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What to Know When Buying Used Commercial Vehicles
If you’re looking to the pre-owned market for your next truck, you’re not alone. Close to 60% of all class 8 trucks purchased by owner-operators are actually pre-owned, according to the Truck Purchase and Lease Survey by Overdrive.com.
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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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Truck Storage: Toolboxes, Equipment Storage, Shelving and More
One of the best parts of investing in a work truck is figuring out ways to make it work best for you. Through upfitting, you can configure your truck to help you become more efficient and better organized, all while easing bodily strain and ensuring ideal working conditions. The experts at Monroe Truck Equipment put together this list of storage options to consider when upfitting your work truck.
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Plumbing contractors use vans, service utility vans, and work trucks to handle plumbing jobs. Whether the job site is commercial, residential, or industrial, work trucks and vans not only haul the tools and equipment, but keep it safe and secure. Given that plumbing jobs include new construction, residential service calls, and work in office buildings, plumbing contractors need to have the gear on board for a variety of jobs.