Oct 21, 2014 - 08:22 AM
Thank you for your question! We typically measure our V-nose trailers from the tip of the V to the back of the trailer. For example, a 14ft trailer with a 2ft V will have a complete box size of 12ft. Most will think that a trailer with a V-nose will give you extra room, when it actually reduces the space. You will be losing 2-5ft in the front of the trailer depending on the trailer option. A flat nose trailer will be measured from the very center of the trailer to the back. If you have any further questions, we would be more than happy to help you out!