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Contractor & Service Body Trucks for Rent

We carry a wide array of contractor body and service body trucks for rent, designed for maintenance and repair on rugged jobsites. Our fleet, featuring both gas and diesel models, features spacious compartments ideal for secure tool and equipment storage.

For our full list of contractor & service body trucks for rent, view the items below. For more information, visit our resource section.

White Ford service body truck
Cat Class Code

3/4-2 Ton Service Body Truck, Gas or Diesel

  • 2WD or 4WD depending on model
  • Service body attached to pickup truck chassis
  • Secure storage compartments
  • Gas or diesel power depending on model; models vary by location
  • Uses: Ideal for maintenance, repair or other services on-site
Cat Class Code

3/4-1 Ton Contractor Body Truck, Gas or Diesel

  • 2WD or 4WD depending on model
  • Spacious contractor body with multiple storage compartments
  • Heavy-duty body-on-frame design for reliability
  • Easy-access design
  • Uses: Ideal for construction, maintenance or repair services on-site

FAQs About Contractor & Service Body Trucks

United Rentals offers a versatile selection of contractor body trucks and service trucks mounted on flatbed chassis from trusted manufacturers like Ford, Dodge and GMC. Aso referred to as utility body trucks, public service trucks or tool trucks, our fleet offers unique storage solutions, utility features and payload capacities up to 2 tons to support requirements on-site or on the road. They are particularly useful in construction, maintenance and other jobs demanding safe, organized transportation of tools and equipment.

Discover more about how these trucks can enhance your operational efficiency in our FAQ section below.

What is the maximum weight contractor and service body trucks can carry?

The payload capacity might differ from one model to another; however, they generally range from 3/4 ton to 2 tons, ideal for hauling tools and equipment to jobsites safely.

Do I need a CDL to drive a contractor or service body truck?

Not all service body or contractor body trucks require a commercial driver's license (CDL) to operate. The necessity for a CDL depends on the gross vehicle weight rating (GVWR) of the truck. Please reach out to United Rentals for specific requirements.

What specific features are included on contractor and service body truck rentals at United Rentals?

Key features of our contractor body truck rentals include spacious and secure storage compartments for tools and equipment, and a choice between gas and diesel engines, ensuring you have a reliable and sustainable vehicle for your project demands.