Single axle tractors derive their name from the number of rear-drive axles they have. These also impact the number of wheels fixed on them, which are also singular on either side. This makes single axle tractors smaller than other tractor types, which is an advantage when it comes to drivability in busy areas. This makes single axle tractors great for deliveries. You can browse the different single axle tractors available for rent in Pelham by registering with COOP.
Single Axle Sleeper Tractor
A single axle sleeper cab is a single-axle tractor that has a built-in compartment for the driver to sleep. This compartment, also known as the sleeper cab, is located right behind the driver and can house mini kitchen appliances, a bathroom, and other features and technologies in more sophisticated models.
Single Axle Day Cab Tractor
Day cabs are single-axle tractors that are meant to be used for shorter distances than a sleeper cab, due to their lack of a sleeper. However, because the day cab has no sleeper, it has more room for transporting cargo due to the additional space and less load taken up by the weight of the tractor vehicle.
Diesel-powered single-axle tractors are the most common type of fuel type used to power commercial vehicles. Diesel engines are considered to be more reliable, stronger, run longer, and get more mileage per gallon. This helps to save money and headaches by renting a diesel-powered single-axle tractor.
Volvo is a vehicle manufacturer that creates tractors as part of its large portfolio of products. This company is most well known for its innovative nature and its successfully well-rounded applications in many different industries. Some of their single-axle tractors that can be found for rent are those from their Volvo VNL series.
Peterbilt trucks are well known for their advanced systems and technology and have been since they were founded in 1939 in Denton, Texas. Peterbilt builds their trucks to be powerful and efficient, as shown in their models with the Peterbilt 382 single-axle tractor or the Peterbilt 337 single-axle tractor.
Freightliner’s single-axle tractor lineup includes the Freightliner Cascadia and Freightliner M2 series. The company has been great for over a century with keeping its efficiency when making its powerful tractors. Freightliners tractors also have on average between 300 to 600 horsepower, making them able to handle your transportation needs.
The single axle tractor has a large fuel tank and a comfortable driver’s cab that makes it ideal for long-distance freight of cargo. Additionally, if you get a single axle sleeper cab variation, you’re even more equipped for an efficient multi-day trip to transport cargo over long distances safely while making sure you and any other drivers are staying well-rested.
Large logistics companies will often use single-axle tractors to pull trailers of items that need to be delivered between distribution centers. Since these trailers can be over 50 ft. in length, they can pull larger amounts of cargo while still maintaining their maneuverability between city locations.
Retailers have large areas in the back of their stores where they receive and stock inventory to be sold in their stores. These back areas have loading docks that are specifically designed for the loading and unloading of the trailers that single-axle tractors can pull.
There are several businesses that can benefit from single axle tractor services. When you rent one with COOP, it opens the possibility for any of the following uses.
Where can I rent a single axle tractor in Pelham, AL?
COOP’s vehicle sharing platform has seasonal availability of single-axle tractors in Pelham and makes a great platform for renting these vehicles from.
How much does it cost to rent a single axle tractor?
A single axle tractor rented with COOP will have a rate that starts from $93 a day and can go up based on the supply and demand of this particular truck model.
Can I use my single axle tractor rental with COOP for out-of-state deliveries?
Different single axle tractor rentals on COOP are available for out-of-state deliveries. When reserving your rental, that information will be availed to you.