Frequently Asked Question For Trailers at A&A Center Trailers in Georgia

General Questions

  • Do we accept trade-ins?

Yes, we accept trade-ins. We can give you an estimate with pictures, but we need to see the trailer in person to be accurate.

  • Do we buy trailers outright?

Yes, we pay top dollar for used trailers.

  • Do we repair trailers?

Yes, we have a full-service shop with OEM parts and expert technicians who offer quick turnaround times, sometimes even same-day.

  • Are you open on the weekends?

Yes, we are open on Saturdays from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm, however we are closed on Sundays.

  • Do I need to make an appointment?

No, an appointment is not required, but if you have a particular trailer in mind, we recommend calling before traveling long distance as it could be in the process of being sold.

  • Where does warranty work take place?

Warranty work usually takes place here at our dealership. However, special circumstances may arise that require the manufacturer's assistance.

  • Do we sell parts?

Yes, we have a full line of almost every trailer part you may need in stock.

  • Do you deliver?

Yes, we can help setup transport through a third party transported and single pull for a flat rate per mile depending on current rates at time of inquiry. Payment is handled directly with them so there is absolutely $0 mark up on delivery unlike OTHER DEALERS who PROFIT off of shipping the trailer to you.

  • What forms of payment do you accept?

We Accept, Cash, Check, Credit & Debit Card, Financing, Rent To Own, Lease To Own, Lay-A-Way Program. 

  • What does the inspection process consist of?

We inspect a wide range of elements, including but not limited to:

    • Electrical and lighting systems: We inspect the wiring and connections to make sure they are functioning properly and securely. We also examine the lights to ensure they are working and properly installed.

    • Welds: We carefully examine all welds to ensure they are strong and free of cracks or other defects that could compromise the structure of the trailer.

    • Leaks: (If Applicable) We look for signs of leaks in the roof, floor, and walls of the trailer to ensure it is watertight and ready for use.

    • Hydraulics & Accessories: (If Applicable) Leaks in hydraulic fittings, water heater temp, air conditioner function, plumbing leaks, electrical outlets, awnings and other accessories.
    • Screws: We check all screws and fasteners to make sure they are tight and secure.

    • Tires: We inspect the tires for wear, damage, and proper inflation to ensure that your trailer is safe to use on the road.

    • Door fitment and closure: We examine the doors to make sure they are properly aligned, fit snugly, and close securely.

    • Fit and finish quality: Finally, we take a close look at the overall fit and finish of the trailer, including the paint and trim, to ensure it looks great and is ready for use.

  • How Much Does My Trailer Weigh?

Trailer weights vary from size to size and of course depending the type whether its open or enclosed, or even possibly a dump trailer. For exact trailer weight contact us via email, phone, text, or even Facebook and we would be glad to answer it for you!

A few popular sizes and estimated weights for quick reference are

 Enclosed 6x12 Single Axle 1200 Lbs, 7x14 Dual Axle 2000 Lbs, 8.5x24 Dual Axle 3600 Lbs. Open 5x10 Single Axle 700 Lbs, 6x12 Single Axle 850 Lbs. Dump Trailer 7x14 4' Walls 4800 Lbs. Keep in mind weights vary from brand to brand.