Box Truck Rental in Orlando, FL

Box trucks are a gem in the transport industry in Orlando, considering that needs vary from light-duty to heavy-duty. They come in different sizes and specifications which makes every one of them unique for particular tasks. Also, depending on what a driver is comfortable with, they can rent either the conventional or the cab over design box truck on the COOP platform.

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Box Trucks for Rent near Orlando, FL

Common Box Trucks Features:

  • Trucks with lift gates have a 2,000 lb. load capacity
  • Up to 6,000 lb. load capacity
  • Size: 16 foot dry van body
  • 960 cubic feet of cargo space
  • Hydraulic lift gate or walk ramp, flat floor, slat interior with E-Track for easier cargo loading, securing and handling
  • 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 Orlando, FL.

Conventional Box Trucks

The conventional box trucks are designed in a way that the engine of the vehicle lays at the front of the cabin area. As a result, conventional box trucks have a hood at the front which makes it less advantaged than the cab over design. They also come in different sizes and models, most of which can easily be rented on the COOP website.

Cab Over Engine Box Trucks

The cab over engine box truck has no hood because unlike the conventional one where the engine is placed on the front of the cabin area, instead, it is placed over it. One of the qualities that make them popular is their 30-40% turning radius which makes it easy to maneuver tight areas, thanks to the cab-over design. Additionally, the design makes it easy for the driver to see ahead when driving.

Brands

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

Chevrolet Express

The Chevrolet express box truck has impressive features that vary from the year of each model. A standard class 1 2019 model has a horsepower of up to 341 and a maximum of 373 lb-ft torque. The weight of each model also varies but the standard maximum capacity is 12,300 lbs, with a wheelbase length of 159 ft. Chevrolet express also has other technology-enabled features that help improve performance.

Ram Box Truck

Weighing between 9,001 lbs to 10,000 lbs, the Ram box truck falls under class 2 classification of trucks. It is a four-wheel-drive with a wheelbase of 159 ft and hydraulic brakes. It has a 3.6L V6 engine with a 280 horsepower and 260 lb-ft. torque. Other advanced features include an anti-lock braking system, rear-view camera and power steering among others.

Chevrolet 3500

It is a low cab forward box truck ranked in class 3 of trucks, with a general vehicle weight rate of between 10,000 lbs to 14,000 lbs. It has a 6.0L V8 engine with a horsepower of 297 and 372 lb-ft torque. It offers different wheelbase lengths ranging from 109 ft to 176 ft and hydraulic brake types. It also has a 4x2 drivetrain and 6-speed automatic transmission.

Uses

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.

Delivery Services

Box trucks are also great for making deliveries. Most range from class 3 to class 7 with lengths between 10 to 26 ft and a general vehicle weight rate of between 12,500 to 33,000 lbs. This allows for the transportation of different products and items with different weights. For a business that deals with light to standard weight cargo deliveries, a class 3 or 4 box truck would be the most suitable while heavier cargo can be hauled by class 5-7 trucks.

Moving Business

Another common use of box trucks includes moving of office and home furniture and appliances. Fitted with technology-enabled security and performance features, drivers can avoid theft during trips and also secure the cargo from unfavorable weather conditions. Additionally, big box trucks are powerful enough to haul large and heavy furniture that may be challenging to move.

Orlando, FL Businesses Using Box Trucks

Box truck rentals in Orlando would be most beneficial to construction companies. These companies need to haul different equipment and tools every day to and from the construction site. Box trucks are able to carry most construction equipment and can also be divided according to the kind of equipment that needs to be hauled. What’s more, COOP website makes it easy for Orlando residents to access box truck rentals in the area.

Renting a Box Truck in Orlando

  • Step 1: Signing up

    Sign up in the COOP by Ryder website in order to get access to available box truck. You will need to meet all the requirements necessary to be able to rent a truck.

  • Step 2: Request

    Once in the site search for the box truck you are looking for in Orlando. 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.

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