Trailer Registration

Registering your trailer allows us to have you in our records, so we can easily bring up information about your trailer purchase for your dealer or you. It helps to streamline our servicing process or contact your dealer in the event of an unlikely service initiative. We do not sell this information for third party use. ShoreLand’r owners can now register their warranty online. Simply fill out our Warranty Registration form and click “submit” – it’s that easy!

ShoreLand’r Trailer Warranty

All ShoreLand’r Trailers come with one of the best warranties in the business. Our 5-year Plus Limited Warranty includes a 1-Year, Tongue-to-Taillight Warranty that replaces any component which fails due to poor quality or workmanship within the first year of ownership. All parts manufactured at our Midwest Industries, Inc. factory are covered for a full five years by our limited warranty. We trust Carlisle Tire under our trailers; per the information below, Carlisle handles their own warranty. For more information, select from the list below.

Dealer Warranty Submission

How to Get Warranty Service for Your Trailer

If your trailer requires warranty service, please contact the dealer from whom you bought the trailer. Warranty service is extended to the first owner only – if for any reason your dealer is not available, please seek another dealer.

Tips from ShoreLand'r
ShoreLand'r Trailering Tips

To get the most out of boating you have to get the most out of your trailer. That's why we've put together this list of tips to make life easier.

Free Boat U.S. Membership
Free Boat U.S. Membership

To protect you in the unlikely event of a breakdown, all ShoreLand’r trailers come with a FREE 90-day BoatU.S. Membership. It features over 26 benefits, including Trailer Assist and Tow and on-the-water towing services.

Limited Warranty
Five year plus limited warranty

For added peace of mind, our 5-year Plus Limited Warranty includes a 1-Year, Tongue-to-Taillight Warranty. Ask your dealer for details.

Brake Laws
Brake Laws

ShoreLand’r is the first major trailer manufacturer to have brakes standard on all trailers with a gross vehicle weight rating (GVWR) at 3000 lb. and above.