Made of a towable long and flat bed, flatbed trailers are usually used for hauling tall, oddly shaped, or heavy cargo. The flatbed makes these a great option for hauling machinery, cars, or heavy equipment, with specialty models being available for extra tall or heavy items that won’t fit on a standard flatbed. If your business needs a flatbed trailer rental in Stamford, Connecticut you can download the COOP app today to start finding the right option to get your cargo moving!
Known by some as lowboy trailers, double drop trailers come in varying lengths from 24 ft to 29.6 ft. Built with high decks at both the front and rear of these trailers, a well is created that can haul cargo much taller than regulations will allow being carried on a standard flatbed, such as a crane or earth mover. The typical double drop can carry up to 40,000 lbs, which makes it a great choice if your business in Stamford needs to haul especially large or heavy cargo.
Extendable Double Drop
With the same basic design as double drops but an ability to extend the deck, extendable double drops are built to handle more cargo than a standard double drop. The decks on these trailers can extend in lengths from 29 ft to 50 ft, making it a great option to haul even larger or heavier equipment than a standard double drop can carry.
Great Dane was founded in 1900 in Savannah, Georgia, and is known for engineering high-quality flatbed trailers. As one of the largest manufacturers of various different types and models of trailers, their long history has earned them respect in the industry for their dependable products. When you rent a Great Dane flatbed trailer from the COOP app, you can rest assured that your cargo is riding on over a century of experience and craftsmanship.
Hyundai Translead is the leading manufacturer of dry and refrigerated van trailers, flatbeds, chassis, and dollies in North America. Their focus on R&D and innovation has led to a special hot dip steel galvanizing process for the structural steel components of their HT model, which provides these Hyundai flatbed trailers with strength and dependability that ensures the heaviest of heavy loads will ride safely on your journey.
Utility Trailer Manufacturing Company is the oldest and third largest flatbed trailer manufacturer in America. With all of that experience put into every product, their trailers have become known among those who use them as extremely high quality, versatile and dependable. The 4000 AE model flatbed trailer has the strength of steel with the lightweight of aluminum, giving it a higher strength but lower weight than competitors. If fuel efficiency or low maintenance and operational costs are an important factor in your business, Utility flatbed trailers are the right choice.
Vanguard National Trailer Corporation has earned a reputation for making flatbed trailers that represent long-term quality and resilience. Their models are available in either lightweight steel VSF or aluminum models. Despite the difference in material, both boast an 80,000 lbs distributed frame rating, even though the aluminum option weighs a full two tons less. Known for giving financial savings for customers and long lives of trouble-free performance, Vanguard trailers are tough enough to get the job done while light enough to give substantial savings on fuel costs.
Transcraft by Wabash National focuses on increased efficiency and saving weight (and your pocketbook) where they can. By removing weight where it isn’t necessary but keeping the strength where it counts, Wabash uses unique design processes to ensure their flatbed trailers can carry the load while saving you money. With a focus on load flexibility, fuel efficiency, reliability, and uptime, the flatbed trailers from Transcraft by Wabash National can keep your cargo moving more efficiently with less downtime (and costs) for maintenance.
Because they don’t have sides or a roof to keep their cargo protected from the elements, flatbed trailers are typically used for transporting heavy, tall, and durable items that don’t need the same protection from the elements as other, more delicate items. Construction equipment, machinery, and vehicles are just a few examples of the type of cargo you will typically see hauled on flatbed trailers. Some specialty variations like lowboys can be used to haul extraordinarily large cargo that is too tall to be transported on standard flatbed trailers. If your business in Stamford needs a flatbed trailer for hauling heavy equipment or machinery, download the COOP app to find one today!
Being in the construction industry is hard work, and there is a lot of demand put on the heavy equipment and machinery needed to do the big jobs like laying the foundation for large complexes or remodeling commercial buildings. It is often not feasible to drive that heavy equipment all the way to the job site, but flatbed trailers offer a great solution to get your equipment where it needs to go.
Many flatbed trailers are used in Stamford by construction and remodeling companies to get their heavy equipment to and from their various job sites. If your construction company is taking care of a big job that needs heavy equipment, with the COOP app you can find a flatbed trailer rental to get your heavy equipment moving to the job site today!
Does COOP have flatbed trailers that can move my heavy equipment?
There are many different types of flatbed trailers available to move different types of heavy equipment and machinery. Most equipment and machinery used in the construction industry is large and tall, so you could rent a large flatbed trailer starting from $21 with COOP. If your machinery is taller than regulations allow it to be carried on a standard flatbed trailer, you may need to find a lowboy trailer rental on the COOP app.
How much does it cost to rent a flatbed trailer for a week?
Flatbed trailers come in many different sizes and brands, with each having its own pricing set by the Owner. You can use the COOP app to rent a small flatbed trailer starting from $21 per day, with discounts available for bookings over a week long.
Do I need to pay a deposit?
Once an Owner has accepted your reservation, you will be charged a prepaid mileage fee and a security deposit. The prepaid mileage fee is based on an estimated amount of miles for your reservation. Upon vehicle return, your mileage payment will be adjusted based on the actual mileage used. You may also be charged a security deposit that covers any incidentals during your rental. This deposit will be refunded upon vehicle return or applied to any other additional costs for your rental.