Browse our comprehensive list of truck classes as we breakdown each category.
Light-duty Fleet vehicles fall into the class 1-3 category. They are often used for commercial applications such as delivery or construction, as well as for personal use.
Box trucks are often used in industries that require specialized equipment or features, such as refrigeration units or lift gates for loading and unloading heavy items.
Delivery vehicles are used to transport goods from one location to another. They are essential vehicles for businesses in the transportation industry.
Light-duty trucks fall into the class 1-3 category. They are often used for commercial applications such as delivery or construction, as well as for personal use.
Medium-duty diesel vehicles are classified as Class 4-6, that have a gross vehicle weight rating (GVWR) between 14,001 and 26,000 pounds.
Heavy-duty diesel trucks are those in Class 7-8. They are most often used for transportation, logistics, construction, agriculture and mining.
Proper maintenance on trailers and lift gates is crucial to ensure that these essential pieces of equipment are functioning safely and efficiently.