Flatbed Trailer Rental in Boston, MA

A flatbed trailer is a perfect addition to your tractor truck for hauling any abnormally large or wide cargo items because the flatbed cargo trailer is completely open with no sides and no roof, making it easier to load, and perfect for cargo that wouldn’t fit into a traditional box trailer. If you’re looking for a flatbed trailer to rent in Boston, Massachusetts, register for COOP today! COOP is a convenient commercial vehicle-sharing platform that allows you to rent commercial vehicles from trusted Boston, Massachusetts businesses.

Common Flatbed Trailer Features

  • Common flatbed trailer size variations include 24 ft., 26 ft., 48 ft, and 53 ft.
  • Maximum frame rating of 80,000 lbs.
  • Wood, aluminum, and rubber flooring options available
  • Steel pillars, drop-downs, webbing straps, or ropes can be used to secure freight
  • Air-ride suspension and aluminum disc wheels

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Available Flatbed Trailer Types

Here are some possible variations of Flatbed Trailer rentals in Boston

Step-Deck Flatbed Trailer

A step-deck flatbed trailer is a great variation of the traditional flatbed trailer for drivers who are looking to transport tall cargo. This flatbed trailer has two levels: the first level which is of standard height and attaches to the truck pulling it, and the second level which drops down to a lower height, allowing for taller cargo to be loaded and still be below the clearance level needed for bridges and tunnels.

Aluminum Floor Flatbed Trailer

Traditional flatbed trailers with aluminum floors are a great choice for transporting freight in milder climates. This flooring type is advantageous because it doesn’t rust and is mold-resistant, helping to protect the cargo you transport and making it less susceptible to weather conditions. These trailers are recommended for milder climates though because they can be very slippery when ice forms on the surface, more so than alternative flooring types, and they can be loud when loading or walking on these trailers.

Wooden Floor Flatbed Trailer

Wooden floor flatbeds can be seen almost everywhere, but they are not all made the same. The types of wood used for flatbed trailer floors include douglas fir, rough oak, and southern yellow pine. Though each type of wood has its benefits and drawbacks, all of them are treated to be resistant to chemicals and rotting and are made to be strong and durable for your freight and cargo loading needs. A drawback of wooden flooring is that it can warp due to elements, but it absorbs cold and icy conditions better than a metal-bed trailer.

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Trailer Brands

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

Great Dane

Great Dane, an American manufacturer with its headquarters in Chicago, Illinois, has been making trailers since 1900. The first trailers this manufacturer specialized in were flatbed trailers, but by 1934, they added both tank trailers and enclosed vans to their offerings. Three trademark models of flatbed trailers you may find available for rent include Great Dane Freedom SE, the Great Dane Freedom LT, and the Great Dane Freedom XP.

East Manufacturing Company

East Manufacturing is a privately-owned company that is driven to make products that are built better. Founded in 1968, they pride themselves on optimizing payload potential with low-weight, high-stress tolerating trailers. They also minimize downtime with their designs to maximize profitability by lowering operating costs. Consider renting their East Manufacturing Beast or their East Manufacturing MMX products.


Wabash National is a customer-focused company that prides itself in its world-class manufacturing and engineering focused on real-world solutions. The customers, employees, and communities they serve drive everything Wabash does, and have done so since this company was founded in 1985 in Lafayette, Indiana. Be on the lookout for their Transcraft Eagle flatbed series when looking for a flatbed to fulfill your freight transportation needs.

Flatbed 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 Flatbed Trailers rented on COOP.


Flatbeds can be seen transporting entire homes and raw materials such as lumber used for construction purposes all across the country. Their durable flooring, combined with their open sides for easy storage make it a possibility for wide loads and a variety of things to be transported that otherwise wouldn’t fit into an enclosed trailer.


Without long heavy-duty trailers, many large trees and other forces of nature wouldn’t be able to be cleared from the properties and roads that they pose a hazard on. In addition to the natural items, landscapers rely upon flatbeds to transport, flatbeds also help to transport large machinery for doing their landscaping work.

Heavy Freight Hauling

Because they lack sides, flatbed trailers are great for any type of oversized heavy freight hauling that wouldn't fit into an enclosed trailer. Though this makes it a popular choice for construction and landscaping industries, many other industries, including manufacturing companies, use flatbeds for their heavy freight hauling needs.

Boston, MA Businesses Using Flatbed Trailers

The flatbed truck is another great tool that the construction industry in Boston Massachusetts relies upon for completing their residential and commercial builds in the city of Boston, Massachusetts. With their durability, as well as different flooring types that can be switched out depending on the season, these flatbed trailers increase profitability and efficiency for the construction industry. Rent your next flatbed trailer in Boston, Massachusetts by joining COOP.


Where can I rent flatbed trailers in Boston, Massachusetts?

Flatbed trailers can be rented through the palm of your hand without having to wait at a rental counter by joining COOP’s commercial-vehicle sharing platform.

How much does it cost to rent a flatbed trailer in Boston, Massachusetts?

Starting from $21 per day, you can rent a flatbed trailer in Boston, Massachusetts through COOP’s convenient commercial vehicle-sharing platform.

Can I travel out of state with my flatbed trailer rental?

The rental page on the COOP platform will indicate if you can take your specific rental out-of-state, but there are flatbed trailer rentals that do allow for out-of-state transportation.

Rent Flatbed Trailers in Boston 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.

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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