Thanks; I reserved the motorcycle trailer. It doesn't have the chock but it does have an indentation for the front wheel.tsc3047 said:U-Haul rents what is called a ramp trailer. It is the only open trailer we rent local AND one-way, and is the popular choice for motorcycles. A majority of this fleet is equipped with the front wheel chock. Being that not all do have the chock if you want one with it request it. Being I'm a dealer and use them all the time I can tell you with or without the chock the ramp trailer works great for a Burgman. I use 4 ratchet straps hooked to the floor D-ring tie downs in the front and rear corners. Two looped over the handle bars and two on the rear tie down hooks on the bike frame. I will say we also have local only use smaller motorcycle trailers, but they are only assigned to certain locations and the ramp trailers actually provide better protection because they have higher sides than the motorcycle trailer does. For the ramp trailer you will need a vehicle with a 3,500lb hitch and of course a 4way flat lighting connector.