Covered Trailers Ideal Solution For Towing Classic Cars

Car show season is upon us in the Okanagan, and many showpiece car owners are using covered trailers as a safe option for transport. To learn more, visit http://www.bccargotrailers.com/

Armstrong, Canada - June 13, 2018 /PressCable/ —

With summer well underway, there are plenty of car shows and car-related events happening in and around the Okanagan this month. Locals of all ages will be coming out to these events to appreciate the results car-enthusiasts have achieved in restoring and improving their classic cars. The Kelowna Car Show, taking place this Father’s Day weekend at City Park, presents a great opportunity for people who are looking to purchase parts to complete their own classic car projects. While classic cars are usually the staple of these events, modern sports cars are also often on display for people to appreciate — both styles of vehicle will be available to view this weekend in Kelowna and at other Show n’ Shines throughout the province in the coming months.

Since these cars have had a lot of work done, many owners invest in covered trailers to haul them to these events. These trailers protect classic and supercharged vehicles from the everyday damage sustained by driving on regular roads, and can be found at a variety of dealerships around the province including Armstrong’s BC Cargo Trailers. A spokesperson for BC Cargo Trailers noted the importance of proper towing options, commenting “making sure everyone and their vehicles gets to car shows and other events safely is a hallmark of our covered trailers.”

In addition to being a great way to get to know more about cars, these shows can also be a great family trip. Many car shows are either free to get into or only require a small entrance fee, making them quite accessible for a weekend of fun. However, it is quite important to keep in mind proper vehicle transport, for those planning on showing their vehicles at such events — with that in mind, car owners would do well to consider using covered trailers to keep their vehicular showpieces safe on the roads.

To learn more about the trailers BC Cargo offers, visit http://www.bccargotrailers.com/ or stop by in person at 4125 Palisades Pl., Armstrong, BC, V0E 1B6.

Contact Info:
Name: Sheldon Campbell
Organization: BC Cargo Trailers
Address: 4125 Palisades Place, Armstrong, BC V0E 1B6, Canada

For more information, please visit http://www.bccargotrailers.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 359880

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