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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Lowboys are made of a strong hauling deck and have lesser height limitations when compared to other types of flatbed trucks. This is because of a smaller distance between the hauling deck and the ground. As such, this provides extra load height space which is why they are used for carrying relatively larger loads than normal flatbeds. These loads can be up to 12ft tall.
Stake Bed Body
The name is derived from stakes which are simply removable ‘walls’ of the flatbed truck. The stakes are mostly made of metal railing which is fixed at the edges of the deck. They are used when extra support for the cargo in transit is needed. The flexibility in removing the stakes when needed plays a huge role in ensuring that freight can be easily loaded and unloaded onto the flatbed.
Instead of one continuous loading deck, this flatbed has two. One of the decks sits lower than the other one in order to haul taller loads. This is the main deck and has maximum lengths of up to 37ft while the top deck can be as long as 11ft. The rear part of the truck is flexible as it can be dropped to the ground forming a ramp for easier loading and unloading.
Made of lightweight materials, Utility flatbed trucks have great mileage which is vital especially when long-distance deliveries are required. With a superior powertrain, the trucks can easily and efficiently haul large loads over uneven terrains. The deck is not only strong and high-quality, the type of steel used to make it is corrosion-resistant to increase its longevity.
Built with corrosion-free materials, Vanguard trucks are made to ensure longevity besides fantastic performance. To promote efficiency when performing tasks, Vanguard trucks are built with a singular beam that provides support from the chassis.
The dashboard in the cabin area is outfitted with easily accessible features that are easy to use. This is to ensure that the driver is comfortable and does not strain during trips. The flatbeds are also driver-centric. The structure is rugged, made with durable materials for the best performance. In addition to the amazing operational features and truck structure, they also boast powerful engines that give the flatbeds the required traction for all types of hauls.
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Most flatbed trucks rented with COOP are used for construction applications. These haul heavy objects that are too large for standard trucks. With a busy construction industry in New York City, contractors can rent different flatbed truck types that suit their needs.
Another common way that flatbed truck rentals from COOP are utilized is for logging purposes. Special flatbed truck designs known as logging bodies are efficiently used in this case. The trucks are rugged and fitted with high-powered engines to maneuver different forest terrains.
You could also use your rental flatbed truck for appliance hauling. Since they are large and very powerful, they can be used to haul large loads of appliances to the required destination. COOP offers a convenient way for businesses in New York City to rent the flatbed trucks they need for such deliveries.
Who has reliable flatbed trucks for rent near me in New York City?
COOP has a range of rental flatbed trucks for business owners like you in New York. Starting from $69 per day you can rent a flatbed truck of your choice from the options available on our platform.
What size flatbed truck do I need for logging?
It depends on the task at hand, as there are different size options to choose from. You can rent a 48ft flatbed truck with COOP for your logging business.
Can I use a rental flatbed truck for my construction business?
Yes, you can! Leverage our COOP platform today and find a suitable flatbed truck rental for your construction 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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