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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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Also called reefer trailers, refrigerated trailers come in either single temp or multiple temperature zone options, and can vary in length from 48 ft to 53 ft. These are typically dry van trailers that have been outfitted with refrigeration units and are used to haul perishable or temperature-sensitive items.
Unlike many other types of trailers, flatbed trailers do not have a roof and most don't have sides built into the cargo area. This configuration gives them a much higher clearance than fully enclosed trailers, and they are often used to carry large, heavy, or tall equipment. Examples of variations of the flatbed are the lowboy or step deck trailer, which have a lower body meant to carry extremely tall equipment or machinery.
A pup trailer is a smaller than average trailer, typically coming in 26 ft to 28 ft sizes. These can either be pulled by themselves for small cargo loads or can be pulled in chains of two or three for cargo that is meant to be delivered to multiple clients or stops on a trip.
Utility is among the top trailer brands rented with COOP. With the strength of steel but in the lightweight benefit of an all-aluminum body, their 4000 AE model trailer has found a way to transcend the normal weight and strength requirements that have eluded other manufacturers. This American brand is known for durability and quality, and once you use their trailers you will understand how they have stayed in business for over a century.
As both the inventor and industry leader of refrigeration units for trucks and trailers, Thermo King’s technology has always led the pack in terms of the ability to rest assured that your perishable or temperature-specific cargo will be safe in their hands. As a top reefer trailer manufacturer, be sure to find different models for a variety of purposes.
Founded in 1961 when the company that had given Don Wahlin his first post-college job filed for bankruptcy and Don pooled money from family and friends to buy the company, Stoughton Trailers is now one of the largest manufacturers of dry van, grain, and refrigerated trailers in North America. Over the past 60 years, the company has grown substantially but has always kept its reputation for attention to detail.
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As most foods need to be kept at specific temperatures in order to remain either fresh or frozen in transit, refrigerated or reefer trailers are typically the best choice for food delivery. While metallic floor reefer trailers ensure the temperature remains in the set rates, they are best for most food delivery needs.
Dry van trailers and flatbed trailers are especially well equipped to carry heavy or large machinery for construction businesses to and from the job site. If your construction business in Auburn needs a trailer rental to get your machinery moved, COOP offers them in different models and at favorable rates.
Moving appliances can be difficult, as some are large and heavy while others are delicate with electronic components. Dry trailers are a great choice for appliance delivery since the fully-enclosed cargo area will protect your appliance deliveries from the elements. An enclosed trailer will also allow you to pack the trailer so that the cargo for different deliveries can be placed together in order, making the unloading and delivering process simple.
Which type of trailer rental is right for my business?
There are many different types of trailers available on the COOP app, depending on seasonal availability. Trailers come in different types such as dry vans, refrigerated, flatbed trailers, etc. As such, your trailer rental choice is determined by the nature of your business and your hauling needs.
Does COOP have affordable trailer rentals?
Depending on availability there are typically many different options on the COOP app for trailer rentals at affordable prices. For example, you can rent a small 26ft dry trailer starting from $20 per day or a large reefer trailer starting from $60 per day.
Can I use a rental trailer for my business in Auburn?
Absolutely! When you rent the trailer you need with COOP you can use it as you please for your business delivery errands in Auburn.
Our cutting-edge platform lets your business unlock the ability to rent and list quality trailers and new and late-model trucks, tractors, and vans all in one place. Backed by Ryder’s team of experts and years of extensive knowledge in the industry, we’re empowering companies to maximize the potential of their fleet operations.
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:
Create Your Account
After completing the registration form, a COOP member will connect with you to set up your free account. Then, get ready to start reserving!
Find Your Vehicles
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.
Our vehicle requirements are set in place to make sure your business receives regularly serviced and well-maintained vehicles in good working condition.
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.
Discover the top KPIs that every business should be tracking for optimal fleet use. From on-time delivery rates to transportation cost per unit, this blog post covers it all. Read on for insights and a handy checklist to improve your logistics operations.
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.
Did you know that, on average, U.S. consumers say they have 47% finished placing orders for their holiday shopping by Black Friday and Cyber Monday? That means almost half of the people making purchases in the fourth quarter search online and offline from the crack of dawn for doorbuster deals before we reach December. As two of the biggest shopping days of the year for most retailers, it's important to explore the significant impact these days have on commercial vehicle demand.