It would be nice if a person could just bring up the trailer and find a list of the closest places that had them(even if 500 miles away). Unfortunately, Uhaul's site doesn't seem to work that way, they insist on entering in a place to rent it, return it and dates, then it brings up a list of trailers available near the rental location
to make matters worse they even insist on entering in your tow vehicle! I just entered in a 2000 Ford Crown Vic as I knew that vehicle would be registered as being able to tow just about any trailer. I'm guessing it might be an issue saying it would be a Nissan Leaf......as Leafs aren't really supposed to tow anything, they might not want to rent you a trailer. I suppose one could pick it up with another vehicle that is rated to tow; pickup, SUV, larger car, etc. then once home, stick it on the Leaf, but you'd have to have access to such a vehicle.
I've been eyeing up small trailers for a decade, large motorcycle trailers seem to be the best fit for a very small car. Most are light and made of aluminum with things like a cooler rack that fits over the tongue and a build in roof rack to strap down larger items on the top of the trailer. My dream trailer is this one, unfortunately, the last time I looked it was well over $2k(~$2.5k) but it's really a nice "lifetime" trailer. 39CF, 225# so less than 1/2 the weight of that UHaul trailer and not much less CF.https://www.alumaklm.com/recreational/m ... -equipment
Edit: I was wrong, the above trailer is only 17.5CF and cheaper at $2k, the one I was looking at was $2.5k, 39CF and weighs 340lbs, still lighter than the UHaul.https://www.alumaklm.com/enclosed-trail ... ed-trailer