March 22, 2019
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Renting Trucks on COOP

Find the right truck, for the right price, right next door. There is a large inventory of rental vehicles available on COOP, and we make finding the perfect rental a more convenient process for local businesses than traditional methods. Save valuable time by picking up trucks from businesses near you, instead of waiting at rental counters. COOP comes in handy when your haul requires a specific type of vehicle that you don’t own or when your fleet is in need of maintenance.

Signing up is easy and free through our website! Once a renter is carefully vetted to ensure they meet COOP’s required insurance and operating authority standards, they are able to book vehicles at their convenience from other nearby businesses. Trucks can be searched and booked directly from a mobile device or desktop computer. COOP’s wide selection of rental vehicles and competitive rates are guaranteed to satisfy various inquiries.

After a reservation request is made, renters await a confirmation with pick-up instructions. Borrowers are advised to take photos of the vehicle before departing the pick-up location. All rented trucks should be driven safely, kept clean, and returned on time. Renting on COOP gives borrowers a peace of mind to know each transaction is safe, secure, and comes with 24/7 roadside assistance.

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