Flatbed Truck Rental in Atlanta, GA

Flatbed trucks are trucks without a roof or sides and are used for transporting oversized or oddly-shaped freight. Whether you want to haul large construction equipment or if your business needs a flatbed truck for moving large items that are hard to transport using an enclosed truck, you can rent with COOP. You will find different flatbed truck rentals available in Atlanta, GA on the platform for all your medium-duty and heavy-duty transportation needs.

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Common Truck Features

  • Length: 48 feet
  • Maximum freight weight 48,000 pounds
  • 8.5 foot load height
  • 8.5 feet wide
  • Many CARB compliant

Available Truck Types

Here are some possible variations of truck rentals in Atlanta

Stretch Single Drop-Deck Flatbeds

Stretch flatbed trucks usually have lengths varying between 45 ft to 85 ft and widths of up to 8 ft. They are used for hauling freight of up to 8,6 ft in height and maximum legal weight of 45,000 lb. They are called stretch because the deck can be stretched to accommodate more freight, and as such, they are also called extendable flatbeds.



Lowboys

Lowboy flatbed trucks, just as the name suggests are often extremely low when compared to other flatbed trucks. They are characterized by two drops at the deck, one after the wheels and the other one after the gooseneck. They can carry a maximum freight weight of up to 40,000 lb and can have lengths of 24 ft- 29.6 ft.



Double Drop With Detachable Deck

Double drop flatbed trucks are as wide as 8.6 ft and have a total length of 48 ft with a bottom well as long as 28 ft. They can carry a maximum legal freight weight of 42,000 lb and a legal height of 11.8 ft. The double drop aspect which creates the bottom well allows the hauling of freight that is cumbersome to carry with traditional flatbed trucks.




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Truck Brands

COOP offers multiple brands of rentals in Atlanta, check below for some potential brands for rent depending on availability.

Hino

With a Hino flatbed truck, there is just so much that you can get done whether your transportation needs are light-duty, medium-duty, or heavy-duty. They come in different varieties suiting most business tasks so you can rent a flatbed truck in San Antonio with COOP. 



Utility 

Utility flatbed trucks are of high quality and apart from flatbed trucks, it also manufactures different transportation equipment. In addition, the company has emphasized producing flatbed trucks and trailers that are customizable and this offers flexibility for different businesses. 



Iveco

Iveco has been in operation for a long time and has had some of the best flatbed trucks in the market today. COOP offers a variety of Iveco flatbed trucks that you can rent by registering with the platform.





Truck Uses

The truck rented on COOP can be used for any of your business needs. Here are some examples of the types of uses for trucks rented on COOP.

Heavy Hauling 

Flatbed trucks are widely used for hauling heavy-duty freight. The good thing is that they vary in terms of features, sizes, and some have multiple axles which increase the freight capacity of the flatbed trucks.



Automobile Transportation

Flatbed trucks are also used for hauling automobiles. The fact that they are flat, long, and heavy-duty can be used to haul many automobiles on a single trip. So if you own a vehicle dealership or a towing company, you can rent a flatbed truck of your choice with COOP. In addition, some flatbed trucks are customized which increases the possibilities of the amount of work you can do.



Tall Freight Transportation

Flatbed trucks are largely used for tall freight transportation. Different configurations, especially regarding the height of the truck, allow freight of different height to be carried without breaking any safety laws. In fact, flatbed trucks are also used for carrying freight with an odd shape, since they are platform-like and do not have sides which limit the type of load being carried.



Construction

Just like landscaping, construction requires hauling of heavy equipment. For instance, road construction is an intense form of construction which will require heavy-duty modes of transportation. Cranes, forklifts, and other huge construction equipment need transportation to and from the site, and that is where flatbeds come into play. 


Atlanta, GA Businesses Using Trucks

The construction industry would highly benefit from flatbed truck rentals in Atlanta GA. construction requires a lot of heavy hauling and most construction equipment cannot be carried by other trucks. What’s more, different flatbed configurations allow for the diversification of loads being transported. 



FAQs

Rent Trucks in Atlanta with COOP

Step 1

Create a free account with COOP. You will need to be approved based on insurance requirements and operating authority standards.

Step 2

From the available truck options, make your selection then send a request. After the request is made your truck will be reserved for you and you will have to wait for the owner to accept it.

Step 3

Submit a reservation request for the truck of your choice. You will then receive a confirmation containing all the pickup information you need. Payment will be made at pickup via credit card.

When you pick up the truck, it is important to take pictures. This will protect you in case the owner assumes you caused any damage in return.

About COOP

COOP is an online platform that enables sharing and renting of trucks. It connects businesses that have idle trucks with those that need to rent them.

Join COOP and get access to rental vehicles anywhere, anytime.

COOP is powered by Ryder

Vehicles rented through COOP come with Ryder’s 24/7 roadside assistance for a reliable rental experience.

Stay safe out on the road

Each transaction is covered by physical damage insurance and a $1,000,000 liability policy. All users are checked to ensure they meet our required insurance and operating authority standards.
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