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HVAC (Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning) contractors handle a variety of jobs using work trucks and vans. An HVAC contractor may be handing repairs on commercial, residential, and industrial air systems in a day's work. Vehicles designed for HVAC contractors are an important tool in handling the variety of work required for HVAC installations, maintenance, and repairs. Because there's such a variety of trades and equipment involved in HVAC work, a variety of vehicles are used--including vans, box trucks, service utility trucks, or trucks with cranes.