Truck Rental in Stamford, CT

Is your business in need of a reliable truck to rent in Stamford, Connecticut? You can join COOP to find a box or straight truck, flatbed truck, or even a refrigerated truck, or many other options available now for a business like yours. Join COOP today to find the available rental trucks in Stamford for your business needs today!

Common Truck Features

  • Electronic stability control
  • Size: 24-26 feet
  • Elevated roof available
  • 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
  • All lift gates have a standard power up and down feature
  • Body reinforced to accept forklift loading
  • Flat floor & slat interior protect cargo and keep loads secure
  • Air-conditioned, AM/FM radio with CD

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Available Truck Types

Here are some possible variations of Truck rentals in Stamford

Refrigerated Trucks

A refrigerated truck also called a reefer truck, is designed to carry food or other perishable freight that needs to be maintained at low temperatures. Refrigerated trucks can come in single or multiple-zone options, meaning that even if you have cargo that requires different temperature zones, COOP can help you find the best reefer truck for your needs.

Box Trucks

A box truck is a chassis cab truck with an enclosed cuboid (box) shaped cargo area. You may be familiar with seeing box trucks used frequently by companies and private individuals who transport furniture or appliances. Box trucks are usually smaller than other freight-moving vehicles, which makes parking and maneuvering tight spaces easily, especially when using those built with the low-cab design.

Stake Trucks

Stake trucks are heavy-duty flatbed trucks fitted with sides that can be removed (sometimes called “stakes”) built into the bed of the truck for ease of loading and unloading. These moveable sides allow transportation of large items because they can be removed to load their freight. Stake trucks can be used in many ways because they're flatbed trucks with removable sides. Typically you will see them used to transport cargo, heavy equipment, seed, feed, and livestock. Coming in many different sizes, the maximum weight capacity is related to the size. For example, a 10 ft stake truck can carry 2,035 lbs, while a 20 ft stake truck can carry 3,345 lbs.

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Truck Brands

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

Isuzu

Isuzu trucks are known for being reliable, tough, safe, and built to last, and their brand is recognized as building some of the best diesel engines in the medium-truck market. Isuzu’s low cab forward design provides up to two more feet of body along with enhanced visibility, giving their trucks best-in-class visibility and maneuverability. Isuzu makes many different options for trucks like the NPR, NQR, NRR, and FTR models. No matter what business you are in, there is likely an Isuzu truck for what you need.

Thermo King

Thermo King produces a wide array of different self-powered diesel units for trucks, vans, and even trailers, and is best known for inventing the transport refrigeration unit. Thermo King units reduce the cost of using a refrigerated truck due to their optimized fuel efficiency. Refrigerated trucks and units found on the COOP app can be used for anything that needs to be temperature controlled, whether it be frozen or fresh food delivery, flowers, medical supplies, or anything perishable. Check the COOP app for the availability of Thermo King trucks, and anything from a 6 ft truck with the V-200 or B-100 unit up to the 22 ft truck with the V-800 MAX unit.

Freightliner

Freightliner trucks have the highest annual sales in the industry for good reason. They are best known for their cabover sleeper trucks (long-haul big rigs), but Freightliner trucks are used for many different transportation needs, ranging from light to heavy-duty. Because of the wide variety of models available, Freightliner trucks can be used to address most business hauling needs. The M2 and SD models are considered by many as excellent trucks, but the 114SD is a favorite among their customers because of their reliability and durability.

Hino

America’s fastest-growing medium-duty truck brand, Hino is one of the best trucks in its class in North America. Built with Toyota quality (Hino is a Toyota subsidiary), Hino trucks have excellent fuel efficiency and are known to break down far less frequently than other competitors. They also frequently rate the highest in the industry for customer satisfaction, which means you’re likely to be happy with any of their trucks. Either the L or XL series models will have exactly what you need to get the job done. Download the COOP app and join today to find a Hino rental in Stamford.

Scania

A Swedish company owned by The Volkswagen Group, Scania has been making vehicles since the 1880s. Well known for making exceptional quality trucks, Scania is the preferred option for many drivers who transport cargo across the country. Combining expert engine design and comfortable drivers’ experience, Scania has the best of both worlds. The G-series offers an ability to navigate countryside driving as well as congested urban terrain, the R-series includes engines with higher horsepower and technological innovations and the Scania 620 can offer up to 3% more fuel efficiency than other competitors.

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.

Delivery Services

Whatever your delivery needs or terrain you need to drive through in Stamford, you can find the right truck for your business with COOP. Box/straight trucks with a cab-over-engine design are perfect to deliver in busy urban areas, while conventional box/straight trucks are more comfortable for the longer delivery routes that may keep you in the rural environment.

Frozen Foods

If your business delivers frozen foods, having a high-quality refrigerated unit with a dependable truck to deliver your goods on time at the correct temperature is paramount. With a wide variety of refrigerated trucks outfitted with Thermo King units available on the COOP app, you can find whatever vehicle your business needs to ensure your frozen cargo arrives at its destination at the right temperature.

Produce

Stake trucks are an excellent option for moving produce from farm to market or processing, while box trucks may be better for moving already packaged and processed produce to grocery stores, retailers, or wherever your business requires. Download the COOP app today to choose from the many options available and ensure that your business has the correct truck to ensure that your produce is delivered fresh.

Final Mile Delivery

As the last link in the supply chain delivery process from manufacturer to retailer or end-user can be the most crucial, size and dependability matter when choosing a vehicle for final mile delivery. Focused more on maneuverability and fuel efficiency rather than the large loads and distances needed for long-haul trucking, choosing the right rental truck for final mile delivery is crucial. Download the COOP app today to look through the many options for trucks that can help get your cargo where it needs to go on time, no matter where the final destination is.

Construction

Finding the right truck to get your equipment, tools, or parts to the job site is critical, and having a truck that can withstand the demands of the construction industry is an absolute must. Most construction businesses use trucks to haul everything they need to the site, making them a large part of the industry due to their durability. If your business needs a truck to carry heavy equipment to your job site, they and any other type of truck your business may need can be found on the COOP app to help you finish your construction job in Stamford today.

Stamford, CT Businesses Using Trucks

There are plenty of uses for truck rentals in Stamford that COOP can provide the solutions for. Whether you are a manufacturer who has more deliveries than your fleet can handle, a foundry who needs to get your products where they need to be on time, or an event company that needs to get equipment to their location, the COOP app can provide the right truck at the right time for your needs.

FAQs

Do I Need to Pay a Rental Deposit?

Once an Owner has accepted your reservation, you will be charged a prepaid mileage fee and 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. The deposit will be refunded upon vehicle return or applied to any other additional costs for your rental.

What Should I Do if the Vehicle Breaks Down?

If the vehicle has a flat tire, mechanical issue, or any other problem that prevents you from traveling safely during a rental transaction, we can send roadside assistance to help. Please call our 24/7 Roadside Assistance at 977-747-5352.

Who has truck rentals in Stamford, CT?

COOP offers affordable truck rentals in Bridgeport. Join the platform and rent a truck of your choice at low rates. When you join COOP you can rent a large flatbed truck starting from $69 per day.

Rent Trucks in Stamford 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.

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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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