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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Triple Axle Trucks
These are flatbed trucks with one extra axle instead of the standard two axles. This extra axle is typically added to the truck to increase its strength capability. With the third axle installed, heavier loads can be transported on a flatbed truck.
Stake Bed Body
These are trucks with detachable stakes positioned along the edges of the truck. The stakes are occasionally used to provide extra support for goods in transit. The stakes can also be removed to allow for easier truck loading. They can also be removed to make more room for excessively large loads.
This flatbed has two platforms that are adjacent to each other, typically, with one of the platforms being lower than the other. The one at the bottom can also be used as a ramp for easy cargo loading and unloading. The two platforms allow for the transportation of consignments of varying heights. Also, the top deck is usually shorter in length than the bottom deck, a feature that is ideal for a building project. The lower deck can transport heavy machinery such as a tractor, while the top deck transports other supplies such as steel rods and cement bags.
Vanguard is a fantastic manufacturer of heavy-duty trucks. Their flatbed truck is capable of transporting a wide range of commodities, including construction equipment, agricultural produce, and even minerals such as oil. The best thing about vanguard flatbed trailers is that they can be tailored to the specific task at hand.
Flatbeds manufactured by Utility have aluminum structures. They are lighter in weight than the majority of flatbed trucks on the market. Even though it is lighter, it retains sufficient structural strength to haul heavy loads. The utility has made significant efforts to ensure that you can customize a flatbed truck to complete a task with specific requirements.
The majority of their flatbed trucks are made of aluminum. Great Dane chose aluminum not only because it is light, but also because it has strength and dependability. The freedom XP is one of the lightest aluminum flatbeds on the market. The freedom XP is designed to transport large amounts of cargo at once.
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Because it is open-topped, it is well-suited for transporting a wide range of items, including industrial commodities such as steel coils, steel pipes, and plastic PVC pipes. If sides are attached to it, it can also be used to transport large quantities of agricultural produce. They are widely used for heavy hauls thanks to their sturdy and stable nature.
Flatbed trucks are designed for heavy hauling. They are used for a variety of tasks on construction sites. They can be used to transport building materials to and from construction sites. Other unusually shaped machines can be transported by attaching them to the back of a flatbed truck.
The flatbed truck is large enough to transport other vehicles, such as those from manufacturers to showrooms or from the port to their final destination. Heavy-duty shipping straps must be used to hold the vehicle in place during transportation.
What size flatbed truck do I need to move construction equipment?
Many factors must be considered before deciding on a flatbed truck. The COOP platform has a wide range of flatbed rentals in Newark capable of meeting your transportation needs. Rent a large 48ft flatbed truck to haul all your construction equipment.
Where can I rent a flatbed truck?
By registering with COOP, your chances of finding a flatbed rental in Newark increase exponentially. COOP helps by providing easy access to flatbed truck rentals for businesses that need them.
Who has reliable flatbed trucks for rent in Newark?
COOP. By joining the platform, you gain access to reliable flatbed truck rentals that can match your needs.
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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.
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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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