Engine and Efficiency
Transmission and Configuration
Interior and Comfort
Fuel and Tanks
Safety and Compliance
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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As the name suggests, sleeper tractors are designed with a resting area. The cabin is suited for the driver to sleep, so many prefer it for a long-distance journey. Sleeper tractors mostly have comfortable interiors with air conditioning and soft cushioning on the chairs. Its cargo compartment is also sturdy and allows cargoes to be safe while being transported.
Day Cab Tractor
Day cab tractors are good for transporting goods over short distances. However, if your business needs a tractor to haul goods within a small region, you may want to go for the simplicity of a day cab tractor. It has a simple cab which features a small cabin and rear windows. The small size of the tractor also helps with fuel efficiency.
A tractor-trailer is a variation of a tractor, which is partially a tractor and a trailer, with the two parts joined together by metal bars. This variation is especially good for hauling goods in the construction industry. Tractor-trailers also work well for long-distance hauling and for heavy-duty freights.
International tractors are reliable and efficient. From the study materials used in making the exterior to the comfortable design of the interior, International is one of the top brands making tractors. The tractors are also fuel and cost-efficient and have standard technological fittings to cap it all.
Mack is a regular name among tractor users, and its reputation is built on the quality of its vehicles. Mack tractors are strong, reliable, and offer the best functionalities customers may desire. When renting Mack, you are assured that you have a tractor highly suitable for the job, and you only have to do your part.
Volvo is one of the leading vehicle makers that have withstood the test of time. Like their cars, Volvo tractors are highly efficient and give the best value for money. The tractors are particularly known for their fuel efficiency, low emissions, comfort, and standard technological features.
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Long Distance Hauling
Tractors are good for long-distance hauling, especially sleeper cabs. These tractors are useful for businesses that haul freights across states or other long distances. The driver can sleep and take needed rests in the cabin and continue his journey seamlessly.
Tractors are made for landscaping as they can tow heavy machinery with ease. They also help with large construction materials that humans cannot carry easily. You can leave the contractors to get a tractor, but you can also rent one yourself by joining the COOP app.
Tractors are the best for lifting and hauling heavy-duty freights. Whether across a field or several miles, renting a tractor is your best bet to transport heavy-duty freights without incurring problems. You can rent one on COOP by joining the truck-sharing platform that connects truck Owners to Renters.
Where can I rent a tractor in Chicago?
You can rent a tractor in Chicago from COOP. Use the COOP app to find the rental tractor you want and follow the above process to rent it.
Where can I get a tractor driver in Chicago?
You can get a driver for your tractor through the COOP app. When you register on the app, you will find a section dedicated to finding drivers around you. So whether you are renting a tractor or you already have yours, you can get a driver there.
How much does it cost to rent a tractor in Chicago?
Renting a tractor in Chicago usually costs $93 upward for a single tractor, while a tandem tractor starts from $102. If you need the tractor for more than a day, you should calculate the daily rates multiplied by the number of days you need it for.
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