Best Travel Trailers
By Midwest Traction on August 17, 2017
Tips & Advice
Most of us purchase a travel trailer for practicality: we need to transport something regularly. But if you're in the market for something with a little more personality, Midwest Traction has a few suggestions.
The German-engineered Sealander nails the trifecta: Pull-behind trailer for hauling, cozy nook (roof removable) for relaxation, and floats. That’s right; this little marvel is also a boat with a customizable interior.
What the Sealander has in cool, it lacks in practicality. It's on the small side and doesn't appear to offer much flexibility for load-bearing ability. Don't forget the price tag; at $20,000+, it's not a frivolous purchase.
Camping In Style
MINI Cooper and Airstream once collaborated on a concept for a mini-camper. Although it hasn't graced the news since 2009, we've listed it for its pure factor of awesome. We love the ultra-modern interior. Brings back nostalgia for The Jetsons.
Because it didn't reach the market, pricing isn't available, but we'd guess it wouldn't be cheap, either.
Home on Wheels
We're a fan of RV conversions. Our two favorites are below.
Jessica and her family at Volume Twenty Five created a cool modern gray and yellow remodel from an outdated Sportscoach. View her gallery here.
Peter and Jewels at the Winnebago Diaries went off-grid to live in their completely gutted, now beautiful Winnie. They sell beeswax candles and blog about their adventures here.
Whether your travel trailer is used for camping, hauling or living, inspect your trailer tires on a regular basis. Don’t let a blow-out be the reason your pride and joy gets damaged!
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