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Old 09-15-2013, 11:23 AM
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Just wanted to point something out.... Somebody said that they didn't think an enclosed would improve efficiency over an open.... This could be true, only if there is a garage or shop involved. If you have an inside space to park an open trailer, then you can just back her right in. If you don't have that space, everything has to come off the trailer and go inside for the night. (and the fact that you have a fence, or cameras, or dogs, shouldn't matter as thieves have been bypassing these things since the beginning of time) So, in that respect, a tool called bolt cutters does exist and I'm not saying enclosed trailers are impregnable. But it is a very good deterrent. The fact that weather becomes a non-issue and they are also rolling billboards for your company logo are just icing on the cake.
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