Advertising Trailer Hire




Mobile Advertising Trailers


Static advertising trailers provide anything from short to long-term cost effective campaigns reaching thousands of potential customers a day.

  • From £500 per month (drop off and pick-up charges may apply).
  • One of the most cost effective advertising mediums around.
  • Eye-catching, huge size trailer
  • Perfect for static and semi-mobile campaigns.
  • Ideal for environmental campaigns


How to rent a mobile trailer


Our advertising trailers can be rented by the day, week or by the month. Monthly and long term rentals will ensure you receive the most cost effective advertising medium available.

We offer a design service to provide banners for you at an extra cost, please contact us for more information.


Methods of renting


Type 1 – You can rent a one of our mobile trailers to be used around the areas of Todmorden, Walsden, Littleborough, Bacup and Hebden Bridge. The trailer will be attached to a van on the move for 2-3 days of the week. The remaining days, the trailer will be left in prime advertising spots throughout the towns.

Type 2 – We can deliver the trailer to you to use in which ever way you prefer, you can attach it to the back of your own vehicle or place it in an advertising space of your choice*


To request anymore information or to hire a trailer please call 01706839225




*As the advertiser you are responsible for any static site you intend to use therefore please ensure you have the necessary permission for siting an ad trailer with the local authority governing the area of the site prior to requesting a drop off and pick up booking. For more information visit the Advertising Standards Authority or visit your local council wesbite for planning legislation. Recent legislation in England has deemed it illegal to advertise by means of a static adtrailer. Any trailer left illegaly can be removed and scrapped without notice being served. If you are unsure of the recent legislation regarding advertising trailers contact your local authority in the first instance.