Originally Posted by WAACKO1%ER
Before ya start bashing someone maybe you should get the facts,if a truck ,trailer or anything else is damaged most of the dealers fix it themselves.and charge uhaul.if you get shitty service it's cause most of the dealers don't care,it's just another sort of income for them.i always tell the customer to make sure it has the same amount of gas and it's clean.also I lend them a hand in hooking it up,backing the car or truck up and lots of other things that I don't have to.if its damaged I take it out of service for repairs.
Sorry if the U-Haul guys took it personal. I don't need ALL the facts to bash a company based on my personal experience. Based on the comment, "if you get shitty service it's cause most of the dealers don't care,it's just another sort of income for them," my experience isn't unique.
The standard U-Haul motorcycle trailer is marginal for a RG both in size (7'8") and weight limitation (950 lbs.) I've never found it advisable to push the weight limitation on a trailer, especially if you're not used to it. And this trailer is single-axle, far more prone to getting squirrelly than a tandem-axle.
The next size up U-Haul utility trailer (5 X 9), can handle size and weight more safely, but it is still single axle. I don't recommend utility trailers at all-one brief rain shower and your bike will arrive NASTY. Forget the cover-it's not designed for this and will probably shred within 50 miles. You're better off buying/renting a 5 X 10 enclosed, tandem-axle trailer.
Just my humble opinion-everyone has one.