Flatbed Truck Rental in Detroit, MI

Flatbed trucks are also referred to as platforms and are used for hauling oversized and heavy loads. Their floors can either be made of steel, aluminum, or hardwood. Whether you are looking for a perfect commercial truck to haul your construction equipment or need one for your logging business, you have plenty of flatbed truck options to choose from. You can conveniently rent such a truck with COOP and easily get the job done.

Common Flatbed Truck Features

  • Length: 48 feet
  • Maximum freight weight 48,000 pounds
  • 8.5-foot load height
  • 8.5 feet wide
  • Many CARB compliant

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Available Flatbed Truck Types

Here are some possible variations of Flatbed Truck rentals in Detroit

Flat Bed Body

Flatbed trucks with the flat bed body design are some of the most common. They come in different sizes and are used for hauling heavy machinery, equipment, and oversized pipes, just to mention a few. Since they are open with no roof or sides, they can be used to load freight from any side of the truck. Also, the floor of the truck could be made of either wooden or metallic planks.

Stake Bed Body

Unlike flat bed bodies that have no sides, stake bed bodies have removable stakes which act as the sides of the truck. These stakes are mostly made of metallic bars and are fitted in sockets located on the edges. They function as support for the goods in transit.

Step Deck

Step decks are designed with two decks that form the platform of the truck. They have a short deck that is usually 11ft. This deck drops to form a larger deck that has a maximum length of 37ft. They are designed like that in order to haul goods that are tall and might not fit under low overpasses.

Logging Body

Another type of flatbed truck is the logging body design which is specially made for hauling logs. They are usually customized with high sides that ensure that cargo stays in place and safeguards the safety of the operator. Since they are used for heavy hauling which might sometimes entail offroad trucking, logging body trucks have superb suspension.

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Truck Brands

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


This brand manufactures driver-centric trucks that are safe to operate, not forgetting a trustworthy performance. Safe and comfortable cab areas, improved visibility, and ergonomics all give the driver a great driving experience. International flatbeds are heavy-duty, eg the Lonestar model, and are made perfect for your heavy freight. This flatbed has proven reliability, is fuel efficient due to its aerodynamics, and has a sleeper cab option for long distances.


Utility manufacturing company is known for durable and economical trucks. It has several flatbed trucks such as the tautliner, 4000 AE, and 4000S. The 4000S for instance is a heavy-duty all-steel platform. The main beams have high-quality paint that prevents rust which lowers maintenance costs. The double tapered beam at the back maximizes the distribution of the load’s weight. The 4000AE drop deck hauls up to 71,000lbs due to its incredible features such as the strong aluminum outrigger attachments that provide stability and distribution of weight.


Scania manufactures trucks that offer endless hauling opportunities for businesses. Flatbed trucks made by Scania are powerful and tailored for heavy haulage with a V8 range and 730 horsepower engine. It also has great driveability and guarantees the comfort of the driver. Scania trucks are also designed for durability and consume less fuel.

Flatbed 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 Flatbed Trucks rented on COOP.


Flatbed trucks are commonly used in construction sites since a lot of heavy lifting is involved. Lifting bulldozers, beams, and posts used in such applications require a heavy-duty flatbed truck that is open for easy loading and unloading.

Appliance Hauling

Flatbed trucks are also used to haul appliances. This is because they help to maintain the stability of the load. If you need to make appliance deliveries but don’t have the right truck, you can rent a flatbed truck with COOP.


Another way to use your rental flatbed truck is for landscaping. They are sturdy enough to haul different kinds of equipment and machines used eg excavators, that need to be transported to and from the site on these flatbed trucks. You can rent a 48ft flatbed truck with COOP and conveniently haul everything you need.

Detroit, MI Businesses Using Flatbed Trucks

There are several businesses that can benefit from flatbed truck services. When you rent one with COOP, it opens the possibility for any of the following uses.


Can I use a rental flatbed truck for my transport business?

Definitely! Renting with COOP allows you to find a rental flatbed truck suitable for your hauling needs. Once you find what you need, you can use it for your transport business.

Where can I rent a flatbed truck?

You can rent a flatbed truck with COOP. The platform has different flatbed trucks that businesses in Detroit can easily access and rent depending on the need.

How can I find CDL truck drivers?

A convenient way of accessing CDL truck drivers near you is through COOP. Join the platform and use the search filters to find one near you.

Rent Flatbed Trucks in Detroit 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.

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