95 to 110
102" wide and 53' long
The total surface of the base is 2206 square feet (approx). The area of the top, if there is any, will be the same. The area of the side walls is 1582 square feet (approx).
is it legal for your load to hang over 45" on a 53' trailer
A 53-foot trailer holds 3816 cubic feet of air (8' wide by 9' high by 53' long). The floor space on an 8' x 53' trailer would be 424 sq. ft.
A square gaj is 9 square feet So 53 square gaz is 53 x 9 Do the multiplication and you will get the answer in square feet
13.25 square feet.
8.83 square feet.
That is 4,240 cubic ft.
In order to be legal on the road, the maximum width of the trailer is 8.5 feet. That means that a 53 foot trailer with 1375 cubic feet of capacity would end up being 3 feet tall.
53' x 28' = 1,484 square feet.
4013 cubic feet for a standard 53' dry van. See related link for source
Assuming you are going to stack the contents the same height as they were in the semi trucks, and that each semi trailer was 53 feet long by 8 feet wide, it would take 848 square feet.