Engine and Efficiency
Interior and Comfort
Chassis and Suspension
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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Tandem Axle Sleeper Tractors
Some sleeper tractors are configured with two drive axles to help support more weight. The double drive axles also help to ensure the stability of the tractor when hauling different types of loads. This also makes it easy to speed in highways.
Integrated Tractor Trailer
Integrated tractor-trailers are extremely comfortable, with the aim of making every long haul smooth for the driver. They are mostly made of aluminum material which makes the tractors very durable. Aluminum is also light which increases its efficiency for heavy-hauling.
Cab Air Suspension Sleeper Tractors
These are sleeper tractors built to provide maximum comfort for the driver on different terrains. The great suspension also ensures that bumpy roads are comfortable to drive through. They work via electric controllers that have sensors meant to gather information based on the reaction between the tractor and the road. As such, the suspension plays the role of adjusting the smoothness and firmness of the ride.
Kenworth tractors are light in weight which reduces the amount of fuel consumed. The exterior has a great aerodynamic design which reduces the fuel consumption of the tractor and in turn, reducing the overall maintenance costs. The hood, windshield, and roofline are made to optimize air up and around the trailer. As such, Kenworth tractors can be driven at high speeds.
Freightliner tractors are known for their aerodynamic designs which make them fuel-efficient. They are also made to ensure maximum comfort of the driver regardless of the distance of the trip. Through different technological innovations, Freightliner has managed to produce tractors that are versatile, great for a myriad of hauling tasks..
Peterbilt innovative technological advancements to build some of the best types of diversified tractors. Regardless of the weather outside, Peterbilt tractors are built to ensure enough ventilation and comfort in the cab area. Other incredible features of Peterbilt tractors include safety and great engine performance.
Volvo manufactures sleeper tractors to be as favorable as possible in order to ease the driving experience. The tractors are installed with a position-perfect steering wheel that has a unique neck tilt functionality. This is to ensure the driver doesn't strain himself or herself driving. They also have a collision avoidance feature which is very efficient.
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Long Distance Transportation
The sleeper tractor design has an in-built berth area. This feature provides a resting area for the driver throughout long journeys. They could also have bunkers to accommodate two drivers. This has helped in saving time and efficiently delivering cargo to the required destination.
Another common use for sleeper tractors is hauling equipment used in landscaping. Since most tractors are rugged and fitted with powerful engines, they are very efficient in the transportation of such equipment. If you are a landscaper in Cleveland looking for a reliable sleeper tractor, you can rent one with COOP.
Sleeper tractors are very efficient in the transportation of heavy materials and equipment used in construction. Sleeper tractors with multiple drive axles are perfect since they provide the support and stability needed to haul this equipment.
You can rent a sleeper tractor of your choice with COOP. The platform has different types of sleeper tractors that you can rent depending on availability.
This depends on the type of sleeper tractor you rent. For instance, a tandem sleeper tractor from COOP starts from $117 per day.
Sure! When you rent a sleeper tractor with COOP, you can comfortably use it for your transport business.
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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.
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