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What are double-wide trailers?

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A double-wide trailer is a pair of mobile homes constructed so that they can be connected together side by side. Modular homes that are transported in two or more parts to a site are often called double-wide trailers as well, but this is often an inaccurate designation.

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A standard trailer, more accurately referred to as a mobile home, is a structure designed to be a permanent residence. It is no more than 18 feet wide and is built on a wheeled chassis for ease of transportation. A double-wide mobile home can be 36 feet wide once the parts are joined after transportation. Like standard mobile homes, double-wide mobile homes are almost completely constructed, inside and out, prior to transportation. Modular homes are usually unfinished on the inside and require additional construction on site.

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