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    Commercial Trucks Keep Our Nation Moving

    Commercial vehicles, like big rig trucks, dump trucks, and fire trucks, keep America moving and working around the clock. For those on the jobsite, a tractor-trailer can bring needed supplies to the work yard. Dump trucks make quick work of hauling and relocating loose materials like fill dirt, gravel, and mulch. And fire trucks keep our structures safe from destructive infernos that can threaten buildings -- as well as the lives of the occupants of those structures. Panel vans and stretched work vans keep plumbers and local contractors organized and productive, while flatbed work trucks and trailers allow landscape engineers to transport large amounts of mulch, plants, and outdoor living supplies with ease. Commercial trucks keep our nation moving forward. We have tens of thousands of commercial vehicles for sale or rent on a daily basis. Our sellers and advertisers can connect you to the commercial truck that will make your life easier -- and more productive.

    America Needs Trucks!

    Whatever you call them -- big rig trucks, tractor-trailers, or semi trucks; America needs these beasts of burden to move goods around our nation's byways. Big rig trucks carry food to restaurants and grocery chains in refrigerated units called "reefers." These are incredibly popular trucks that have made the ability to deliver fresh fish from a Pacific Ocean port to the center of the nation an easy proposition. Some of these units are designed for short haul work and consist of a short cab and trailer section. Others increase the flexibility factor by adding on an extension to the cab area to allow for sleeping quarters and a compact living area. These trucks, called sleeper cabs, give the over-the-road trucker the ability to pull over and take a nap literally anywhere.

    Dump trucks are used throughout the county on jobsites that range from small to commercial. These trucks allow the transportation of loose materials (or any other cargo that has to to easily disposed of) from one area to another with minimal effort on the part of the operator. Simply load the dump truck with a backhoe or other powered loader, and the dump truck will deposit the materials wherever you need it with ease.

    The flatbed truck is another frequently used commercial vehicle that makes transporting a variety of heavy machinery or supplies a low-stress operation. Combining the ease of loading of a flatbed trailer with the simplicity of a work truck, these units allow the operator to easily transport construction equipment, supplies, or even other vehicles.

    We Have the Commercial Truck You Need -- Today!

    We have been connecting dealers and sellers of commercial trucks for decades. No longer do you need to scour the local classified sections to find the truck you need. We maintain a network of sellers who stretch across the nation -- ready to deliver the commercial truck that you need to increase efficiency, help ensure more profitable work, and make your life simpler! Your next new or used commercial truck is just a click away!