Different box trucks come with different configurations which make them suitable for different hauling needs. Whether you need a refrigerated box truck, a conventional box truck, or a cab-over-engine box truck, the choice is yours. It all depends on the type of goods you need to haul. If you are a business owner in Charlotte with different transportation needs, you can rent a box truck you need with COOP.
Conventional box trucks
Conventional box trucks have a unique physical appearance when compared to other types of box trucks. They are longer because the engine is placed at the front of the cabin area. This gives them a ‘nose’ which sets them apart from the rest of the fleet. Also, the wheelbase is longer and they are more comfortable since the wheels sit slightly at the front of the cab area.
Cab Over Engine
Also abbreviated as COE, the cab over engine box trucks have the engine placed right below the cab area. Hence, they do not have a protruding front like the conventional designs. On the upside, they provide better visibility for the driver making it easy to make tight turns and park in small areas.
Refrigerated Box Trucks
Box trucks can be refrigerated, which means that they have temperature control units fitted in the cargo area. Refrigerated box trucks are a great option for transporting any temperature-sensitive goods.
The Isuzu brand is known for building rugged trucks, topped with outstanding performance as well as reliability. Whether it's hauling perishable goods or furniture, etc, you can count on the lineup of versatile Isuzu truck rentals to accomplish the task.
Scania is known for powerful engines and the manufacture of superb medium-duty trucks. Most of Scania’s trucks are built for comfort with seats well-cushioned and supportive. Also, the cabin area is built with enough leg room which increases the comfort for the driver. Easy to read gauges are fitted in their trucks, and every single control is easy to reach.
Through innovative technology, Hino has managed to consistently manufacture dependable and powerful box trucks. The trucks are well designed to accommodate different types of cargo and the engine is made to combine both efficiency and power. In addition, Hino trucks are fitted with high-quality safety features.
You can rent a reefer box truck if you need to transport flowers or other plants at a specific temperature. Reefer box trucks have temperature control units that will enable you to transport your flowers at the right temperature.
Box trucks are also used for transporting appliances. They are enclosed hence provide the best medium of transporting large and delicate appliances. In addition, the fact that they are enclosed helps to ensure that electronic appliances are protected from rain during transportation.
Final Mile Delivery
With the online space growing every day, millions of people now shop online every other day. And online stores want to ensure that they offer convenience to each of their customers by ensuring that they deliver to their doorstep. Similarly, retailers need to ensure that they can efficiently deliver the last mile. If you run a business and need to deliver the last mile, you can rent a reliable box truck with COOP that will get the work done.
Food delivery businesses in Charlotte use reefer box trucks. They are able to regulate the temperature depending on the requirements of the specific goods. This way, they can deliver as expected to customers while scaling their businesses. The better part is that such businesses are able to easily rent refrigerated box trucks with COOP.
How much does it cost to rent a box truck?
When you rent with COOP the cost starts from $42 for a small dry truck or from $71 for a large dry truck.
What size box truck do I need to move furniture?
It will depend on how much furniture you need to move. You can join COOP and rent a large 26ft box truck and conveniently move your furniture.
Can I use a rental box truck for my transport business?
Sure, you can! If you are looking for a rental box truck in Charlotte for your transport business, rent one with COOP today.