel in the middle of an important project like plowing the fields or harvesting craps, and one would be perfect for a maintenance department to keep equipment fueled up for making repairs.

On top of that, you could also use an aviation fuel trailer at an air field to never have to worry about waiting for fuel when flying or you could use a boat fuel trailer at the marina to avoid being without gas when you want to spend a relaxing day on the water.

Shown here is the inside compartment of the Pro 110 Industrial FTS model. It features a fuel transfer system that allows an operator to siphon fuel from 15 feet away while discharging it another 50 feet.
Shown here is the inside compartment of the Pro 110 Industrial FTS model. It features a fuel transfer system that allows an operator to siphon fuel from 15 feet away while discharging it another 50 feet.

If you’re thinking that a mobile fuel trailer is something that you’re interested in purchasing, then you’re making a sound choice since you’ll always have gas available when you need it by having one. To find the right fuel trailer for you, it’s important to do research and look into the different options, including those that store a small amount of gas to others that store in excess of 100 gallons, that are being offered.

Right now through the Petro2Go gas trailer manufacturing company, six selections are available for fabrication. They consist of:

  • The Traveler 20 Manual
  • The Contractor 55 Manual
  • The Contractor 110 Manual
  • The Contractor 110 Deluxe
  • The Pro 110 Industrial
  • The Pro 110 Industrial FTS

A convenient place to start is by visiting our Gas Trailer website, which provides a nice overview of the different higher quality options that are currently on the market.

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