Flatbed Trailer


2001 Trailer Western Elite

u11787: 2001 Western Elite 45′ Combo Flatbed – This 2001 Western Elite 45′ Combo Flatbed hauled general freight out of...

2000 Benson Trailer Flatbed

u11775: 2000 Benson 48 ft Flatbed Trailer – Previously hauled long beams out of Oregon 48′ x 96″ Air Ride...

1999 Wilson Trailer

u11781: 1999 Wilson 48′ Flatbed Trailer This 1999 Wilson 48′ Flatbed Trailer with a spread axle and an air ride...

2001 Benson Trailer Flat Bed

u11783: 2001 Benson 2 Axle Flatbed –  2 Axle 48′ x 96″ Air Ride Suspension Aluminum Deck Aluminum Frame THIS...

2001 Benson Trailer Flat Bed

u11784: 2001 Benson Flatbed Trailer This 2001 Benson Flatbed Trailer with a spread axle and an air ride suspension is...

2000 Ravens Trailer Fleethawk

u11778: 2000 Ravens Fleethawk 2 Axle Flatbed This 2000 Ravens Flatbed is not a show trailer. However, this all aluminum...

1999 Ravens Trailer Fleethawk

u11779: 1999 Ravens Fleethawk Flatbed This 1999 Ravens Fleethawk is a lightweight, spread axle flatbed set up to carry more...
2000 Trail King TK70HT-492  Trail King

2000 Trail King Trailer TK70HT

u11752: 2000 Trail King TK70HT-492 This is a rare 2000 Trail King TK70HT-492. This Value priced 49′ equipment trailer has...
2011 Trail King TK70HT Trail King

2011 Trail King Trailer TK70HT

u11682: 2011 Trail King TK70HT Beavertail – A former rental, this 48′ 2011 Trail King TK70HT makes loading and unloading...
2008 Trail King Trail King

2008 Trail King Trailer TK70HT-482

u11582: 2008 Trail King TK70HT-482 2 Axle Beavertail – Owned by a rental company this 2008 Trail King Beavertail equipment...

Flatbed trailers feature no sides or top and are generally used for carrying large or bulk freight. These trailers can be more physically demanding and drivers are responsible for securing loads. Loads also have to be more closely monitored. However, flatbed trailers offer better pay for drivers and offer a wider range of opportunities. They are also easier to load and unload and maneuver when driving through tight spaces.

All our equipment is priced fairly based on condition and current market value.

At Charter Trucks, we’re dedicated to helping you find exactly the flatbed trailer you need. Our job is to present you with all the information and knowledge you need to make a decision on the best flatbed trailer for your business. We supply you with videos and pictures of each unit, and when you see any piece of equipment in person, we encourage you to take it for a ride, load it (if possible), and take it to a third party for inspection before you even make the purchase. We want to do everything we can to take the risk out of buying a pre-owned piece of equipment.

Our team has over 60 years of experience in the business of buying and selling used equipment. If you have questions or want to learn about warranties and financing options, please don’t hesitate to give us a call at  (707) 669-6202. Check out our current listings for flatbed trailers and contact us if you’ve found something you like.