Scamp Trailers makes small travel trailers. They have been in business since 1972 and they are known for producing high quality travel trailers for small cars and trucks. When you own a small vehicle you might want a big travel trailer, but unless you are willing to upgrade your vehicle to a V-6 or preferably a V-8 with some seriously towing capacity you should really consider a small travel trailer. They can be the best of both worlds, you still get a comfortable travel trailer and you get to keep your existing vehicle and its great gas mileage.
Scamp Trailer Benefits
Scamp makes trailers that are small and light weight, so you can pull them with your small car or light truck. You don’t need to get a massive diesel drinking behemoth to pull a Scamp trailer. Furthermore, Scamp uses the latest high tech science to create the most visually appealing and aerodynamic designs. The more aerodynamic your trailer, the better gas mileage you will receive. Furthermore, good aerodynamics also help when driving in windy conditions, they tend to minimize wind buffeting.
Their trailers are really durable. They are built out of high strength fiberglass which is one of the lightest and strongest materials out there. It is strong enough to meet your needs and it is very light weight which is great for you gas bill.
They can be towed by light vehicles and small cars. Of course if you have a big car, it can still pull one of their trailers. But when you have a small car you really need a small, light weight travel trailer. Using a small trailer is much better for gas mileage and it is much better on the drive train of your car. As the weight of the trailer increases the stress on your engine and transmission goes up exponentially and this will greatly reduce their life. So smaller and lighter is better. Furthermore, the heavier the trailer the greater: the strain on your brakes. This will cause them to wear out faster. This can also cause brake fade or even brake failure when descending large hills. Brake failure is something that you definitely want to avoid. The safety of your family depends on avoiding it.