Flatbed Truck Rental in St. Louis, MO

The lack of sidewalls and a roof make flatbed trucks ideal for transporting bulky or unusually shaped freight. They are frequently rigid or articulated to effectively carry out any necessary heavy-duty tasks. Join COOP today to find the best flatbed truck rental in St. Louis for your company if you're searching for one.

Common Flatbed Truck Features

  • Length: 48 feet
  • E-Track, other load-securing systems
  • Removable stakes and hydraulic lift gates for easy loading and unloading
  • Available air-ride suspension helps reduce cargo damage
  • Automatic transmission and power steering for easy driving
  • Many CARB compliant
  • Air-conditioned, AM/FM radio with CD
  • Tire pressure monitoring system

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Available Flatbed Truck Types

Here are some possible variations of Flatbed Truck rentals in St. Louis

Logging Body

A fixed central beam and side support on logging body flatbed trucks are intended to transport logs. When moving merely logs, a straight truck can be employed; however, when moving tree-length logs or numerous bunks of log-length material, a completely different configuration is required. A loader is frequently fitted on the back of the straight trucks used with logging body flatbed trucks to help with self-loading.

Flatbed Body 

Since flatbed trucks are "open" in this way, they may move heavy or bulky equipment that might not fit in other forms of transportation with enclosed cargo compartments. Due to the lack of sides or a roof, this open shape also makes loading and unloading easier by allowing the use of cranes or other equipment.

Step Deck 

An industrial flatbed truck called a step-deck is used to transport items that are very tall and/or heavy. Step deck trucks were made to have a lower clearance to enable the transportation of industrial or tall machinery since transportation regulations have a limit on the maximum height of cargo that can be carried on trucks.

Stake Bed 

In a stake bed flatbed truck, the side of the flatbed is mounted with detachable stakes or posts. These stakes or posts can be taken out for loading or unloading and then set back in position before transportation to make sure the cargo is secured. Farmers frequently transport farm machinery, cattle, feed, and wood in this arrangement.

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Truck Brands

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


Vanguard offers flatbed trucks with both lightweight steel VSF and completely aluminum variants. The totally aluminum model's ability to give the same strength while being significantly lighter is a plus that can assist your wallet in the long term due to lower fuel costs, even though the strength alone may be something to consider.

Great Dane

Whether you prefer a robust model built of steel, a lightweight one made of aluminum, or a combination of both, Great Dane flatbed trucks offer you high-quality excellence with alternatives for any type of driver. Great Dane produces flatbed trucks that may give you exactly what you need, whether your main priority is strength or affordability and fuel efficiency.


The highest quality standards in the industry are used to manufacture the steel drop deck trailers and aluminum and combination flatbeds made by Transcraft by Wabash National. To ensure that your rig is visible regardless of the time of day or the environment you are in, they include an increased visibility lighting system in the back. If you need a flatbed truck, Wabash flatbed truck rentals are a great option.

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, which come in a wide range of lengths and sizes, are a great option for your landscaping requirements. In addition to being able to transport your heaviest tools and equipment from job to job, flatbed trucks can provide a simple approach to reach your landscaping equipment. There are numerous length options available which mostly range between 26ft and 48ft.


From tiny to medium-sized contracts to substantial industrial and commercial projects, there are different types of construction assignments and firms. Different components of each of these building projects call for various gear and equipment, ranging in size from enormous to small. Because you may rent whatever size you need to get your equipment to the job site, flatbed trucks are a fantastic option for the construction business.

St. Louis, MO Businesses Using Flatbed Trucks

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


Can I use a flatbed truck for my business in St. Louis?

Absolutely! Using the COOP app you can find many different sizes and brands of flatbed trucks that fit your business demands. Download the COOP app to join the platform and reserve your next rental!

How much would it cost for me to rent a flatbed truck using COOP?

Our COOP platforms have different flatbed trucks that vary in price for many reasons. If you rent with COOP, the daily rental rates start from $69 for flatbed trucks.

How do the rental costs on COOP compare to other options?

The prices on the COOP app are very competitive compared to other options available, even at the local rental counter. With a wide variety of flatbed truck rental options available in St. Louis depending on seasonal availability, you can register with the COOP app to find a great fit for your business needs today!

Rent Flatbed Trucks in St. Louis 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.

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Vehicles rented through COOP come with Ryder’s 24/7 roadside assistance for a reliable rental experience.

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