It isn’t too common that you will need a refrigerated van, but because of this, when you do need one, you likely aren’t going to own one and will have to rent the van or truck. But how much should you expect to pay to rent out a refrigerated van for the time you need?
The starting cost to rent most refrigerated vans is around $175. There is also the option to rent out larger refrigerated trucks. The cost varies on the company one chooses to rent from, but vans start at $175 per day, and refrigerated trucks start at $250 per day.
So, refrigerated vans are going to be costing you about $150 each day; however, different companies are going to be offering you different prices. Throughout the rest of this article, I will cover some of the best companies to rent a refrigerated van or truck from and how much it will cost you.
Enterprise Refrigerated Cargo Van
The Enterprise refrigerated cargo van is a great option as they have many great amenities besides refrigeration. These amenities include carrying up to 4,000 lbs. can, seating up to 2 people, having interior dimensions of 143″ x 76″ x 55″, having a gasoline engine, and of course, refrigeration ability. The van also has A/C, an automatic transmission, and AM/ FM radio. This is a great option for anyone looking for a simple refrigerated van.
Hertz Refrigerated Van
The Hertz fridge vans are available in different models, with specific features to best meet every type of transport need. They range from the Ford Transit 350L TA with ATP classification FNAX (suitable for transporting perishable foodstuffs at temperatures equal to or higher than 0 °) up to the Ford Transit PM Chassis on which an isothermal cell with ATP FRCX is installed (for transport of perishable foodstuffs at temperatures up to -20 °). They all have a Zanotti or Thermoking refrigeration unit, leading companies in the sector.
|Refrigerated Van Type||Cost Per Day|
|High Roof Refrigerated Cargo Van||$175.00|
|Hertz fridge vans||No Listed Price|
|Refrigerated Truck Type||Cost Per Day|
|16′ Refrigerated Box Truck (Enterprise)||$250.00|
|24′ Refrigerated Box Truck (Enterprise)||$299.99|
|Refrigerated Box Truck (Ryder)||$250.95|
|Refrigerated Truck Rentals (Ryder)||$279.95|
|16 Foot Refrigerated Cabover Truck (Penske)||No Listed Price|
|18 to 26 Foot Refrigerated Truck — Non-CDL (Penske)||No Listed Price|
|18 to 26 Foot Refrigerated Truck — CDL Required (Penske)||No Listed Price|
|53 Foot Refrigerated Trailers (Penske)||No Listed Price|
Enterprise Refrigerated Commercial Truck
The Enterprise refrigerated cargo trucks are just the different versions of their trucks with a refrigerated unit attached to the truck. The two options that Enterprise offers for refrigerated trucks are the 16′ and the 24′ trucks. While Enterprise does have 15′ and 26′ trucks, they don’t offer these trucks with refrigeration units added to them.
However, when it comes to renting refrigerated trucks, you are only able to do this if you are going to need to be doing so commercially. So, to rent these trucks, you have to be part of a company that is renting. Otherwise, you will be unable to rent the Enterprise refrigerated trucks. However, they do have refrigerated vans, which you can rent.
Ryder Commercial Refrigerated Truck
Regarding Ryder truck rental, you have three different options of trucks you can rent. The refrigerated box truck, a refrigerated truck, and a refrigerated trailer.
When your commercial load is temperature-sensitive, rent a refrigerated straight truck from Ryder. These rentals work for light-duty or medium-duty loads, with a cab-over truck design for improved maneuverability. This truck is only available for business customers.
Rent the reefer box truck, and maneuver refrigerated shipments with ease, even in crowded urban areas. This light-duty truck – available only to commercial customers – features a low cab-over design to support a tighter turning radius for improved handling and easy parking. With a refrigerated box truck rental from Ryder, you gain the load capacity you need with the fuel efficiency and lower emissions you want.
Truck rental customers with temperature-sensitive loads rely on this dry van trailer for long-haul commercial success. The refrigerated semi-trailer features heavy-duty duct floors and extra insulation to increase temperature control. Enjoy all the benefits of working with the transportation leader.
Penske Commercial Refrigerated Truck
The 16′ light-duty commercial rental truck is easy to park and maneuver and was designed to handle congested urban streets. The cab-forward design allows these trucks to turn on a dime yet still hold a payload capacity of up to 7,200 lbs. With interior dimensions of up to 15 ft. 4 in. long x 7 ft. wide x 7 ft. 4 in. high, this truck can handle your light-duty needs.
Cabover trucks feature power brakes, cargo tie rails and E-track, rear roll-up door, and cargo lighting, and an up to 2,500 lb. capacity liftgate. Gasoline and diesel models are available. Every light-duty commercial rental truck comes equipped with an automatic transmission, air conditioning, AM/FM radio, AUX or USB input, power steering, and dual-faced mirrors for better vision.
The 18 to 26 ft. reefers (CDL Required) have up to 15,000 lb. payload capacity to handle all your food and beverage and other temperature-sensitive transportation needs. Our medium-duty reefer trucks feature rear roll-up doors, a curbside door, a forklift loading package, and E-track, two rows.
They also boast a 3,000 lb. capacity liftgate and a nose-mounted reefer/freezer unit. Every medium-duty rental truck comes equipped with power steering, anti-lock and air brakes, AM/FM stereo, AUX or USB input, automatic transmission, air conditioning, seating for three, and a power liftgate.
Penske also offers a sizeable refrigerated trailer. However, this is solely for commercial use, and you have to reach out and contact Penske to rent and reserve the trailer option. The trailer is 13′ x 8′ and has many different amenities than the other Penske refrigerated truck.