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Key Differences between Mobile Trailers and Mobile Homes

May 21, 2019

Mobile structures are an easy and accessible answer to the shortage of affordable housing. Indeed, not only have mobile homes in recent times become more sophisticated and compatible with modern living, they remain just as affordable and hassle-free. That being said, they are often thought of as interchangeable with mobile trailers, which differ significantly.

Mobile trailers are special because they are made to be constantly moved from one place to another. Their transportability cannot be understated, and is seen as one of their major advantages to suit less stationary lifestyles.


Here are some key differences between mobile homes and mobile trailers:


1. Permanence: While mobile homes do have a mobility aspect to their design, mobile homes have the potential to be converted into more permanent residences.

2. Mobility: Mobile homes require special permits and vehicles in order to be moved around. This is not the case with mobile trailers, which require only a trailer hitch to be moved at your whim.

3. Amenities: Parks for mobile trailers typically cater more to the frequent traveler – this means more public restrooms are available in a trailer park than at a mobile home park. Mobile homes are expected to have their own working restrooms inside for personal use. That being said, most trailer parks and mobile home parks today will provide amenities such as heated swimming pools, ball courts, and more, making for vibrant community living and easy access to enjoy the surrounding nature.

4. Length of Stay: Mobile trailers are perfect for travelers because of how easy they are to move around. As such, mobile trailer parks tend to lease out lots for shorter terms, as people are always on the go to move to a new park.

The differences listed here can help you decide what kind of mobile structure best fit your needs. Mobile trailers can help you save time, money, and avoid commitment to immobile structures, all the while allowing you to adapt quickly and live a more versatile lifestyle.