The back “gate” or “door” of a vehicle, usually a truck, but occasionally also an SUV, wagon, or other similar kind of vehicle with a back door that can be opened to carry freight or other objects and is hinged, is simply referred to as the tailgate. In certain cases, a hatchback car or a similar vehicle’s backdoor that opens up is referred to as a tailgate. Additionally, it could also be used to describe cars with lateral rear door apertures, which open to one side rather than up or down. There are several purposes for the tailgate. In a truck, the tailgate may be opened so that you can climb into the bed and carry furniture or other objects that you need to transport from one place to another. The tailgate may be raised once everything has been placed into the truck bed to prevent any of the contents from spilling out. In addition to being used for loading, the tailgate may be used as seating.