Travelers can get around travel restrictions on the west coast of the US with the help of a travel trailer, the Associated Press reports.
The trailers can be used for the short journey of 30 minutes or so to the Nevada border, and can be loaded and unladen and transported by plane or rail.
The trucks are a popular sight along the Nevada-Arizona border, as the trailers are designed to carry up to 10 passengers.
The trailer was developed by a Nevada trucking company called Nymax that also builds the larger trucks used by U.S. border agents.
The company said the trailer can transport as much as 1,000 pounds of goods in a month.
The trailers can transport up to 5,000lbs, and are able to transport cargo weighing up to 4,000lb.
The Nevada Department of Public Safety (DPS) has not confirmed that this is the first trailer the state has used for border crossings.
It was built in 2013 by a company called Taurus, and has been in use by DPS since January 2017.
The truck, which was designed to take passengers on the border, can carry up 5,500lbs of cargo, including food and other supplies.
But it’s not clear whether this is a trailer specifically designed for border crossers.