Size and Dimensions
Construction and Material
Load Capacity and Handling
Suspension and Maneuverability
Environmental and Safety Features
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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Standard Dry Van Trailer
This is the general multipurpose dry van used to haul almost any goods. This variation is common and can be of any length within the spectrum. Also known as the general dry van, you can rent this trailer with COOP with various options from different brands.
This is a variation of the dry van specifically used for moving. They are not as common as the general dry vans but have features suitable for carrying heavy furniture and home appliances. You can rent a moving van dry trailer with COOP to move your home or office appliances to another. They also come in various sizes, so you can rent one big enough for your belongings.
Pup Dry Trailer
This variation is one of the smallest dry trailers available. The small size makes it appropriate for making local deliveries and making short-distance haulage. You can usually get a pup dry trailer between 26 to 29 feet.
Utility is one of the most established brands in trailer making, and their dry vans are at the top of the competition. With their classic 4000-X Composite dry van, Utility has been able to gain a sizable part of the dry trailer market. There are several Utility dry trailers for rent on COOP, and you can get one by registering with the platform.
Vanguard trailers are the classic dry trailers in the business. They are large, spacious, and built with quality materials. If you frequently haul large equipment or machinery that needs to be transported delicately, you should consider renting a Vanguard trailer. Trailers from the brand are also fitted with safety measures that protect the driver and cargo during the freight, especially in a collision.
Transcraft by Wabash National builds its trailers with innovative designs to reduce strap wear, and also include an enhanced visibility lighting system in the rear. This lighting helps to make sure your rig is visible no matter what time of day or environment you are in. Wabash trailers are an excellent choice for your rental needs, no matter what job you need them for.
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Dry trailers are basic transportation and adequate for hauling heavy and large appliances. Whether for your business or your home, you can rent a dry trailer to haul your heavy appliances. The features of this trailer also ensure that your cargo is safe from the takeoff point to the destination.
Dry trailers are highly suitable for delivering dry goods within and outside the city. The wide range in sizes also allows Renters to choose the trailer most suitable for their purpose. For example, if you want to deliver goods to your client and want to ensure their safety, you can rent a dry trailer to make the task easier.
Construction works usually involve hauling many heavy equipment and supplies from one place to another. This is the reason dry trailers are often rented to haul these freights, as it assures their safety. You can join the COOP app to rent a suitable dry van for your construction haulage.
Can I use a dry trailer for moving?
There is a variation of dry trailers specific for moving. This moving van can haul your home or office appliances from your old place to the new one. You can rent one of these trailers with COOP to join the platform.
Where can I rent a dry trailer for my business?
Dry trailers easily make hauling large items easy for your business if you can rent one. However, the rental is not hard if your business is in Aurora or its environment. You can join the COOP app and browse through the trailers on the platform to pick the best available option for your business.
How much is a dry trailer rental?
You can rent a dry trailer on COOP from $20 per day. The rates may change according to the variation you want to rent.
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