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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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A double drop trailer usually ranges between 24 ft to 29.6 ft in length. These trailers are used to haul cargo that is taller than a standard flatbed can legally carry. Built with a high deck at the front and another at the rear of the trailer, these decks create a well where tall cargo such as a bulldozer can be placed for hauling. A standard double drop can haul up to 40,000 lbs, making it a great choice for hauling large and heavy equipment.
Extendable Double Drop
Similar to double drops, extendable double drop trailers are extendable to accommodate more freight than the standard double drop. With lengths of 29 ft to 50 ft, the extendable double drop trailer can be used to haul large and heavy equipment.
This is a flatbed truck made up of two decks, a lower and an upper one. These trailers are also used to carry tall cargo that cannot be carried on a standard flatbed due to height requirements. Used to carry up to 48,000 lbs, step decks usually range in length from 48 ft to 53 ft.
Hyundai is a top trailer manufacturer with types ranging from dry vans, refrigerated trailers, flatbeds, chassis, and dollies in North America, the hot-dip steel galvanizing process for the structural steel components of their HT model has led to toughness and dependability that is hard to beat.
Transcraft by Wabash National builds their flatbed trailers for efficiency, removing weight from designs where it isn’t needed but keeping the strength where it really counts. With an eye on load flexibility, durability, fuel efficiency, and uptime, Wabash flatbed trailers are meant to keep your loads moving more efficiently with less downtime needed for maintenance.
Stoughton has grown to become one of the largest manufacturers of dry van, grain, and refrigerated trailers in North America. This might explain part of the reason why it is highly sought-after by most Renters on the COOP platform. Known for their attention to detail and great customer service, you are likely to find a reliable Stoughton trailer for your business.
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Flatbed trailers are mainly built for hauling heavy, tall, and durable items that don’t need to be protected from the elements such as vehicles, construction equipment, cranes, or large piping. Some flatbed trailers have modified decks like lowboys that are lower to the ground and can either be used in landscaping for ease of access or to haul extraordinarily tall items.
Whether laying foundations for commercial buildings, remodeling residential complexes or working on individual homes, the construction industry needs heavy equipment that isn’t always easy to move to the job site. Most flatbed trailers have chains or straps used to keep freight on the hauling deck during transportation. Also, features such as those that enable the trailers to be extended create more space for cargo to be carried from.
What size flatbed trailer do I need to move large construction machinery?
That depends on just how tall, large and heavy the machinery is. You can rent an entire 53 ft flatbed trailer with COOP to cater to all your transportation needs for your construction company in Auburn.
How much does it cost to rent a flatbed trailer for a week?
There are different sizes and models of flatbed trailers, and each will have its own pricing. By renting with COOP, you can rent a small flatbed trailer at a rate starting from $21 per day.
Do I need to bring my own insurance to rent on COOP?
You may bring your own coverage, but COOP also offers physical damage and a $1M liability policy to qualified renters.
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With thousands of dry van, refrigerated, flatbed trailers, chassis, and new and late-model power units to choose from, COOP makes it easy for businesses to find more than just a rental vehicle. Here’s how you can too:
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You can use various filters or speak with our expert team to search for the equipment that perfectly fits your business’s needs. Request to reserve vehicles directly from a mobile device or desktop computer.
Once at the pick-up location, drivers will upload photos of the vehicle’s condition on the platform and get the keys from the vehicle’s owner to begin a rental and get on the road.
To complete reservations, simply have drivers return the vehicles to their designated locations, hand off the keys, and upload some return pictures. Pay the daily rate and mileage, and you're done!
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Included with all reservations, we strive to get you the services you need and connect you with a local vendor to get you back on the road as quickly as possible.
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Another year, another holiday season. The commercial trailer and vehicle rental market is undergoing significant changes this fourth quarter and into the new year. The big question on everyone's mind is whether the historically busy Q4 season will pick up like before. Factors such as technology adoption, rental utilization drops, vehicle availability, and more are top of mind for businesses everywhere. In this blog, we'll briefly explore what to expect and what's been driving the ups and downs of transporting goods and materials throughout 2023. The peak season is critical for businesses grappling with supply chain disruptions and a rapidly shifting competitive landscape. Read our complete guide to learn expert tips and best practices for optimizing fleet needs and discovering valuable rental solutions to meet these challenges head-on.
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At COOP, we're committed to enhancing your experience to make renting and listing vehicles more efficient and user-friendly. That's why we are excited to introduce two new features that will take your vehicle rental experience to the next level. Request to Upload Multiple Vehicles and Smart Rate Search Filter.
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