Teardrop and Tiny Trailers Starting Less Than $30,000

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Teardrop and Tiny Trailer Popularity
One of the most popular travel trailer styles, the teardrop’s small stature makes it easy to tow behind most properly equipped passenger vehicles. Thanks to a teardrop trailer’s aerodynamic shape (or a tiny trailer’s footprint), drivers can still see the road behind them, and when maneuvering in close quarters — such as backing around a corner — it’s easier to see beyond a teardrop or small trailer rather than a boxy trailer or bulky fifth-wheel. Most teardrop and tiny trailers are typically not tall enough for adults to stand up inside, although they will accommodate most in a seated position.

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