The moving company will deliver just the trailer section of the truck to your home. The trailer will remain at your residence until you have completed loading it and request pick-up from the moving company.
A device that makes it possible to tow a vehicle with all four wheels totally off the ground. This eliminates concerns about transmissions, odometer mileage accumulation and backing into campsites, but loading and unloading can be cumbersome and time-consuming. The motorhome owner also must find a place to store the trailer upon arrival at a destination.
Many racers use a trailer to transport their kart to and from the track. When getting into karting, factor the purchase and storage of a trailer into your budget if you need one. Covered trailers are nice, and some racers have a whole work bench inside. A fire extinguisher should be mounted in every trailer. During towing, though, it should be in the towing vehicle.
A towed vehicle with a roller platform for hauling ULDs between the cargo terminal and the airplane. Trailers range from 10-ft dollies to 40-ft ISO-fitted chassis. The roller platform may be powered or unpowered.
an unpowered towed vehicle, a series of trailers usually referred as a TRAIN. SEMI-TRAILER usually has a set of wheels, with one or more axles at the rear. The front of a semi is supported by the TRACTOR or another TRAILER. FULL TRAILER has sets of wheels and axles that independently support the whole load and mass of the trailer. The front wheels steer and are connected to the towing vehicle by a DRAWBAR. The drawbar usually provides the steering information. Some self steering axles are used (eg the C-train dolly). The seering information is provided by the transverse forces on the axle.
A Trailer is an unpowered vehicle pulled by a powered vehicle. Outside of North America there is a distinction between a trailer (used for transport of goods and materials, generally with trucks) and a caravan (travel trailer) (generally weather-resistant, used for human habitation). North Americans tend not to make such distinctions.
a promotional announcement immediately following a television or radio program, promoting a forthcoming program on that same station; a commercial added at the end of a program or another commercial; a filmed commercial shown before the feature movie in a theater (generally longer and more elaborate than a television commercial). See tag.
A length of film usually found on the end of each release paint reel identifying subject, part, or reel number and containing several feet of projection leader. Also a short roll of film containing coming attractions or other messages of interest.
A promotional announcement at the end of one program about a forthcoming program or a commercial attached to the end of a program or another commercial. Also, a short, blank strip at the end of a reel of tape.
A preview containing scenes from an upcoming film is referred to as a "trailer" (currently they are shown before a feature in theaters but used to "trail" after them back in the '40s). An "original theatrical trailer" is the one originally shown to promote the film; a "rerelease trailer" is one shown during a film's return engagement in theaters; and a "video trailer" has been designed to promote the film's release on home video. Some DVDs also include "TV spots," brief coming attractions designed to be shown as television commercials.
An advertisement for a movie which contains scene s from the film. Historically, these advertisements were attached to the end of a newsreel or supporting-feature, hence the name. Doing this reduced the number of reel changes that a projectionist would have to make. See also teaser trailer. On the web: IMDb Trailer Section
Movie trailers are film advertisements for films that will be exhibited in the future at a cinema, on whose screen they are shown; they are commonly known as previews of coming attractions. The term "trailer" comes from their having originally been shown at the end of a film programme. That practice did not last long, because patrons tended to leave the theater after the films ended, but the name has stuck.
Trailer is a punk influenced mini-album by the band Ash. The album was released in October, 1994 through Infectious Records. The band considered it a "trailer" for their debut album proper, and named it accordingly.
A portion of the Annual Management Fee is often paid by the fund manager to the distributor of funds. This payment, known as trailer, is to compensate the distributor for the ongoing costs of client servicing.