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Deena Mayer Dump Trucks January 25th, 2018 - 11:19:09
For most industries especially the construction industry having a truck capable of carrying large loads of loose material to dump at a construction site means increased productivity and sales. While some large companies can afford to purchase a brand new commercial truck straight out most businesses cannot mainly because of its expensive price tag. The average price for a standard truck capable of dumping these days ranges from $50000 to $300000. In this article let me share some insider dump truck buying secrets on finding an affordable dumping truck in serviceable condition. First determine your business needs. Dumping trucks come in numerous types and sizes and you really cannot properly shop unless you have established exactly what you need. In other words do the necessary homework.
If you are in need of a dump truck you can purchase these new or used. The one main benefit of purchasing used models is cost. When you choose to buy a pre-owned truck you have the opportunity of saving potentially thousands of dollars over purchasing a new one. Many used models have prices as low as $10000 or less while new models can reach more than $100000. Purchasing used equipment such as these trucks offers you the ability to save money while still giving you the hauling power that you need. If you are planning to purchase a used truck be sure that you obtain all the information about that particular truck that you can. If you are searching online it is also a good idea to request photos and seek contact details from the seller in case you have additional questions about the truck that you are considering.
Side Discharge Efficiency Besides the numerous safety features that come with the use of a side discharge dump truck companies that own them have experienced improved efficiency as well. Not only can these units haul just as much or sometimes more than their rear-discharging counterparts they are also easier to unload and can complete the job in tighter spaces. Because the bed can be lifted until it is completely upright something that is impossible with a standard rear dump truck because of the threat of tipping over bed contents are more completely discharged. This is especially convenient when hauling wet or sticky material as well as other loads that are hard to remove from the beds of standard dump trucks.
On uneven and rough terrain conditions the weight of the payload can cause undue strain and fatigue on the frame. Such work conditions are better handled by an articulated truck. An ADT has a hinge between the cab and the dump box yet unlike the semi trailer designs the cab is a permanent fixture and not a separate vehicle. As you can see the design of the various types of commercial dump vehicles greatly affects the trucks ability to function in different hauling and dumping situations. Being familiar with the different designs is imperative if looking to purchase a dump truck in an unstable economy. Study the different types do your homework and select the best truck for your business!