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Flatbed Trailer rentals

Considerations when renting or leasing a flatbed trailer
The type of flatbed trailer you choose will depend on a number of factors. You need to think about the size of the trailer needed, as well as any special features that you might require. One of the other things you have to consider when you are renting a flatbed trailer is whether you know how to use these trailers They are large, and they can be tricky for those who do not have a trucking license and who do not know how to attach them properly. In some cases, you may want to hire an operator to help.

You do need to keep a few things in mind when you are renting one of these flatbed trailers. First, the trailers have a maximum freight weight of 48,000 pounds according to the law. In addition, there are maximum dimensions. The maximum length of the flatbed trailer is between 48 feet and 53 feet. There are some that are shorter, naturally. The maximum width for a flatbed trailer is typically 8.5 feet. It is also important that you consider the maximum freight height.
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Dorsey 4880 80,000# Stretch Flatbed

Dorsey 4880  80,000# Stretch Flatbed ...
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Cheeta 4880 80,000# Stretch Flatbed

The 48-80’ Extendable Flatbed Trailer is perfectly suited for heavy loads both long and short hauls. Fabricated steel I-beams are manufactured using the latest and most efficient processes to gi ...
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Hino 258 LCG Rollback Tow truck

2010 HINO 258 LCG ( low center gravity) Rollback Flatbed Tow truck Available with wheel lift. 12,000 winch, 4,000lb wheelift. Available with or without operator. Industry leader with low loading angle ...
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Features of flatbed trailers

Some of the options are merely trailers that you will hook up to another truck that you already have or that you rent. You can then load them and use them, as long as you abide by the legal requirements for loading the flatbed trailers, as noted below. However, there are also other types of flatbed trailers that you can use. For example, you might want to consider a flatbed tow truck. These will often come with a wheel lift and they have the cab attached to the trailer already.

How flatbed trailers work

The flatbed trailers are quite popular as rentals, as they are a versatile option that can provide you with a quick way to haul equipment and other items. It is possible to load the flatbed from the sides, tip, and rear. These are very good options that could be exactly what you need for your business.

About flatbed trailers

If you are hauling items, such as large pieces of equipment, poles, cables, and the like, you need to have the means to haul it. In addition to having a good truck, you also need to have a quality flatbed trailer that can accommodate your needs.

Flatbed Trailer Manufacturers

When you need to rent a flatbed trailer, you want the best. There are quite a few manufacturers offering these trailers including the likes of Hino, Cheeta, Dorsey, and Biljax.

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