8 Mistakes to Avoid When Ordering Medium-Duty Box Trucks

The body is too short or too long, the chassis is too light, the truck sits too low — these are just a few examples of where specs can go wrong with medium-duty box trucks (also known as “dry van” or “dry freight” trucks).

Yet, it only takes one miscue to significantly impede employee productivity and drive up vehicle costs, either to correct the mistake after the fact or to deal with premature maintenance issues caused by trying to operate the truck “as-is.”

How can fleet managers reduce their risk of error when spec’ing and ordering medium-duty box trucks?

Click here to find out.

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