By Mike Anderson, Senior Editor | September 28, 2010

CentrevilleTo make it easier for contractors to load scissor lifts, asphalt rollers, and other equipment difficult to get onto a traditional ramp trailer or standard tilt trailer, Centreville developed a 14-foot low-angle tilt trailer. When tilted, the Centreville LAT614 model has a 5-degree slope, compared to the traditional 11 to 12 degrees of a tilt trailer bed. The special ramps are tapered to further enhance the ease of loading the low-angle tilt trailer, which also comes in bed lengths of 16, 18 and 20 feet. Options include oak decking and winches.