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.
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Stake Bed Body
This type of flatbed has detachable stakes running along its edges. The stakes are normally used to give extra support for goods while on transit. Since they are removable, loading cargo on the truck becomes easier, especially for large loads.
This type of flatbed truck is characterized by two platforms adjacent to each other, with one of them lower than the other. The one at the lowest end can also double as a ramp for easy loading and loading of cargo. The length of the top deck is usually shorter than the bottom deck, a feature that is perfect for construction projects. The lower deck can be used to carry heavy machinery like a tractor while the top deck ferries other supplies like steel rods and bags of cement.
This kind of design differs from the standard flatbed design because of the closeness to the ground. Lowboys lay closer to the ground to create more room for tall loads. Usually, the maximum load weight that a standard lowboy can support is 44,000 pounds.
Utility as a flatbed manufacturer is a reliable brand that is highly sought after among its users. Utility flatbeds are durable and can consequently withstand harsh wear and tear over the years. Their strength and durable character make them ideal for transportation over harsh terrains and long hauls. Their platform being corrosive resistant plays a role in the durability of the flatbeds.
Vanguard is a household American name that manufactures dependable flatbed trucks. The corrosion-resistant steel gives the truck high durability and better performance. The trucks are sturdy, resting across from a singular beam that makes up the chassis. This characteristic guarantees the truck ferries heavy loads while maneuvering through city streets.
International flatbed trucks are designed to make the driver's experience more comfortable during long hauls. The driver's cabins are spacious giving room for easy vehicle control. The power of the engine gives the truck enough strength to withstand rough terrains.
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Flatbed trucks are made for heavy-duty hauling and are very common in the construction industry. With your rental flatbed truck, you can move building supplies to and from the sites. Abnormally-shaped machines can be fixed at the back of a flatbed for transportation.
The toughness of the flatbed trucks makes them suitable for different logging tasks. Loggers use the open deck to fit a pile of logs onto the truck. These are often kept in place by in-built tools on the truck. In other cases, a stake bed flatbed truck design can be used. The stakes help in holding tightly the logs being shipped.
Flatbed truck rentals can also be used to haul appliances. When compared to other small enclosed trucks, flatbed trucks have the upper advantage of more height room for cargo in transit. To make the cargo more secure, it might be tied down or clipped to the floor of the flatbed. A tarp can be thrown over the cargo to prevent the goods from being affected by road debris.
What size flatbed truck do I need to move construction equipment?
Not all equipment used in construction is the same, but you can choose flatbed trucks of up to 48ft to haul what you need. COOP has a variety of flatbed rentals to choose from that can fulfill your transportation requirements.
Where can I rent a flatbed truck?
Our platform. Register with COOP to access and rent a flatbed truck near you in Jersey City.
How much does renting a flatbed truck cost?
Rates of renting a flatbed truck of your choice with COOP starts from $60 per day for a large size.
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