Size and Capacity
Cargo Space and Loading
Driving and Handling
Comfort and Convenience
The specifications listed are based upon COOP's most commonly rented fleet. They are not the exact measurements of all fleet vehicles rented by COOP. Specifications will vary by make, model, and year of trailer.
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For obvious reasons, these are built to haul lighter loads. They are small and can be great for short delivery errands.
Medium Duty Straight Trucks
These are an upgrade of the light-duty straight trucks, hence are able to carry heavier loads than them. They are also available on the COOP website in different varieties.
Heavy-Duty Straight Trucks
These are large straight trucks mostly used for heavy hauling. They are sturdier than both light-duty and medium-duty straight trucks and oftentimes will be larger in size.
Chevrolet straight trucks are some of the best trucks for commercial purposes today. The company was founded in the year 1911, and as of today, operates as a subsidiary of General Motors. The company headquarters is located in Detroit, with other sales offices in 37 different countries. It has produced some of the best straight trucks on the roads today under several brand names that include Chevrolet, Cadillac, GMC, and Buick. Whether you want a light-duty truck or heavy-duty one, you can always get a Chevrolet straight truck to get the work done for you.
Navistar International was founded in 1902 and is headquartered in Chicago. The company has branched out to more than 90 dealerships in over 60 countries. Additionally, the company has subsidiaries such as IC Bus and MWM International Motors. It is one of the best truck manufacturing companies and is known for building high quality and reliable straight trucks.
The company is a subsidiary of the Volkswagen Group and manufactures some of the best heavy-duty trucks since 1891. Scania is headquartered in Sodertalje, Sweden where it is highly recognized as a top straight truck manufacturer. In addition to truck manufacturing, the company also manufactures diesel engines meant for heavy-duty vehicles.
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One of the major uses of straight trucks is construction applications. They are ideal for hauling most construction equipment and machinery without inconveniencing contractors. Since they come in heavy-duty specifications, they can be used to carry almost all equipment required by such companies, including heavy materials and tools. Also, after construction is complete, straight trucks can be used to clean up by hauling the scrap materials left from the site.
A lot of movers use straight trucks to haul furniture and applications. Different types and sizes of house furniture and appliances can be easily hauled via straight trucks. In addition to moving household items, straight trucks are also usually used to move office furniture. Some of this furniture is usually large and heavy hence require an equally heavy-duty truck to haul them. Also, most household items and appliances are delicate so they need to be handled with care. Straight trucks guarantee safety and are a great way of hauling this furniture without spoiling or breaking anything.
Pick-up and Deliveries
Also, a lot of pick-up and delivery services use straight trucks to operate. They are used for the transportation of both dry and wet cargo. Since the straight trucks cannot maintain perishable cargo for long, they only transport wet cargo that does not need temperature regulation. Thrift stores, supermarkets, restaurants, electronic shops, and liquor stores are some examples of businesses that would benefit from straight trucks.
Some straight trucks are large and heavy-duty, making them great for heavy hauling. While smaller vehicles can be used to tow heavy cargo to limited capacity, straight trucks can conveniently haul heavy-duty cargo. Cargo space is huge enough and the payload capacity can accommodate large and heavy freight. For instance, straight trucks can be used for hauling large machinery, landscaping equipment and other heavy-duty dry freight
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