Dry Trailer Rental in Chicago, IL

Unlike flatbeds, dry trailers are enclosed on every side. The cover protects cargo from climatic elements, thus ensuring that goods are safely delivered. If you need a vehicle to convey freight that can be damaged by the weather, join COOP today to rent one. The platform has a mixed selection of dry trailers for your purposes.

Common Dry Trailer Features

  • Length: 45 - 48 ft
  • Width: 96" or 102"
  • Corrosion-resistance and impact protection
  • Installations to support loading and unloading freight

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Available Dry Trailer Types

Here are some possible variations of Dry Trailer rentals in Chicago

Pup Trailers

Pup trailers are in the smallest class of dry trailers. They are a great fit for delivering goods within the same city or location. If you need to reach a crowded city or navigate narrow streets, a pup trailer is best for you. Lengths vary between 26 to 29 feet.

Moving Vans

Moving vans come in a variety of sizes. You can choose the one you want based on the size or quantity of freight you're carrying. While they are not very common, they tend to have less bulky needs such as when moving furniture or transporting appliances.

General Dry Van Trailers

These are the most popular types of dry trailers. Finding an appropriate trailer will do the task whatever you need to haul. Dry trailers are mobile enclosures, and they protect loads such as electronics, construction materials, furniture, etcetera from weather damage.

Featured rental vehicles

50
Per day

2018 Isuzu NRR

18' Dry Truck
Unique Event Elements
5.0
120
Per day

2019 Freightliner Cascadia

Tandem Axle Tractor
Eastham Forge
5.0
120
Per day

2016 Utility Dry Van

53' Dry Trailer
J.D. Associates
5.0

Trailer Brands

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

Great Dane

This brand offers an impressive listing of dry trailers. Champion, a top-line model, was specifically designed to withstand everyday uses and provide long-term returns. In addition, the vehicle is corrosion-resistant and accommodates awkward freight with ease. On the other hand, the Sahara is suitable for carrying smaller freight through small areas.

Hyundai

For Hyundai dry trailers, defining quality is durability. As a result, the vehicles are designed to achieve maximum rigidity. Floor rails within the trailer also make for the loading and unloading of cargo. These features rank Hyundai among leading dry trailer brands. In addition, Hyundai models include the HY-CubeGL, a top-selling, space-centric vehicle in the brand's product line. The Hyundai CompositeXT, on the other hand, is designed with a focus on durability.

Utility

Dry trailers by Utility are a ready way to handle adverse traveling conditions. The brand makes its vehicles from aluminum, lessening the overall weight of the cargo. Vanguard trailers are not only spacious but also offer protection against impact. As a result, quality dry trailers manufactured by this brand are often in demand by outfits that require large space to transport their goods.

Wabash

Wabash is an old player in the vehicle manufacturing industry. Its Duraplate dry trailer model infuses innovation with its Duraplate Cell Core feature. The trailer was designed to travel lighter without sacrificing endurance on roads. The dry trailer also has optimum loading and unloading functionalities, making the haulage process seamless.

Stoughton

Engineering at Stoughton is tuned to provide remarkable quality. Here, dry trailers are designed all-around to last on the road and resist unfavorable conditions. The vehicle is also built to protect freight from impact. In addition to these, Stoughton dry trailers come in four different configurations, each one catering to specific haulage requirements.

Dry 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 Dry Trailers rented on COOP.

Hauling Appliances

Dry trailers are a safe way to transport appliances. The enclosure means that freight is well protected from the elements and is safely delivered. In addition, the enclosure offers protection from theft with sealed doors. You can rent a dry trailer that fits the size of your haulage with COOP.

Construction

Using a dry trailer also guarantees that your materials are properly secured. In addition, it protects other motorists from loose components and your business from loss. If you need to rent a dry trailer in Chicago, IL, join the COOP platform to find the one that suits you.

Deliveries

A great feature of dry trailers is that you can find one that suits your requirements. For example, if you need to make deliveries within the city, a small variant can help. With it, you can reach densely populated areas and maneuver through streets. Similarly, a larger one allows you to move heavy bulk conveniently from place to place.

Chicago, IL Businesses Using Dry Trailers

Dry trailers are a nice fit for delivery services in Chicago, IL. Finding the perfect dry trailer can greatly boost your work, whether you make last-mile deliveries or you supply retailers. A stress-free way to do this is by signing up to the COOP platform. Then, rent a dry trailer with COOP to meet your business needs efficiently.

FAQs

Who has affordable dry trailers for rent in Chicago?

You can get a dry trailer rental with COOP at competitive rates. For example, in Chicago, the platform offers large dry trailers from $20 per day.

Can I use a dry trailer rental for my transport business?

You can secure a dry trailer rental on the COOP platform and use it to support your business.

What dry trailer size do I need to move appliances?

The trailer size you need depends on the goods you're moving and the space they will take. With COOP, you can rent a 45 ft dry trailer or a larger one measuring 48 ft.

Rent Dry Trailers in Chicago 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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