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These are tractors with an extra compartment in the cabin area referred to as the sleeper berth area. This extension is easily accessible from the inside of the cabin since it is used as a lounge area for the driver during long trips. Some tractor manufacturers design luxurious cab and sleeper berth areas to create an ultimate experience for the driver.
Day Cab Tractors
The cab area of day cab tractors is shorter than that of sleeper tractors, making the chassis lighter. As such, day cab tractors are commonly used for daylight deliveries. This is because the design improves the tractor’s maneuverability while also making it fuel economical.
Electric Vs Diesel-powered
Tandem axle tractors that are electric-powered have a rechargeable battery. They are quieter when compared to diesel-fueled tractors and are very environmentally friendly. When compared to electric-powered tractors, diesel tandem axle tractors have more torque. The maintenance costs have since decreased because of the replacement of the sparking technique with auto-ignition.
With Kenworth, you are spoilt for choice given the different reliable models there are. These tractors are built for different hauling capabilities, from heavy hauling to long-distance hauling, they can do it all! The engines are very durable and high-quality and the overall bodywork is made to ensure easy maintenance.
Volvo tractors are built of lightweight materials that ensure that every long-distance trip is smooth. Through innovative technologies, the bodywork is quite impressive, built uniquely for a long-lasting experience. They are also very fuel-efficient with a variety of tandem axle tractor options to choose from.
Another tandem axle tractor rented with COOP by Buffalo-based businesses is Peterbilt. The brand offers a wide range of options customized to meet every hauling need. The cabin is spacious with control features that are easy to use. The tractors are also equipped with durable and powerful engines.
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Construction is one of the most common uses for tandem axle tractors. They are rugged and able to haul the large equipment often used. For most construction jobs, you might require a rugged tractor rental to go over the road. Tandem axle tractors are used for hauling both the equipment and materials used as well as clearing the sites after the construction work is done.
Tandem axle tractors are also commonly used for long hauling. The double set of drive axles is used to increase stability during these long hauls. The sleeper cab features in most tandem axle tractors also play a vital part in long hauling jobs. Rent with COOP today and find a rental tandem axle tractor for your interstate hauls.
When you rent a tandem axle tractor with COOP, you can also use it to haul appliances. You will be required to attach an enclosed trailer to shield the appliances from external elements. Businesses in Buffalo rent the tandem axle tractors they need with COOP to ensure that they deliver your appliances safely in the required state.
Where can I rent a tandem axle tractor?
Our COOP platforms. Sign up today to browse the different tandem axle tractor rentals available for rent in Buffalo and find your best suit.
Can I use a rental tandem axle tractor for my delivery business?
Absolutely! The rental tandem axle tractors on COOP are for commercial use. Register with us to find your next tandem tractor rental.
How much does it cost to rent a tandem tractor?
Based on the tandem axle tractor you choose, the rates might vary. For example, when you rent with COOP, the rates for a tandem axle tractor start from $102 per day while a tandem axle sleeper tractor starts from $117 per day.
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