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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Refrigerated Box Trucks
To enable the transportation of temperature-sensitive goods, some box trucks come with in-built refrigeration systems. These can be regulated to suit the business-specific need and may vary in functionality. For instance, some reefers are constructed to distribute temperature evenly while others are built to have multiple temperature zones.
Conventional box trucks
Conventional box trucks have an extending cabin area. Their engine is placed at the front where the steering wheel sits, and this gives them a ‘nose’ which sets them apart from the rest of the fleet. They are comfortable but not the best to drive in busy places.
Cab Over Engine
Also abbreviated as COE, the cab over engine box trucks have the engine placed at the cab area. They do not have a protruding front of the truck nose because the engine is placed below the seats in the cab. They are easier to make turns and drive in the busy parts of the city.
Chevrolet Express Cutaway
The Chevrolet Express Cutaway trucks have notable features that include different wheelbases and engine combinations which make them unique. Most of these vans come with a 4.3L V6 standard engine but other less muscular options are also available. They have a load capacity of up to 12,300lbs and 139, 159, and 177-inch wheelbases.
Some of the most common Mitsubishi Fuso trucks today include the FG 4*4, FE 130, FE160, and FE180 models. Mitsubishi Fuso has a seating capacity of up to 7 and regular cab configurations. The smallest GVWR is 13,200lb while the largest is 17,995lb, with payload capacities of up to 8,055 pounds.
Two of the most popular truck models in this category include the Hino 155 Cab-Over and the Hino 195 Cab-over. The 155 model has both single and double cab options available with up to 14,500 pounds of GVW. the truck also has a 4cylinder 5.0L engine with an HP of 210. The 195 Cab-over model on the other hand has 19,500 GVW and 7 wheelbase length variations to offer.
Ford E-series Cutaway
The E-350 series and the E-450 series are some of the most typical units in this category. With a 6.8L V10 engine, the Ford E-series is one of the most powerful box trucks there are. Also, these trucks have minimum payloads of 5,190lb with a maximum of 22,000lb.
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Due to their versatility, box trucks are used for different delivery needs. Most important, they are used for the delivery of the final mile. Small box trucks easily maneuver small roads and are great for moving goods to residential areas.
Box trucks are also used for transporting appliances. Most appliances are delicate and have to be protected during transportation to prevent contact with unfavorable weather. Most moving businesses use box trucks to carry house appliances and safely deliver them to their destination.
Box trucks are also used to transport equipment. These could be plumping equipment, camping equipment, or even construction equipment. The amount of equipment is used to determine the size of the box truck to be used.
Where can I rent a box truck?
You can rent a box truck with COOP. The platform has a variety of box trucks for rent in Durham for commercial purposes.
How much does renting a box truck cost?
You don’t have to break the bank to afford a box truck with COOP. Starting from $60 per day, you can rent a good box truck with COOP.
Can I use a rental box truck for my delivery business?
Yes! You can use your rental box truck from COOP for your delivery 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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