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How You Can Select the Right Truck for Electricians
As you make repairs on a customer’s home, put in electricity in a new-build, or expand a commercial space for electric, you need a truck that works as hard as you do. With so many choices available, you want to be sure you get a model that fits your needs and your growing business.
The Importance of Customization
Your first step is to figure out what you need from an electrician’s truck. You’ll find all kinds of features and the ability to be upfitted, but you want to know it can be customized to fit your business. Chassis cabs and vans can both be upfitted for special equipment to be added. How you use your truck will depend partially on whether you are primarily a residential or commercial electrician.
Do you need storage or a workstation? For storage, a pickup with the ability to tow a trailer may suit. If you need a mobile workstation, you might prefer a commercial van with raised walls to make it easier to work without bending over. Vans also allow you to add shelving with bins for small parts.
If you need to bring heavy cables to the jobsite, you may want a truck that can pull a heavy trailer. For residential repairs, a model that can carry small tools and parts may be what you’re looking for.
Trucks are known for versatility and capability. They offer more power to allow you to tow trailers for convenient carrying of tools and equipment. A crew cab is perfect if you work with others.
These vans provide maximum storage while keeping your tools and supplies dry and secure. They fit in tighter spaces and regular driveways without taking up too much space. Parking is also easier since many of them offer a short turning diameter. The Sprinter is a popular option.
Service Utility Vans
Be even better organized with these vans. They allow you to install shelves, bins, hooks, and lighting to allow you to work on-site. These vehicles can be customized based on your business and how you operate.
You’ll find advanced technology on all these models to keep you informed and in touch. Pair your smartphone with the vehicle to make and receive phone calls from customers or vendors, get messages and emails, and access other apps as you’re working..
Many newer models also include Wi-Fi to make it easier to keep working. Get online to check for a part or to create an invoice for your customer. Upfitter switches in the cab let you maintain control over other equipment. Also consider whether you need front- or rear-wheel drive or if there are situations where all-wheel drive might be important.
If you’re in the market for an electrician’s truck, talk to Premier Autos of Dallas to find out what we have available. Let us put you in a truck that fits your electrician’s business. Give us a call or stop by in Dallas today to see our latest deals.
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