Apply For Off Road Trailer Financing and Extended Warranty Plans With Our Trusted Partners

At Off Grid Trailers, we’ve designed our teardrop trailers for traversing the backwoods, venturing off the beaten path and outside campgrounds to truly commune with and experience the wild. But, we know that buying an Off Grid Trailer is an investment and for some, a distant dream. Because we want to connect you with nature, to make that dream a reality for you now, we’ve teamed up with financial partners that specialize in trailer financing. We have also joined forces to provide extended warranty’s to keep you in the wild worry free for years to come.  

Canadian Financing through TD Bank

Off Grid Trailers is very happy to announce that we have partnered with TD Bank to offer flexible, affordable financing options to Canadians. With competitive rates and minimal down payment required TD Bank can help you wake up in the wild, no matter your budget. We look forward to assisting you in the quick and easy financing approval process.

United States Financing through Newcoast Financial Services.

With competitive rates and long-term financing, owning an RV has never been more affordable!

We offer low rates, flexible terms, quick turn-arounds, and $0 to low down payment options. And, they’re experienced at working with challenged credit and low credit scores. Offering safe and efficient financing options for your Off Grid Trailer, Newcoast guides you through the process with ease and education, ensuring that you not only pick up your trailer right away, but that your financing plan is customized to your needs.

Extended Warranties through First Canadian Protection Plans 

Off Grid Trailers are equipped with the comforts of home including amenities such as furnaces, water pumps and even air conditioners. The many amenities and features that provide comfort and cater to all your travel needs must be maintained and sometimes even repaired. Don’t be worried about unexpected breakdowns and unforeseen costly repairs by taking advantage of the First Canadian Protection Plan.