Truck Rental in Denver, CO

Most, if not all businesses need trucks in their day-to-day operations. Trucks can be customized to fit different tasks. The available tracks on vehicle sharing platforms like COOP help businesses match their wants with the vehicle of their choice. By registering with our platform anyone can acquire a truck rental in Denver.

Common 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 with 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

Rent on COOP and enjoy

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Available Truck Types

Here are some possible variations of Truck rentals in Denver

Refrigerated Truck

The refrigerated truck has a built-in temperature control unit that caters to temperature-sensitive cargo on transit. It is mostly used to ferry cargo such as fresh produce or frozen meats to their intended destination. Some trucks can be modified to house more than one cooling unit thus helping in the shipping of commodities that do not have the same level of temperature sensitivity.

Straight Truck

Straight trucks can also be referred to as dry van trucks due to the enclosure at the back. As opposed to the reefer truck they have no cooling unit so they are unfit in transporting perishable goods. Straight trucks are perfect for ensuring that cargo is not affected by water from the rain or harsh sun rays. As such, they are commonly used in shipping appliances and other household items.

Flatbed Truck

Flatbed trucks do not have an enclosure, but instead, they only have a platform for a cargo area. Its design allows the shipping of loads of abnormal shapes and sizes. Even without the enclosure, a flatbed truck is very functional, it's possible to use a truck in shipping other cars due to the heavy-duty chassis that holds up the entire vehicle.

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Truck Brands

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

Great Dane

Great Dane has the production of both dry van and reefer trucks as one of its renowned achievements. Great Dane has perfected the craft behind designing temperature control systems. With technological innovation, they have made them more environmentally friendly by lessening the sole use of diesel to power the units. Opting for a sustainable mix of both fossil and electrical energy.


Hino has always worked to ensure that consumers get a great deal for their money. Their dry vans are made to withstand the harshness of the road by building their exterior and interior from aluminum. The material not only facilitates the durability of the trucks but also makes them lighter and easy to maneuver.


Freightliner has been in the truck industry for years and it is quite popular. The market goes for Freightliner trucks due to the performance and the safety features installed. Road visibility makes it easy for users to ensure the utmost safety of the public and other motorists. The driver's cabin is built for comfort making it perfect for long workdays

Truck Uses

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

Mobile Services

Trucks can be customized to fit different jobs. Contractual handyman jobs can be facilitated by the use of a truck. The truck can work as a storage unit for tools and other equipment. The cargo area can be redesigned to accommodate seats for other workers.

Produce Delivery

The most suitable truck for this job is the refrigerated truck. The temperature control system helps in preserving the freshness of the cargo while on the road. When shipping produces with varying temperature requirements, a multiple temperature zone reefer truck can be useful.


The timely shipping of materials to the construction site helps in the smooth flow of the project. Be it a flatbed or a straight truck they both can be perfect vehicles for moving cement, wood, and steel rods. The advantage of using a straight truck is that it can act as a temporary storage space due to the safety provided by the enclosure.

Denver, CO Businesses Using Trucks

Trucks available with the COOP platform can fill different business demands. Rent a truck with COOP and use it for any of the following example services.


What size truck do I need to move house appliances?

Trucks are designed to carry out various tasks and they come in different dimensions. Depending on the cargo at hand you can find a truck that fits your needs. Common truck dimensions range between 16 ft to 48 ft.

How much does it cost to rent a truck?

The price is directly affected by the availability and condition of a particular truck. COOP has made it possible for the rental price to start from as low as $71 for dry trucks and from $69 a day for flatbeds.

Where can I rent a truck?

Our platform. COOP has made it easy for owners with idle trucks to interact with potential users. The truck can be rented for whatever business purpose intended.

Rent Trucks in Denver 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.

COOP is powered by Ryder

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.
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