Tractor Rental in Baltimore, MD

There are many different transportation options available on the market today. Trucks come in all shapes, sizes, and brands, but sometimes you have a load so large that only a tractor will be strong enough to pull it. There are many different brands and sizes of tractors out there, and what type you should rent will depend on the size and weight of the load that you need to haul. With a wide assortment of tractors to browse and rent, COOP is an excellent choice if you need to haul a heavy load but do not want to buy your own tractor. Download the COOP app and join today to find a tractor rental for your business in Baltimore, Maryland today!

Common Tractor Features

  • Custom interiors, loaded with driver comforts for the long haul
  • Electronic engines, air shields or air fairing and cab extenders
  • Air suspension driver seat for a more comfortable ride
  • Power steering, air conditioning, motorized mirrors, well-appointed cab interiors

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Available Tractor Types

Here are some possible variations of Tractor rentals in Baltimore

Tandem Axle Tractor

Slightly different from the standard tractor, a tandem axle has a second axle and set of wheels located directly behind (tandem to) the front axle and wheels. By having an additional axle and set of wheels, tandem axle tractors can haul heavier loads than a single axle. The second set of tires also provides a smoother ride and increased shock absorption, but also adds weight and reduces fuel efficiency.

Single Axle Tractor

There are only the standard two sets of wheels and one axle on a single axle tractor, making them lighter and more maneuverable than the tandem axle. As a tradeoff, they are also more fuel-efficient, saving you money on long-haul trips where every gallon of fuel matters.

Sleeper Cab Tractor

Sleeper cab tractors can increase both time and cost efficiency, as they have a sleeper cab attached to the cabin. The driver can use this sleeper cab to pull over and rest on long-haul trips, rather than needing to find a hotel for every night of a long trip. Some sleeper cabs even come with restrooms and other amenities, making for a very comfortable driving experience. Sleeper cab tractors are typically used for long-haul trips but can be used for daily hauling and deliveries as well.

Featured rental vehicles

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2018 Isuzu NRR

18' Dry Truck
Unique Event Elements
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2019 Freightliner Cascadia

Tandem Axle Tractor
Eastham Forge
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2016 Utility Dry Van

53' Dry Trailer
J.D. Associates

Tractor Brands

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


As one of the most popular tractor brands on the planet, Freightliner has built up an excellent reputation over the decades they have been in business. Manufacturing high-quality tractors that are known for both powerful, fuel-efficient engines and a great driver experience has made Freightliner extremely well-regarded among drivers and tractor enthusiasts alike.


Volvo has the second-highest sales of any tractor manufacturer in the world, a testament to their engineering and customer-focused design. Volvo has always been known for safety and efficiency across all of its vehicles since the company began in 1928. Volvo tractors are known to provide both a comfortable drive for the driver and a powerful, fuel-efficient engine for the tractor.


Another global tractor manufacturing company, International tractors are known worldwide for an unbeatable track record of producing a great product. A leading manufacturer of trucks and tractors of all duty and cargo types, International trucks are some of the best that a driver could ask for. Many of International’s tractor models, like the LT series, provide options to include either Cummins or International-brand engines. The International Lonestar tractor has a unique aerodynamic design that provides optimum fuel efficiency, along with International brand quality and reliability.


The Mack brand of tractors may be the most recognizable brand in the world by both drivers and non-drivers. Owned by the same parent company like Volvo, Mack trucks are always associated with toughness and dependability, but non-Mack owners may not know that their technological innovations are also an important part of the company’s popularity with truckers. The Mack powertrain was born through a relentless dedication to building trucks that could haul heavy loads while withstanding the brutal mileage of long-haul trips. Mack trucks are also highly customizable, meaning you may have many different choices for options when you choose to rent a Mack tractor on the COOP app!

Tractor Uses

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


Residential and commercial landscaping jobs alike may require equipment to get the job done that is too heavy to be pulled by a pickup truck. Especially for the larger projects, sometimes your landscaping business in Baltimore may need to bring in the heavy equipment to do it the right way, and that is where the COOP app can help. If you have a need for a tractor but would prefer to rent over purchasing your own, COOP could be the perfect solution for you and your business needs. No matter how heavy or how much equipment you need for your landscaping business in Baltimore, the COOP app can help you find a tractor rental that is just right for you.

Long Distance Hauling

If you have a large cargo load to take cross-country or up or down the east coast, a tractor is a way to get that cargo moving. Built to withstand those high-mileage trips and haul the heaviest loads, tractors are the perfect solution for long-distance hauling. If your trip is especially long, the sleeper cab tractor can provide a time and cost-effective solution. By having a sleeper compartment attached to the cab, drivers have the option to pull over and rest rather than find a room for the night, saving precious time and money during those long-distance hauling trips. An even more cost-effective strategy is to use the COOP app to rent sleeper cab tractors for your long-haul needs rather than buying a truck yourself!

Construction Equipment

The construction industry is known for requiring large, heavy, and extremely tough machinery and equipment to get their jobs done. Much of the largest machinery, even when wheeled and motorized, is not street legal to drive itself to the job site. This means that construction companies need a way to transport their heaviest equipment to the job site, and that’s where tractors can be extremely useful. If you own a growing construction company in Baltimore that needs to haul large or heavy construction equipment to your project sites, download and join the COOP app today to find the perfect tractor rental for your business.

Baltimore, MD Businesses Using Tractors

With all of the military bases and defense contractors located in the Baltimore area, there are tractors pulling heavy-duty equipment, machinery, and new products in and out of town every single day. When tanks need to be moved to the railcars or industrial machinery needs to be delivered to one of the bases, tractors are the only vehicles strong and dependable enough to tow those heavy loads. If your business in Baltimore contracts or would like to contract with the defense industry to help move the heavy equipment that protects our nation, COOP can help you provide that solution.


Where can I rent a tractor instead of buying one?

Sometimes a business has a sudden, temporary need for a tractor for any number of reasons. You could have an especially large load to carry, heavy equipment that needs to be transported, or have any number of reasons to rent a tractor rather than purchase one. The COOP app has a wide variety of tractors available for rent, based on seasonal availability. If you need to rent a tractor temporarily, download the COOP app to find the tractor you need to get that load moving!

Where are COOP vehicles located?

Vehicles listed on COOP are typically located at the owner’s business location. COOP offers a free Uber ride to the pick-up location.

How much would a month-long tractor rental cost using COOP?

The COOP platform allows Owners to set the rates to rent their vehicles, but those rates are guided by our suggestions. A single axle tractor rental starts from $93 per day while a tandem axle tractor starts from $102 per day when you rent through the COOP app. There is a discount for any rental booked through the COOP platform for more than a week, so those prices may be reduced for longer bookings.

Rent Tractors in Baltimore 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 tractor options, make your selection then send a request. After the request is made your tractor 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 tractor 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 tractor, 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.

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

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