Utility Vehicles for Rent

Our fleet of utility vehicles for rent includes both smooth terrain golf carts and rough terrain ATV’s. Whether you’re looking to rent a 4x2 or 4x4, two or four seat model, powered by electric, gas or diesel power: we have the powered carts to move personnel, supplies, and tools across your jobsite efficiently.

 

2 Seat Canopy UTV
Cat Class Code
955-1150

2-seat UTV, 2WD, Electric Powered

  • Canopy included
  • Transport tools and equipment outdoors
  • 2-wheel drive for smooth outdoor terrain
  • Energy-efficient electric operation
  • Add this UTV to your cart now
Industrial Utility Vehicle Pack Shot
Cat Class Code
955-1115

2-seat UTV, 2WD, Gas Powered

  • Canopy available
  • Go farther with an unleaded gas engine
  • Fit up to 2 passengers
  • 2-wheel drive for smooth outdoor terrain
  • Add this UTV to your cart now
Utility Vehicle icon with white background
Cat Class Code
955-1126

2-seat UTV, 4WD, Diesel Powered

  • Cab accessory available
  • Diesel engine
  • Fit up to 2 passengers
  • 4-wheel drive for tough terrain
  • Add this UTV to your cart now
Utility Trailer Construction Site
Cat Class Code
955-1119

2-seat UTV, 4WD, Diesel Powered, Rollover Protection

  • Diesel engine
  • 4-wheel drive for tough terrain
  • Rollover protection included
  • Fit up to 2 passengers
  • Add this UTV to your cart now
2-Seat UTV Black and Red 1
Cat Class Code
955-1122

2-seat UTV, 4WD, Gas Powered

  • Cab accessory available
  • Unleaded gasoline powered
  • Fit up to 2 passengers
  • 4-wheel drive for rough terrain
  • Add this UTV to your cart now
Club Car Pack Shot
Cat Class Code
955-1120

2-seat UTV, 4WD, Gas Powered, Rollover Protection

  • Diesel engine
  • 4-wheel drive for tough terrain
  • Rollover protection included
  • Fit up to 2 passengers
  • Add this UTV to your cart now
Utility Vehicle icon with white background
Cat Class Code
955-1140

4-seat UTV, 2WD, Electric Powered

  • Energy-efficient electric operation
  • Transport tools and equipment outdoors
  • 2-wheel drive for smooth outdoor terrain
  • Fit up to 4 passengers
  • Add this UTV to your cart now
Utility Vehicle icon with white background
Cat Class Code
955-1116

4-seat UTV, 2WD, Gas or Electric

  • Canopy included
  • Transport crews or equipment outdoors
  • 2-wheel drive for smooth outdoor terrain
  • Fit up to 4 passengers
  • Add this UTV to your cart now
Industrial Utility Vehicle Pack Shot
Cat Class Code
955-1124

4-seat UTV, 4WD, Diesel Powered, Rollover Protection

  • Diesel engine
  • 4-wheel drive for tough terrain
  • Rollover protection included
  • Fit up to 4 passengers
  • Uses: Ideal for quickly transporting personnel and equipment across jobsites
  • Add this UTV to your cart now
Utility Vehicle Garden
Cat Class Code
955-1121

4-seat UTV, 4WD, Gas Powered, Rollover Protection

  • Diesel engine
  • 4-wheel drive for tough terrain
  • Rollover protection included
  • Fit up to 4 passengers
  • Add this UTV to your cart now
Utility Vehicle icon with white background
Cat Class Code
955-1117

6-seat UTV, 2WD, Gas Powered

  • Canopy available
  • Go further with a gas engine
  • Fit up to 6 passengers
  • 2-wheel drive for smooth outdoor terrain
  • Uses: Ideal for transporting crew, equipment and tools
  • Add this UTV to your cart now
Utility Vehicle icon with white background
Cat Class Code
955-1001

Golf Cart, Gas Powered

  • Distance ranges from 62 to 77 miles, depending on model
  • Fit up to 2 passengers
  • Unleaded gas powered
  • Average 10-12 horsepower
  • Add this golf cart now to your cart now
Electric Cart
Cat Class Code
955-1110

Industrial Electric Cart, 2WD

  • Narrow width for indoor applications with limited space
  • Energy-efficient electric-powered operation
  • Tow up to 3,000 lbs., depending on model
  • Transport crews or equipment on a hitched trailer
  • Add this industrial vehicle to your cart now
Utility Vehicle icon with white background
Cat Class Code
955-1005

Industrial Electric Cart, 3 Wheels

  • Narrow width for indoor applications with limited space
  • Energy-efficient electric-powered operation
  • Tow up to 1,000 lbs.
  • Transport crews or equipment on a hitched trailer
  • Add this industrial vehicle to your cart now
Utility Vehicle icon with white background
Cat Class Code
950-1199

Snow Plow, Utility Vehicle

  • Plows up to 90"
  • Rubber edge
  • Attaches to multiple models
  • Durable and reliable
  • Uses: Ideal for clearing roads or jobsites after light to moderate snow fall
  • Add this snow plow for a utility vehicle to your cart now
Utility Vehicle icon with white background
Cat Class Code
950-0065

Truck Rack

  • Direct attachment to truck
  • Easy tool attachment
  • Multiple models available
  • Durable and reliable
  • Uses: Ideal for trasnporting tools and materials
  • Add this truck rack to your cart now
Utility Vehicle icon with white background
Cat Class Code
955-0995

Utility Cart Side Rails Kit

  • Accessory for utility cart rental
  • Increase your load size securely
  • Easy to assemble and attach
  • Multiple models available to fit cart
  • Add this side rail accessory to your cart now
Utility Vehicle icon with white background
Cat Class Code
955-0990

Utv De-iceing Attachment

UTV, 4WD, Diesel photo
Cat Class Code
955-1123

UTV, 4WD, Diesel

  • Industrial-grade engine
  • Hydraulic disc brakes
  • 1,600 lbs. total weight
  • 6.5 gallon fuel tank
  • Uses: Ideal for transporting workers across jobsites
  • Add this UTV to your cart now
FAQs

How to choose the right UTV to rent

Expand the sections below for help in choosing a UTV rental.

Do I need a two- or four-wheel drive UTV?

Utility vehicles, also called side by sides, come in two-wheel drive and four-wheel drive models. Four-wheel-drive UTVs are equipped with a heavy duty drivetrain and rugged tires to get through mud, debris, sand and uneven terrain. Most construction worksites call for four-wheel drive UTVs. Two-wheel drive UTVs are best for light-duty jobs. They work well on smooth surfaces and are gentler on turf than four-wheel drive models.

What size UTV do I need?

To rent a UTV that best suits your needs, consider the space you’ll be navigating and what people or materials you’ll be transporting. Will you need to make tight turns? Larger vehicles are handy for transporting materials but they typically have a larger turning radius and aren’t as nimble as two-passenger UTVs.

How many seats do I need?

United Rentals offers two-seat, four-seat and six-seat side by side rentals. If you want to be able to zip around the jobsite and you won’t frequently be carrying materials or multiple passengers, a two-seat UTV may suit you best. Go for a four-seater if you want to be able to transport a small crew and/or materials. If you know you need to transport both crews and materials/tools, a six-seater may be your best bet. The decision may depend on the configuration of the UTV. On some models, the second row can fold down to give you more options for how to use the space.

How much towing capacity should I expect?

Smaller UTVs can tow around 1,000 pounds. UTVs designed for jobsites typically can tow loads of up to 2,000 pounds, and the largest models have towing capacities of up to 3,000 pounds.

Will it have enough ground clearance?

UTVs are well suited for uneven or bumpy terrain. If your worksite’s terrain is particularly uneven, opt for a UTV with a higher ground clearance, such as a diesel, four-wheel drive model. UTVs have higher ground clearance than golf carts, which are best reserved for use indoors or on smooth outdoor surfaces.

Should I rent a gas, diesel or electric UTV?

Diesel- and gas-powered UTVs are common on big jobsites. They are more powerful than electric UTVs and are the better choice for rough terrain. If your jobsite has a diesel tank, choose a diesel UTV. Otherwise, stick with a gas-powered model.

Electric UTVs are becoming more popular because they are quieter and don’t emit fumes, so they can be used indoors. They are the best option for landscaped surfaces, which powerful gas and diesel models are likely to tear up, and in large warehouses. Keep in mind that you may need to stop work to recharge them.

Do I need rollover protection?

Some UTVs feature a rollover protective structure, or ROPS, which is an open steel framework enclosing the UTV. It helps keep the operator and passengers safe if the vehicle tips or rolls over. If you have a jobsite with uneven terrain or steep gradients, rent an ROPS-equipped UTV for additional protection.

What accessories are available?

When you rent a side by side, consider accessories that could help you get work done. Many UTVs can be fitted with a variety of accessories, from snow plows to sprayers. Ask about accessories when you choose your UTV.