Flatbed Trailer Rental in Los Angeles, CA

Sometimes, the items or products that a business needs to ship are much too large, bulky, or awkward to fit inside an enclosed trailer. Flatbed trailers have no sides or top and can be used to effectively and safely ship items that otherwise would not be able to be transported. That said, the items shipped in flatbed trailers normally need to be okay with exposure to natural elements such as rain or heat since they aren’t enclosed. Businesses small and large should check out the COOP platform to browse a variety of flatbed trailers for rent in Los Angeles, CA.

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Common Flatbed Trailer Features

  • Length: 53 feet
  • E-Track, other load-securing systems
  • Removable stakes and hydraulic lift gates for easy loading and unloading
  • Available air-ride suspension helps reduce cargo damage
  • Automatic transmission and power steering for easy driving
  • Many CARB compliant
  • Air-conditioned, AM/FM radio with CD
  • Tire pressure monitoring system

Available Trailer Types

Here are some possible variations of trailer rentals in Los Angeles

Lowboy Trailers

As the name would suggest, lowboy trailers are flatbeds that sit a little close to the ground. Sometimes referred to as drop deck trailers, these flatbeds are specially designed to haul equipment that is particularly tall. While hauling this tall equipment, truck drivers are able to adhere to road rules and regulations without the need to disassemble parts.

Extendable Trailers

With another intuitive name, extendable trailers are used to extend to create as much space as is needed to effectively haul and transport. With a weight limit of 43,000 lbs and a height limit of 8.6 ft, extendable trailers can be extended to as long as 80 ft. long and 8.6 ft. wide. Extendable trailers are sometimes also called flatbed stretch trailers, considering they are used to haul freight with would overhang on standard flatbed trailers.

StepDeck Trailers

There are two main components to StepDeck trailers: an upper and lower deck. The upper deck is the front deck which lowers to the second one. The design of this flatbed allows for the transportation of equipment or materials that may be taller. Like lowboy trailers, StepDeck trailers may lower to the ground than the standard 60 in. that a normal flatbed would be suspended from the ground.

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Trailer Brands

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

Great Dane

Great Dane has been involved in the production of top quality trailers for years, placing an emphasis on the reliable and efficient nature of their flatbed trailers. Interested businesses can check out the COOP platform for a variety of Great Dane flatbed trailer selections for rent.


Some of the most popularly used trucks, trailers, and flatbeds on the road are from Utility. With their highly durable and convenient trailers, Utility manufacturers for high functionality. No matter the need of your business, Utility provides small and large trailers and trucks for quick pick up or commercial size jobs.


Heiwo is involved in manufacturing a wide variety and assortment of different flatbed trailers. Whether your business is looking to haul construction equipment, agricultural products, or machinery, Heiwo has a flatbed trailer for it. Businesses may find the customizable nature of Heiwo trailers to be particularly attractive, and interested parties should check out the COOP platform to see the wide selection of varieties available.

Trailer Uses

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

Landscaping Businesses

Those businesses with clients who’ve hired them to service and care for their lawns and landscaping needs can certainly benefit from the use of flatbed trailers. Flatbeds are perfect for hauling lawn mowers, in addition to a number of other equipment that is frequently used to groom the client’s lawns. Keeping your equipment safe is important too, and flatbed trailers often come with fitted aids that help to keep all equipment secure.

Hauling Construction Materials and Equipment

Flatbed trucks are also popular in the construction industry, considering that a lot of the equipment that is used is too large to store within an enclosed trailer. Whether transporting construction vehicles, or large parts that will be used to assemble projects on-site, flatbed trailers are perfect for transporting these items and ensuring they make it to the job site safely.

Transporting Automobiles

Automotive transport is another one of the industries that most frequently takes advantage of flatbed trailers. When automobile manufacturers need to distribute new cars, or when cars that are out of service need to be transported from one location to another, it is flatbed trailers that help to get the job done safely and efficiently.

Los Angeles, CA Businesses Using Flatbed Trailers

Los Angeles is the second-largest city in the US, and automotive transport to the many corners of our nation is an important part of the Los Angeles economy. Businesses distributing these automobiles frequently use flatbed trucks to safely transport vehicles and ensure the safety of the individuals on the road and the cars while in transit alike. Any business looking to rent a flatbed trailer should take a look at the COOP platform, where individuals are able to browse for a flatbed that’s perfect for their needs.


Rent Trailers in Los Angeles 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 trailer options, make your selection then send a request. After the request is made your trailer 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 trailer 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 trailer, it is important to take pictures. This will protect you in case the owner assumes you caused any damage in return.

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