Box Truck Rental in Miami, FL
Commonly used for freight transportation in the US, box trucks are some of the most highly sought-after trucks by the business. They offer convenience and above all, can be used to transport different types of cargo. COOP by Ryder offers some of the best available box trucks in Miami for businesses that need to hire them.
Box Trucks for Rent near Miami, FL
Common Box Trucks Features:
- Up to 6,000 lb. load capacity
- Trucks with lift gates have a 2,000 lb. load capacity
- 960 cubic feet of cargo space
- Size: 16-foot dry van body
- Hydraulic lift gate or walk ramp, flat floor, slat interior with E-Track
- Low cab-over design for maneuverability and tighter turning radius
- Automatic transmission, power steering and tilt steering wheel
- Turbo-charged diesel engine for increased power with fuel savings and lower emissions
Box Truck Variations
Not all box trucks are created equal, your needs for a box truck will vary depending on what you’re looking to accomplish. Here are some possible variations of box truck rentals in Miami, FL.
Light Duty Box Trucks
Light duty box trucks resemble cargo vans and are also referred to as cutaway vans or cube vans. While they are shaped like a box at the back, they look like cargo vans in the front and most of them have a minimum load capacity of 8500lbs and a maximum of 14,500lbs. With an engine of 12mpg and about 30 gallons, light duty box trucks are highly convenient considering the fact that they are used for carrying light loads.
Medium Duty Box Trucks
Unlike light duty box trucks, these trucks have a load capacity ranging from 15,000lbs to 33,000lbs. Also, most of them have fuel tanks ranging from 33 to 50 gallons and an mpg of 13. Some of the most common trucks in this category include Freightliner M2, GMC W4500, and the International 4300. Medium duty box trucks often have a minimum length of 18 ft. and a maximum of 26ft.
Conventional box trucks
Conventional box trucks have a unique physical appearance when compared to other types of box trucks. Their engine is placed at the front where the steering wheel sits, and this gives them a ‘nose’ which sets them apart from the rest of the fleet.
Cab Over Engine
Also abbreviated as COE, the cab over engine box trucks have the engine placed at the cab area. They do not have a protruding in front of the truck nose because the engine is placed below the seats in the cab.
COOP offers multiple brands of rentals in Miami, check below for some potential brands for rent depending on availability.
Chevrolet Express Cutaway
The Chevrolet Express Cutaway trucks have notable features that include different wheelbase and engine combinations which make them unique. Most of these vans come with a 4.3L V6 standard engine but other less muscular options are also available. They have a load capacity of up to 12,300lbs and 139, 159 and 177-inch wheelbases.
Some of the most common Mitsubishi Fuso trucks today include the FG 4*4, FE 130, FE160 and FE180 models. Mitsubishi Fuso has a seating capacity of up to 7 with the crew and regular cab configurations. The smallest GVWR is 13,200lbs while the largest is 17,995lbs, with payload capacities of up to 8,055pounds.
Two of the most popular truck models in this category include the Hino 155 Cab-Over and the Hino 195 Cab-over. The 155 model has both single and double cab options available with up to 14,500 pounds of GVW. the truck also has a 4cylinder 5.0L engine with an HP of 210. The 195 Cab-over model, on the other hand, has a 19,500 GVW and 7 wheelbase length variations to offer.
Ford E-series Cutaway
The E-350 series and the E-450 series are some of the most typical units in this category. With a 6.8L V10 engine, the Ford E-series is one of the most powerful box trucks there are. Also, these trucks have a minimum payload of 5,190lbs with a maximum of 22,000lbs.
The box trucks rented on COOP can be used for any of your business needs. Here are some examples of the types of uses for box trucks rented on COOP.
Due to their versatility, box trucks are used for different delivery needs. They offer utmost protection to the cargo inside and as such can be used to transport delicate goods.
Some box trucks are also used for transporting heavy-duty cargo. Most moving businesses use box trucks to carry house appliances that cannot be carried by small vehicles.
Box trucks are also used to transport heavy equipment over long distances. These could be plumping equipment, camping equipment or even construction equipment.
Miami, FL Businesses Using Box Trucks
Business owners in Miami who deal with appliance hauling would greatly benefit from box truck rentals by COOP. They offer convenience which is of importance for most businesses and what’s more, it is a great way for businesses to grow and expand.
Renting a Box Truck in Miami, The Process
Step 1: Signing up
Sign up in the COOP by Ryder website in order to get access to an available box truck. You will need to meet all the requirements necessary to be able to rent a truck.
Step 2: Make a request
Once in the site search for the box truck you are looking for in Miami. Once you make a request for the box truck it will be reserved for you until the owner accepts your request.
Step 3: Pick up
After your request is accepted you will receive pick-up details. You will pay for the box truck through a credit card upon pick up.
COOP is an online platform that enables sharing and renting of trucks. It connects people/businesses that have idle trucks with those who need to use them.
COOP is powered by Ryder
Vehicles rented through COOP come with Ryder’s 24/7 roadside assistance for a reliable rental experience.
Your vehicles are in good hands
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.