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Fuel Trucks and Lube Trucks Keep Fleets Across America Moving
Fuel trucks and lube trucks are support vehicles that can be found in a variety of job locations. Fuel trucks are popular among agricultural companies for their ability to refuel heavy machinery right in the field, while lube trucks offer the added advantage of possessing a full maintenance toolkit onboard. This allows the lube truck to do minor repairs on machinery and other vehicles, change oil and filters, and offer other general support services to a fleet of machines. Fuel trucks are somewhat simpler in that they tend to bypass the repair mission and are focused solely on refueling other vehicles. Both trucks are highly valuable in the field and can help increase the flexibility and efficiency of an entire operation.
What Is Available In Today's Fuel and Lube Truck Market?
Several makes offer dedicated fuel trucks, as well as highly customized lube trucks, for sale. One of the most popular makes on the jobsite today is Ford, and their F-series of heavy-duty fuel and lube trucks are generally regarded as some of the best in the industry. From the F-550, sporting a variety of motor options, to the behemoth F-800, typically outfitted with a Cummins diesel motor in a variety of displacements, Ford's F-series line is capable and highly usable for the average driver. In fact, many of these trucks drive as easily as their consumer-focused F-series brethren.
Mack trucks, long known as a leading manufacturer of heavy-duty tractor trailers, also offers cab trucks that have been configured to accept large fuel tanks or toolboxes. These units are larger than the Ford series, and are built upon Mack's largest frame design. The ability to haul thousands of gallons of fuel is a big selling point when considering a full sized, "big-rig" style truck, but one must understand that a commercial license is typically required to pilot one of these trucks.
GMC also designs incredibly flexible fuel and lube truck chassis that can accommodate a variety of accessories and add-ons. In fact, when one is searching for a new or used fuel or lube truck it isn't uncommon to find that the previous owner or operator has spent thousands of dollars outfitting the truck for a variety of uses. This means that a savvy buyer can save a lot of money by purchasing a quality pre-owned truck, versus buying new and outfitting the truck themselves. This should make a big difference for practically any business owner.
We Are Your Destination For Fuel and Lube Truck Options
Those who are seeking a fuel and lube truck will find several options on our site. Our network of sellers and advertisers have deep inventories of fuel trucks and lube trucks, that represent a wide range of model years and Equipment packages. For the buyer who wants to get up and running at minimal cost, a pre-owned truck that is already outfitted with a range of accessories may be the answer. Some buyers want the ability to custom equip their own rigs, so a basic truck might make more sense. No matter which way you choose to go, we have the trucks and equipment to get you up and running, at a price that can't be beat!