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How to Prepare Your Small Business for the Shift to EVs
Making the switch to electric vehicles is a big decision for small businesses and owners. However, with the US Government and many states pushing to phase out internal combustion engine vehicles and promoting the sale of EVs for consumer and business use, many questions need answering before you make the switch. What is the cost? How will I charge them? What if a Move to EVs Isn't Right for Your Company?
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Potential Benefits of Section 179 of the US Tax Code to Help Your Bottom Line
Real success for any business involves more than just sales. Tax deductions, equipment depreciation, and expensing, for example, all affect your cash flow. What you don’t know WILL hurt you.
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Benefits of Aluminum Truck Bodies
Looking for a new work-truck body? You’re smart enough to know they’re not all created equal, and some research is in order. So, before forking out your hard-earned money, take a quick look at these four reasons why a body constructed of aluminum might fit your needs.
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An electrician on the job site needs a vehicle that can keep both tools and parts well organized and easy to access. The right shelving and bins can make an electrician's work more efficient. An electrical contractor with a mobile workshop can be prepared for a variety of jobs--residential, commercial, and industrial. A well-designed vehicle for an electrician can help not only getting to a job site safely and efficiently, but also being safe and efficient on site.