A teardrop trailer is a lightweight, compact, teardrop-shaped travel trailer. It is usually 8 to 10 feet long, 4 to 6 feet wide and 4 to 5 feet high, and it usually weighs less than 1,000 pounds. More »

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Teardrop trailers purchased new from a dealer cost anywhere from $10,000 to $20,000 and up, depending on the trailer's size and features. Buyers can find used teardrops in decent condition as low as $5,000. More »

Some teardrop trailers are built on a stock chassis, while others require a custom welded frame. Most teardrop trailers have simple aluminum shells, but some builders use varnished or painted wood shells instead. Manufac... More »

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You can build your own travel trailer by following plans that can be obtained from a specialty company, such as Glen-L RV Plans, or by starting with a small flat-bed trailer and doing the design work yourself. Either way... More »

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A Wolf Pup travel trailer is a hitchable trailer with a rounded front. Wolf Pups are in the toy hauler category because they are smaller than traditional travel trailers. However, Wolf Pup trailers are typically larger t... More »

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The number of people who can comfortably sleep in a pop-up travel trailer depends on a trailer's size and floor plan. Different pop-up camper models can sleep anywhere from four to 12 people. More »

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Safari Trek mostly offers class A, toy hauler, toy hauler fifth wheel and travel trailer motorhome types. Safari Trek also sells class C, pop-up campers and fifth wheel motorhomes, as of 2016. More »

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