Size and Capacity Estimates
Engine and Fuel Efficiency
Design and Maneuverability
Transmission and Steering
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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Light-Duty Box Truck
Light-duty box trucks, on average, can hold between 8,500 lb. to 14,500 lb. in load capacity. Their box cargo area is large enough to transport heavier and larger cargo than a small van, but the light-duty box truck offers higher fuel efficiency due to lower emissions than larger box truck options. This is also a great truck for renters looking for a box truck that is easier to drive and more easily maneuverable.
Medium-Duty Box Truck
A medium-duty box truck is the next step-up from the light-duty box truck. With a hauling capacity of 15,000 lb. to 33,000 lb., this style of box truck will be larger on average than a light-duty box truck. This variation is a great choice for renters that need to do some heavy-duty hauling or towing in the Boston, Massachusetts area. These trucks also, due to their larger size, typically have larger diesel engines for better driving and higher fuel efficiency.
Conventional Box Truck
A conventional box truck is defined by the placement of its engine, which is found in the front hooded nose. The word conventional is used to refer to this type of truck because this is the most common variation of engine placement in box trucks. Their popularity is paired with the benefits of a more comfortable drive due to the longer driver’s cab, as well as a quieter driver’s cab than the alternative cabover engine placement option.
Isuzu Motors was founded in 1916, and Isuzu is the proud manufacturer of America’s number-one selling low cab forward truck, the NPR. This brand is known for diesel engines and for a focus on trucks of all sizes after they stopped manufacturing passenger cars in the 1990s. This focus on diesel and commercial vehicles makes them a great choice for box truck rentals when offered with the COOP platform.
Ford is a household name for their work manufacturing both commercial vehicles and passenger vehicles, and both their Ford F-650 and F-750 series are great box truck rental choices. Ford was founded in 1903, making them one of the oldest and most experienced vehicle manufacturers still operating today.
Scania is a Swedish manufacturer of commercial vehicles and diesel engines. This major manufacturer was founded in 1912, meaning they have been manufacturing quality vehicles for over a century. Scania has an impressive fleet of box trucks, including their Scania G-Series (G300, G400), Scania P-Series (P94, P380), and Scania R-Series (R310, R410), among others. Look out for Scania rentals available when renting with COOP for your next box truck rental need.
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With their ample space, high cargo load capacity, upfitting with a loading ramp, and their box shape, a box truck is great for your appliance delivery needs. Since most appliances have rectangular or box shapes, you can maximize your storage capacity in a box truck. Additionally, box trucks allow you to easily transport the appliance with a dolley on the loading ramp they may come upfitted with.
For the same reasons that a box truck is a great rental for appliance delivery, a box truck is also a great rental for furniture delivery purposes. The ramp makes loading and unloading furniture easy, and the large box-like cargo space allows you to load in furniture that wouldn’t fit into a smaller-shaped truck or van, all while protecting your furniture from the elements.
Final Mile Delivery
Final mile delivery refers to the logistics of the last mile that a product has left before it gets delivered to the customer that ordered it. This is often one of the hardest and costliest, but also the most important, parts of the delivery process. There are many different routes and driver limitations that may cause issues with the final mile delivery, but having a good truck that can safely store the cargo, allow easy cargo access for the driver, and that can maneuver through the city streets of these routes is important. Renting a box truck with COOP can help you achieve your final mile delivery needs.
Where can I rent a Box Truck in Boston, Massachusetts?
COOP is the best place to browse through box trucks available for rent in Boston, Massachusetts. Join Coop to get started renting box trucks in Boston, Massachusetts today!
How much does it cost to rent a Box Truck in Boston, Massachusetts?
Box Trucks will vary in price, but when you rent with COOP, you can rent them starting from only $42 per day.
Can COOP guarantee the availability of a certain brand of Box Truck?
No, COOP cannot guarantee any availability of a specific type of truck or brand, but what we can guarantee is that you can rent a commercial vehicle with trusted local businesses to help you meet your business operations needs.
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