Box Truck Rental in Jacksonville, FL

With the rise of small businesses investing in the transportation department, this only shows its importance. But running a newly established business can have a toll on the company's finances. Instead of spending money on purchasing a brand new vehicle, one can opt for a rental. Join COOP to find a perfect vehicle for your needs and a smooth vehicle rental experience.

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Common Box Truck Features

  • Size: 16 foot dry van body
  • 960 cubic feet of cargo space
  • Up to 6,000 lb. load capacity
  • Trucks with lift gates have a 2,000 lb. load capacity
  • Turbo-charged diesel engine for increased power with fuel savings and lower emissions
  • Low cab-over design for maneuverability and tighter turning radius
  • Automatic transmission, power steering and tilt steering wheel
  • Hydraulic lift gate or walk ramp, flat floor, slat interior with E-Track for easier cargo loading, securing and handling

Available Box Truck Types

Here are some possible variations of Box Truck rentals in Jacksonville

  • Refrigerated Box Trucks
    Some box trucks are fitted with refrigeration units to enable the transportation of temperature-sensitive cargo. Depending on the type of cargo you need to transport, you can either choose the wooden floor or the metallic floor box truck rentals. The metallic floor might be durable but they don’t allow air circulation like the wooden ones, so choose either of the two depending on what you need to transport.
  • Cab Over Engine
    Box trucks could also be classified with regard to the positioning of the engine. Cab over engine is designed with the engine placed above the cab area. Instead of having it the traditional way at the from which makes it hard for the driver to make tight turns. 
  • Conventional Box Trucks
    The conventional box truck is, on the other hand, designed with the engine positioned at the front of the cab area. A perk of having this design is the ease of access to the engine during maintenance routines.

Sterling LT9500

Sterling LT9500 is a top pick for a lot of drivers because of various reasons. It comes with a 10-speed manual transmission, 12,000 lb. tandem axle, and 40,000 lb. rear axle. It uses a 6 cylinder engine with diesel as the primary fuel type and has a horsepower of 410.

Volvo

With a Volvo tandem axle day cab, be sure to get the most in terms of efficiency, and performance. Also, Volvo offers exceptional features that are rare with most of the tandem axle day cabs by other brands.

Box Trucks

Most box trucks have a low cab-over design that allows a tight turning radius. This also makes it easy to maneuver over tight areas, rendering them efficient for business. Also, most box trucks have a cargo space of 960 cu ft. and a maximum load capacity of 6,000 lbs.

Stake Trucks

A notable difference between straight trucks and stake trucks is that the latter has an open roof and removable sides that make it easy to load/unload. Also, some of them are as long as 24 ft., creating room for more loads.

Refrigerated Straight Trucks

In terms of length, Reefer straight trucks range from 22 to 26 ft. They can conveniently carry loads of up to 13,000 lbs and have a maximum cargo space of 1,600 cu ft. Transporting with reefer straight trucks guarantees safety as they are equipped with E-Track systems. Also, the hydraulic lift gate and side doors make it easier to load and unload.

Straight Trucks

A lot of straight trucks are able to carry heavy loads over long distances. They have automatic power steering and transmission for easy driving. Also, they have side doors and dock height with hydraulic lift gates or ramps which make loading and unloading easy.

Refrigerated Box Trucks

Refrigerated box trucks are also known as reefer box trucks. Most of them have a maximum load capacity of 7,000 lbs and a GVW of 17,950. This makes them ideal for transporting perishable goods, whether heavy or light over a long distance.

Refrigerated Trailers

Refrigerated trailers are also known as reefer trailers. They are temperature-controlled trailers used for the transportation of frozen goods and other temperature-sensitive goods with a maximum freight weight ranging from 42,000 lb. to 45,000 lb. Also, maximum lengths of reefer trailers are from 48 ft. to 53 ft, with maximum heights and widths of 8.2 ft. and 8 ft. respectively. Reefer trailers can also be used to haul cargo that does not require temperature control.

Step Deck Trailers

Step-deck trailers are similar to flatbed trailers in that they have no sides and a roof. Alternatively, step decks are also called drop deck trailers that are made of a top and bottom deck. They have a maximum payload of 48,000 lb. with a legal freight height of up to 10 ft. Also, most step decks have maximum lengths varying from 48 ft. to 53 ft, with widths of up to 8.5 ft.

Flatbed Trailers

With flatbed trailers, loading and unloading of freight can be done from any side. This, plus the versatility flatbed trailers offer makes them some of the best trailers in the trailer market. The maximum freight weight of flatbed trailers is 48,000 lb, and the allowed freight height is up to 8.5 ft. Also, most trailers have a maximum width of 8.5 ft. and can be as long as 53 ft.

Peterbilt 384

Peterbilt 384 is a day cab with some of the most unique functionality features. It offers a GVWR of 80,000 and a 10-speed manual transmission. The wheelbase length extends up to 170 inches with a 3.55 rear axle ratio. It has a Paccar MX13 engine and 430 horsepower.

Dry Van Trailers

Dry van trailers are enclosed trailers that mostly carry goods that could possibly get damaged from exposure to the weather. Most dry van trailers can be loaded from the rear but others have side doors to enable easier loading/unloading. They have an upper freight weight ranging from 42,000 lb. to 45,000 lb, the height of up to 8 ft, the maximum width of 8.2 ft. and maximum lengths ranging from 48-53 ft.

Box Truck Brands

COOP offers multiple brands of rentals in Jacksonville, check below for some potential brands for rent depending on availability.

  • Ram
    Ram is one of the top American brands that has worldwide recognition for their unique and reliable box trucks. It started as Ram Truck Division and has manufactured different trucks boasting some of the best features. Rearview camera, power steering, and anti-lock braking system are some of the smart features that come with most of their trucks.\
  • Isuzu
    Built for different tasks, various businesses benefit from Isuzu box truck rentals. Convenience and reliability being top factors of consideration for Isuzu trucks, they have managed to be some of the best in the transport industry. From commercial trucks to light duty and medium duty box trucks, you can rent what you need with COOP.
  • Ford
    Ford trucks are not just reliable, they are tailored to fit different transportation needs. That is why they are popular with many businesses. Be it a small or big job, they are efficient and COOP has a lineup of different box trucks for rent. Register to access the different Ford box trucks for rent in Gainesville.

Freightliner

While Freightliner is regarded as a top trailer manufacturer in the US, their day cabs are also highly sought-after in different parts of the world. It has a good number of tandem axle day cabs serving in the transport industry today. In North America, it is regarded as a top truck manufacturer. Since its establishment in 1942, Freightliner products beat their counterparts in both performance and safety.

Mercedes Sprinter vans

These vans offer high-roof space, giving you maximum cargo space. These are some of the best vans on the market and they are perfect for your transport needs.

Isuzu

With Isuzu, you can select a light, medium, or heavy-duty truck. Isuzu is one of the top truck companies so there is no doubt that you will be renting a great truck.

Thermo King

Thermo King is known for offering the top refrigerated trucks. They come in different models and depending on the nature of your business, there is always a truck for you.

Big Tex Trailers

Having been in operation for over 30 years, Big Tex Trailers produces some of the strongest and most stable trailers there are. They are highly reliable with top-notch quality, not to mention that Big Tex Trailers are installed with both electric and hydraulic brakes.

Wabash National Corporation

Wabash National Corporation started its operations dating back in 1985, with over 70 patents today. The company has some of the best-designed trailers of high standards and examples of the trailers they manufacture include platform trailers, refrigerated trailers, and intermodal equipment.

Utility Trailer Manufacturing Co.

Utility Trailer Manufacturing Co. has the largest output of reefer trailers and is one of the best trailer manufacturing companies in the USA. The company is also family-owned and produces trailers of the highest standards. Some of the trailers it manufactures include flatbeds, dry van trailers, curtain-sided trailers, and of course reefer trailers.

International

International tandem axle day cabs offer great features for a driver with both light-duty and heavy-duty needs. The company uses different innovative technologies to improve their production and this explains why their tractors are some of the most sought-after tractors. Due to high demand, the company has branched out to different sales outlets around the world.

Triton Trailers

Triton Trailers has been one of the longest-operating companies in the USA. The company has a strong focus on quality and safety of their products and ultimate customer service. Triton Trailers is known for its high-quality steel and aluminum trailers.

Stoughton Trailers

Stoughton Trailers have their headquarters located in Stoughton, Wisconsin with a focus on the production of dry van trailers, grain trailers, chassis, reefer trailers, and containers. As a way to expand operations, the company has 9 operation centers in South Central Wisconsin. The company is also among the top trailer manufacturing companies in the USA with some of the most durable trailers.

Box Truck Uses

The Box Truck rented on COOP can be used for any of your business needs. Here are some examples of the types of uses for Box Truck rented on COOP.

  • Pickups and Deliveries
    Pickup and delivery services range depending on different needs. One of the fastest-growing sectors is e-commerce. Over the years, more businesses are focusing on growing their businesses online and this has opened endless opportunities for small delivery businesses. It is a lucrative venture, and while bigger businesses may have enough fleet to move what they need, some of the small businesses need delivery services. Small delivery businesses in Gainesville can rent box trucks with COOP and cater to such businesses.
  • Independent Contractors
    Another profitable business is operating solo and providing loads for big businesses. If you are an independent contractor, then you know the importance of having the right truck. Business revolves around the type of truck you use and its efficiency to get the job done. While a lot of small independent contractors struggle with finding the right box trucks for their businesses, they can always rent with COOP.
  • Home Moving Services
    From large furniture to delicate appliances and other small items, you will definitely need the right box truck to move these. Box trucks are common with such businesses since they are enclosed and large enough to haul these items.

Jacksonville, FL Businesses Using Box Trucks

Businesses interested in the final mile are putting the box truck into great use. A box truck is an easy solution for maneuvering freight in the city. Local meal delivery services and grocery stores even have the option to use refrigerated box trucks to make those final mile deliveries. Use the COOP app to find the perfect box truck to get the job done.

Rent Box Trucks in Jacksonville with COOP

Step 1

Create a free account with COOP. You will need to be approved based on insurance requirements and operating authority standards.

Step 2

From the available Truck options, make your selection then send a request. After the request is made your Truck will be reserved for you and you will have to wait for the owner to accept it.

Step 3

Submit a reservation request for the Truck of your choice. You will then receive a confirmation containing all the pickup information you need. Payment will be made at pickup via credit card.

When you pick up the Truck, it is important to take pictures. This will protect you in case the owner assumes you caused any damage in return.

About COOP

COOP is an online platform that enables sharing and renting of trucks. It connects businesses that have idle trucks with those that need to rent them.

Join COOP and get access to rental vehicles anywhere, anytime.

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Vehicles rented through COOP come with Ryder’s 24/7 roadside assistance for a reliable rental experience.

Stay safe out on the road

Each transaction is covered by physical damage insurance and a $1,000,000 liability policy. All users are checked to ensure they meet our required insurance and operating authority standards.