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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It is designed with the engine compartment placed in front of the cab area, thus a long bonnet. This offers different advantages like accessibility making maintenance and repair faster. The conventional design also gives the driver comfort even when taking bumps as compared to the cab over engine designs. The only disadvantage it possesses is that it needs a large parking area and might be more difficult to take tight turns with it.
A cab over engine truck is one with a flat face. It has a vertical face with the cab sitting on top of the front axle. This unique feature accounts for visibility during trips since the driver has a clear picture of the road. In terms of length, they are shorter compared to conventional box trucks, thus can make turns in congested areas and even more, occupy less parking space.
Also known as reefer trucks, these trucks are manufactured with refrigeration units in the cargo area to help maintain suitable temperature conditions for the freight in transit. Due to the nature of perishable freight, these trucks are tailor-made to ensure that the goods remain fresh. Sensitive goods such as pharmaceutical products, flowers, vegetables, meat, and frozen foods can be transported efficiently using these trucks.
Thermo King trucks offer different engine capacities that are mostly diesel-powered. These diversified solutions would enable you to meet most of your clientele requests. Some of their models are refrigerated, hence used to ensure that perishable freight being transported remains fresh.
Freightliner box trucks are some of the highest-ranked trucks. They are designed to cover long-distance transportation and due to their wide windshield, they offer good visibility for the driver. They are rugged with powerful engines and also designed to provide comfort when taking long trips.
Hino trucks can be categorized into heavy and medium-sized trucks. They are fuel-efficient thus can take long trips. They are also designed to offer comfort to the driver and as such, are used to cover long mileage. Additionally, they are environmental-friendly as they have low emissions.
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Most box truck designs are efficient since they consume less fuel due to the nature of their engine capacities. They have versatile load capacities that enable transportation of several loads and are less costly compared to transporting them in bits. This saves on time and cost, aiding with the efficient delivery of the last mile.
With the right box truck rented with COOP, e.g. refrigerated box truck, businesses are able to deliver produce safely and in the required condition. Since reefer box trucks allow for temperature regulation, you are able to deliver to your customers as per their expectations. Business entities with different load capacities can use conventional box truck rentals that are long enough to carry voluminous goods.
Box trucks are designed to ensure the safety of goods due to the even distribution of weight controlling the center of gravity. You can use your box truck to deliver different freight at a go due to their large carrying capacity. This gives an upper hand to a business that needs to haul different kinds of goods.
You can rent a large box truck with COOP. Joining the platform allows you to access different trucks for rent in Memphis.
You can find truck drivers to hire on COOP. Just like you can find trucks for rent on the platform, you can also find truck drivers to hire when you join COOP.
Box trucks for rent on COOP start from $60 per day, hence your weekly cost depends on the kind of truck you rent and how long you rent it for.
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Once at the pick-up location, drivers will upload photos of the vehicle’s condition on the platform and get the keys from the vehicle’s owner to begin a rental and get on the road.
To complete reservations, simply have drivers return the vehicles to their designated locations, hand off the keys, and upload some return pictures. Pay the daily rate and mileage, and you're done!
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