Trailer Rental in Dallas, TX

A lot of businesses struggle with finances and cannot afford trailers. Others have little transportation needs and don’t necessarily need trailers at all times. Renting trailers has been made easy by the COOP website where businesses can rent out from other individuals and businesses.

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Trailer Rental in Dallas, TX

Common Trailers Features:

  • Trailer lengths: 28 ft., 45 ft., 48 ft., and 53 ft.
  • Light aluminum and steel flatbed construction available to increase payload capacity
  • Flexible multi-compartment reefer rentals available in select markets
  • E-Track, other load-securing systems
  • Trailer widths: 96", 102"
  • Both roll-up or full-swing doors
  • Tire pressure monitoring systems
  • Inside height: 110"
  • Many CARB compliant
  • Heavy duty duct floors and 3-inch insulation
  • Available air-ride suspension helps reduce cargo damage

Trailer Variations

Not all trailers are created equal, your needs for a trailer will vary depending on what you’re looking to accomplish. Here are some possible variations of trailer rentals in Dallas, TX.

Dry Trailers

Dry trailers are famous in the U.S. for freight transportation. They often guarantee the safety of the cargo inside because they are usually fully sealed and closed, unlike the flatbeds which are open. While safety is assured, they are unfit for moving perishable goods because the temperature inside is uncontrolled.

Refrigerated Trailers

Refrigerated trailers are also known as reefer trailers. They are temperature-controlled trailers used for the transportation of frozen goods and have a maximum freight weight ranging from 42,000 to 45,000 pounds. Also, maximum lengths of reefer trailers are from 48 ft. to 53 ft., with maximum heights and widths of 8.2 ft. and 8 ft. respectively.

Grain Hoppers

There are two types of grain hoppers; the open grain hopper and the closed grain hopper. The open grain hopper has an open roof while the closed grain hopper has a closed one. They mostly carry loose bulk commodities like ballast, grains, ore, and coal. Grain hopper trailers are also able to unload the cargo by raising at the front.

Drop-Deck Trailers

Drop deck trailers are also called the step deck trailers. They are similar to flatbed trailers in that they have no sides and a roof. These trailers have maximum lengths varying from 48 ft. to 53 ft., with widths of up to 8.5 ft. They have a maximum payload of 48,000 pounds with legal freight height of up to 10 ft.

The difference between drop deck trailers and flatbeds is that through the fitted gooseneck, they can drop below the height of flatbeds and this enables them to carry taller cargo. They have a flip axle which helps to improve balance by flipping down. In addition, they have two or more axles depending on the brand and model.


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


Freehauf is located in the north of Mexico City and is known for the production of high-quality and durable trailers. Freehauf manufactures liquid-tank trailers, dump trailers, drop-deck trailers, and flatbeds.

Great Dane Limited

When it comes to trailers, Great Dane is a widely recognized manufacturer around the globe. It can go for relatively long distances, so whether you want to move your cargo from Dallas to another city or into the city, it will do a great job. Over the years, it has been enhanced with distinct features which make it a safer, more durable, and efficient option.

Vanguard National Trailer Corp.

It is a word-class trailer manufacturing company that is known for the production of top-class trailers. Vanguard National Corp. mostly produces dry van trailers and reefer semi-trailers, which are some of the best trailers in their categories.


The trailers rented on COOP can be used for any of your business needs. Here are some examples of the types of uses for trailers rented on COOP.

Motorcycles and ATVs

For people who love going for motorbike and ATV adventures, there is a need for an efficient mode of transportation for them. A trailer is spacious enough to accommodate your ATV, your bike, or even both. It can also hold any other gear you may need to carry for your outdoor activity.

Camping Equipment

If you are a frequent camper then you need to transport all your gear to and from your camping site. Most trailers are lightweight and hence can be pulled by a variety of cars. This makes them one of the best ways to move camping equipment.

Furniture and Appliances

Moving businesses need a dependable means of moving furniture, appliances and other items. In addition to moving household items, they help offices move and since the two settings have different needs, they need a solution that caters to all.


A lot of trailers are designed to suit businesses that need to haul different types and sizes of automobiles. Also, if you have an inoperable automobile then you can consider renting a trailer to haul it to where you want it.

Dallas Businesses Using Trailers

Construction for both roads and houses is quite demanding when it comes to the equipment and machinery needed. Trailers are convenient for hauling most, if not all, of the equipment used for construction. Construction businesses in Dallas can easily access trailer rentals on the COOP website.

Renting a Trailer in Dallas, Texas

  • Step 1: Signing up

    The first step to renting trailers is to sign-up from the COOP website. Once signed in, search for available trailer rentals near Dallas.

  • Step 2: Request

    Select a trailer that suits your needs and make a request. As you wait for the request to be accepted by the vehicle owner, a reservation for that particular trailer is made for you.

  • Step 3: Pick up

    Once your request is accepted, you will receive pick-up details.

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