I rented a uhaul 5x8 enclosed trailer to move two bikes. Everything worked out ok for me but it wasn't ideal. I used a 4 cylinder suv, normally I get about 28 highway but got 18 with it fully loaded and 21.5 with an empty trailer. Three day rental was $76, and 240 miles was about $38 in gas. The trailer looks bigger when empty. Once I got one bike in it started to look really small. There are four D rings in each corner to tie down. Two parallel boards run the length oft the trailer to tie to. I didn't use them and wouldn't put to much tension on them if I had. I loaded a Suzuki DL-650. The wind screen nearly touched the roll up door. Pros:. You don't need to buy or store your own trailer. It being a box trailer I loaded the bikes the night before the trip and felt they were secure. There is a a little shelf or edge on the back so that a ramp can be used and it would flush with the floor. The tires are inflated and lights checked when get it. Everything stays dry. Room for accessories. Cons: No tire chock. Need your own ramp. You want to tighten the straps to the kick stand side of the bike. This works for one bike. Once you have two bikes in it's a tight fit, difficult to tie down. The blinkers hit the wall. Luckily they didn't break on me. I could have backed the suzuki in. That would have allowed it two lean towards the wall but I prefer the front tire to be against the front wall and not the roll up door. The other option is to use an open trailer they come with a ramp, you have more tie down options, and there is no risk of handle bars or blinkers banging into the wall.