We live in a time when the opportunity to build and grow your own business is larger and more real than it ever has been. When your business grows, so does your need for equipment. Maybe you used to be able to handle all your jobs with the company truck but now, thanks to your success, you need more towing and transport power than you have on hand.
When you’re ready to expand your fleet, you’ll start by looking at your job requirements and selecting the truck or trucks that will help you answer the call. Building up a fleet of rental trucks for your company or business doesn’t have to be tricky. With Barco Rent-A-Truck, you get all you could ever want in a fleet with our selection of rentals.
Not sure what trucks you need for your rental fleet? We’ve got the answer to that too. In this guide, we’ll break down our trucks’ capabilities, so you can decide which ones will help you get the job done.
Rental Truck Inventory
Check out our selection of rental truck options. We have everything from a diesel truck rental to a dually truck rental. Whether you’re looking to add the whole spectrum of options to your fleet or just wanting to use trucks from one specific group, we’ve got you covered.
½-Ton Pickup Truck
Our ½-ton 4×4 pickup truck is the 2020 Ram 1500. It’s a lighter-weight option than our more heavy-duty choices, but that doesn’t mean it can’t pack a punch when it needs to. It has an 8-speed automatic transmission, leather seating for 6, and towing capacity of 11,610 lbs. with a max payload of 1,449 lbs.
This truck has a 5’7” box in the back for transporting. It runs on gas, which is a better option to consider if you’ll be needing the truck for things like off-roading, lighter hauling, or driving through less populated areas—because gas is more readily available than diesel.
¾-Ton Pickup Truck
The ¾-ton pickup truck is the Ram 2020 2500 model. It has a little more room than the ½-ton in the back with a 6’6” box. It runs on a 6-speed automatic transmission that operates on diesel fuel, giving it the ability to tow more than 19,000 lbs. with a max payload of 2,275 lbs. This truck has more pulling power from a complete stop than the ½-ton option and is less expensive to fuel up.
This ¾-ton diesel truck rental is an excellent choice if you’ll be needing it for driving long distances or heavy-duty towing regularly.