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.
No matter the job, enjoy the freedom of flexibility at competitive rates.
Stake Bed Body
Stake bed body trucks can be rented in a variety of shapes and sizes, but what makes this type of flatbed different from a basic flatbed model is that it uses stakes (also known as upright poles) which are formed into a rectangular fence around the flatbed. This fence can help keep cargo in, making the process to secure cargo on the truck much easier. However, it still allows for the operator to be flexible in transporting cargo that might otherwise be too tall for an enclosed truck. This type of truck, due to the breathable holes the stake fence forms, is popular for transporting livestock as well.
Step Deck Flatbed
A step-deck flatbed truck, also known as a drop-deck flatbed truck, has two heights for its cargo area, unlike a traditional flatbed truck. The first height is the standard height needed to attach the bed to its truck cab, and then it drops down to the second, lower height where more cargo can be stored. This lower bed height is advantageous because it allows the truck operator to load taller cargo that might otherwise be too tall to provide proper clearance under bridges and tunnels on a regular flatbed.
A logging bed flatbed truck is a variation of the flatbed used in the lumber industry to transport wood or timber. What makes this variation unique is that not only does it have stakes on the sides of the flatbed, it also has stakes in the middle of the flatbed to help keep the wood in place as the vehicle moves. Some of these flatbed variations also have more axles or stronger tires to travel across the hilly terrain timber is typically found in.
If you are looking to rent a flatbed truck, you may see the Freightliner Business Class M2 106, or the Freightliner M2 112 as flatbed truck rental options. Freightliner was founded in 1942, and they have dedicated themselves to always being innovative. Due to Feightliner’s dedication and record of producing quality trucks, Freightliner has become the best-selling brand of heavy-duty trucks in North America today, making them a great choice for Renters looking to meet their flatbed truck rental needs in the Boston, Massachusetts area.
The Isuzu NQR and the Isuzu NPR are two flatbed truck rental options you may find when searching for available flatbed truck rentals with COOP in Boston, Massachusetts. Isuzu is a Japanese company that has a primary market focus on manufacturing commercial diesel-powered trucks. Originally founded in 1916, this brand has over a century of experience manufacturing the vehicles we rely on today, making them a great choice for your flatbed truck rental needs.
Hino (formal name Hino Motors, Ltd.) is a Japanese manufacturer of commercial vehicles and diesel engines. Established in 1942, Hino is a subsidiary of Toyota, and it benefits from having the resources and expertise of its older parent company. Hino is a trusted manufacturer with proven results, and they’d be happy to meet your flatbed truck rental needs with any of their great models like the Hino 258 or the Hino 338.
Don't just take our word, hear what COOP customers have to say about our platform.
“The supply of short-term rental trucks was almost impossible. COOP was able to help by connecting us to equipment Owners that weren’t utilizing their fleets.”
“I like the convenience of being able to pick up the vehicles when I need them, check them out on the app, take pictures, and get on the road.”
Oftentimes, vehicles or other hazards may be parked in a spot that is either illegal or troublesome for the owner of the property that this vehicle or hazard will sit on. As such, being able to rely on tow-truck drivers that can carefully store and haul away the hazard in their vehicle is important. Flatbed trucks are some of the best options for securing a vehicle because they can safely fit the entire vehicle on their bed, which also minimizes the risk of damage to the vehicle.
Construction companies often need to transport large loads of building materials or tools that would otherwise be too large for a box truck or another type of enclosed truck vehicle to transport, making the flatbed instrumental to this industry’s success. If you have a construction business or are doing some work around your house or someone else’s, consider how the flatbed truck rental might benefit you in Boston, Massachusetts.
Landscaping companies, similar to construction companies, can greatly benefit from flatbed truck rentals or any of the variations available. Because the flatbed truck typically has no sides or sides with no roof, this allows for multiple people to load the truck from multiple angles. As a result, these trucks can allow an entire gardening team to load their landscaping job remnants simultaneously, allowing for the quickest efficiency in completing jobs.
Where can I rent a flatbed truck in Boston, Massachusetts?
COOP’s convenient truck-sharing platform allows you to flexibly rent a flatbed truck in Boston, Massachusetts without you ever waiting at a rental counter. As soon as you finish registering with your active DOT # on COOP, the power to rent your next commercial vehicle needs lies in the palm of your hands.
How much does it cost to rent a truck in Boston, Massachusetts?
There are various trucks available to be rented with COOP, and all these different types of trucks have different price points. However, your flatbed truck rental options can start from as low as $69 per day.
Can you guarantee me a certain brand of rentals?
No, COOP isn’t able to guarantee the availability of any specific type of truck or brand, but there are typically multiple brands available to choose your rental from.
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!
Confidence on every rental.
A quick, cost-effective, and hassle-free quality option that offers $100K physical damage and $1M liability.
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.