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Landscape Trucks Combine Power, Capacity, and Flexibility
During a given workweek, a landscape truck may be called upon to haul pallets of sod weighing 3,000 pounds each. A landscape truck may have to deliver several tons of loose fill or gravel to a jobsite and accurately place it in an intended area. These vehicles might have to deliver a load of boxed trees -- and must be equipped with the cargo management components to ensure safe delivery of expensive and bulky cargo items. As landscaping crews are frequently more than one or two bodies, landscaping trucks are commonly configured with extended or crew length cabs that allow three to five additional passengers to ride along. Simply put, landscape trucks are required to be powerful enough to move heavy materials and supplies, easy enough to drive to allow those without special licenses to operate them, and flexible enough to assume a variety of roles and responsibilities throughout the course of a particular job.
What Exactly is Available On The Landscape Truck Market Today?
The most popular units available today are frequently those that have proven to be the most flexible designs. Landscape trucks must assume many roles over time, and the ability to adapt to a particular situation is crucial to ensure that the truck can literally do it all. Freightliner, no stranger to the world of heavy-duty trucks, offers a Business Class M2 series of landscape truck that can be configured with a flatbed or a dump bed -- depending on the owner's preference. These units are based on the heavy-duty M2 truck chassis and are frequently equipped with 275 horsepower Caterpillar diesel engines and heavy-duty transmissions. These units are highly capable and are among the largest trucks that still qualify for the landscape truck designation.
International trucks have been working hard in commercial settings for decades. Known around the world as class-leading heavy trucks that can shoulder heavy loads and adapt to several configurations, these machines are a great choice for the landscape crew who needs a tough, dependable, and cost-effective machine. The 4300 series of landscape trucks are frequently seen with a variety of bed options. Some offer flatbeds in a variety of lengths, while others possess dump bed setups that make loose material distribution an easy process. No matter what the intended purpose is, an International always seems to get the job done.
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