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Light-duty and medium-duty work trucks are used by site preparation contractors. Work trucks can transport crews, materials, and tools. Often relied on to haul equipment and loads of debris, work trucks are common at job sites where soil compaction, trenching, excavation or grading work is being done. Upfitted work trucks can include additional tools like: air compressors, welders, and small cranes.