Renting Guide for a Grapple Truck

Are you looking for a good grapple truck rental solution? If so, then it’s important to consider a number of factors, such as the length of the truck’s boom, the vehicle’s ease of operation, its safety features, and, of course, the terms of the rental agreement.

Once you consider these factors, we’re confident that you’ll come away impressed with what Big Truck Rental has to offer. Check out our grapple truck rental guide below and see why.

Lifting Capacity: The More, The Better

There’s nothing worse than relying on muscle power to deal with cumbersome or potentially dangerous pieces of debris. That’s why you need a grapple garbage truck with the power to lift objects such as wrecked autos, discarded appliances, fallen trees, and boulders.

At Big Truck Rental, we understand and appreciate our client’s needs. That’s why our standard grapple truck can lift loads up to 7100 pounds (3200 pounds when fully extended). That’s the kind of hard-working power you can count on day after day.

Ease of Operation: Reducing the Learning Curve

Operating a grapple garbage truck should be straightforward and intuitive. The vehicle should have accessible levers and modern controls such as valve handles and joysticks. Instructional materials should be readily available and easy to understand.

Here at Big Truck Rental, our standard grapple truck is controlled by dual operating platforms located on both sides of the chassis. Additional controls are located inside the cab itself. We provide comprehensive videos and other training resources, so you’ll be up and running in no time.

Safety Always Comes First

A grapple garbage truck should be safe as well as powerful. Must-have features include a height alarm for the boom, independently operated outriggers, and an enclosed design that prevents hoses from snagging on tree limbs and other obstructions. You’ll find all of these features on our rental vehicles.

Flexible Rental Terms for Every Situation

Here at Big Truck Rental, we know that clients who rent garbage trucks have unique goals and priorities. That’s why we offer a wide range of plans tailored to the needs of both private companies and public agencies.

So, if you’re looking to add a grapple garbage truck to your fleet, our customer service experts are waiting to hear from you now. Get in touch with us today, then get ready for a better, more profitable tomorrow.

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