A Handy Guide on Registering Your Trailer with SylvanSport

Owning a trailer can add a whole new level of adventure and convenience to your life. Whether you're planning a road trip, hauling equipment, or simply looking for a mobile basecamp, having a trailer can open up a world of possibilities.

How to Register Your Trailer with SylvanSport

Understanding the Importance of Registration:
Before we delve into the details, let's talk about why registering your trailer is important. Registering your trailer serves several essential purposes. First and foremost, it helps establish legal ownership. It also ensures that your trailer meets the necessary safety standards and regulations. Moreover, registration allows authorities to identify your trailer in case of theft or accidents. So, let's not delay any further and get started with the registration process!

Step 1: Gather the Required Documents
To register your SylvanSport trailer, you'll need to gather a few essential documents. These typically include:

1. Bill of Sale: A document proving your purchase of the trailer.
2. Vehicle Identification Number (VIN): A unique identifier assigned to your trailer by the manufacturer.
3. Proof of Insurance: Documentation demonstrating that your trailer is insured.
4. Valid Identification: Your driver's license or passport for identification purposes.
5. Application for Registration: This form can usually be obtained from your local Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) or equivalent authority.

Step 2: Complete the Application for Registration

register your new trailer 

Register your new GO, GO EASY, TRAILOFT* or VAST purchased direct from SylvanSport or one of our authorized dealers. *For TraiLOFT registration, see the VIN on the tongue of the trailer: https://www.sylvansport.com/registration/

register your used trailer

Register your new (to you) GO, TraiLOFT, GO EASY, or VAST purchased from a private seller. 

Transfer of Ownership Form

Register your used GO, GO EASY, TRAILOFT* or VAST trailer purchased from a private seller.

*For TraiLOFT registration, see the VIN on the tongue of the trailer https://www.sylvansport.com/transfer-of-ownership/

  Once you have the necessary documents in hand, it's time to complete the application for registration. This form will require you to provide personal information, such as your name, address, and contact details, along with details specific to your trailer, such as the make, model, and VIN.

Step 3: Pay the Registration Fees
When registering your trailer with your state, you'll typically need to pay a registration fee. The amount may vary depending on your location and the type of trailer you own. Make sure to check with your local DMV or relevant authority to determine the exact fee and payment methods accepted.

Step 4: Submit Your Application
After completing the application and paying the fees, it's time to submit your application for registration. This can usually be done in person at your local DMV or through an online portal if available. Remember to double-check that you have included all the necessary documents and fees before submitting your application.

Step 5: Receive Your Registration
Once your application is processed, you will receive your registration documentation. This typically includes a registration card and a license plate or sticker. Keep these in a safe place, as you'll need to display the license plate or sticker on your trailer whenever it is being used on public roads.

Congratulations! You've successfully registered your SylvanSport trailer. By following these simple steps, you've ensured that your trailer is legally recognized, safe to use, and identifiable. Remember, registration is a vital part of responsible trailer ownership, so it's essential to complete this process. Now, it's time to hit the road and begin your adventures with peace of mind, knowing that your trailer is registered and ready to roll!

Disclaimer: The information provided in this blog post is intended as a general guide. Registration requirements and processes may vary depending on your location. It's always best to consult your local DMV or relevant authority for specific instructions and regulations pertaining to your area.