Save on Fuel and Maintenance with Fuso’s New Gas Trucks
gasoline-powered trucks continue to climb the popularity charts in a market
once dominated by diesels, carving out about 40% of the new truck sales, Mitsubishi has risen to meet customer
demands for gas-powered truck models. The most recent release, the Fuso Class 5
FE180, solves many problems for our customers. Could this new gas-powered truck
replace a diesel model in your lineup?
Tags: commercial trucks, gas trucks, work trucks
Leasing a Box Truck Delivers Big Advantages
had a previous experience leasing a car, you probably think leasing a
box truck is similar. However, it’s not. At
Diamond Mitsubishi Fuso, we have many customers who enjoy the advantages of
leasing. Could leasing a box truck be beneficial for your business?
Tags: commercial truck leasing, lease box truck, lease vs. buy
Fuso Now Offers the Broadest Range of Powertrain Choices
Mitsubishi Fuso is thrilled to announce the arrival of the all-new gas-powered Class 4 and Class
5 FE Series cabover work trucks to our extensive lineup. In a truck market
heavily dominated by diesel options, our new Fuso gas trucks fill a big demand.
We’ve seen our customers increasingly turn to gas-powered options to simplify
fleet fueling and maintenance needs; they now make up 40% of the market share.
By adding gas-powered engines to our medium duty lineup, Diamond Mitsubishi Fuso can now offer you the broadest range of powertrain options including
gas, diesel, and electric models at our San Jose location.
Tags: work trucks
Is Buying or Leasing a Box Truck Best for My Business?
manage your business, you must invest wisely. This is especially important when
deciding whether to purchase or lease a truck. Monthly payment costs, down
payments, maintenance, insurance, fuel, and the length of time you plan on
operating your vehicle before upgrading are all essential considerations that
will impact your business’ financial flexibility and bottom line. Could the
costs of leasing a box truck benefit your business over a box truck
Tags: commercial box truck, cost, lease
Get Creative with a Used Box Truck Conversion
happens to all the old box trucks that have been retired from service at your local
box truck rental store? Once they’re finished doing their commercial duties,
a box truck conversion can give them a new life. From the expected to the
unrecognizable, there are many creative ways to keep old box trucks cruising. Might
there be a box truck conversion in your future?
Tags: box truck conversions, box truck ideas, used box trucks
When is a CDL Required to Rent a Truck?
need to rent a bigger truck for an uptick in deliveries or for larger cargo
than you regularly haul. For large commercial
truck rentals you may
wonder, is a commercial driver’s license (CDL) required to secure a truck?
Tags: commercial driver’s license, commercial truck rental, GVWR
Size Matters: Determining Box Truck Length
box truck do you need to meet your commercial business needs? From food
delivery to contracting, the experts at Diamond Mitsubishi Fuso can help
determine the ideal size commercial truck to meet your rental needs.
Tags: delivery trucks, leasing, truck size
Whether you are behind the wheel yourself or employing others
to do the job, driving is serious business. Workers who operate a vehicle as
part of their job responsibilities are at increased risk of accident and
injury. As an employer, you are responsible for the safety and care of workers
in the event of an incident. Do your drivers and staff have the delivery truck
safety tips they need to avoid hazards on the road?
Tags: safety, truck drivers
Coming in at number 7 on 2019’s list of ’10 most dangerous
jobs,’ driving a truck is serious business. Unlike professional drivers who
have earned a CDL, if you’re a box truck rental
newbie, it’s easy to overlook common pitfalls. What box truck driving tips do
you need to ensure a safe, smooth trip?
Tags: box trucks, safe driving tips, truck driving
Are you in the market for a cargo van for your business?
Before you run out and buy the latest cargo van for sale, you might want to
give some thought to how you plan to use it. You may be able to save your
company money by buying a
used van or leasing one when you need it. Here are a few things to consider
before you buy or lease a cargo van.
Assess Your Usage – How Frequently do you Need a Cargo Van?
How often do you transport cargo for your business? If the
answer is less than twice a week, you may want to think about leasing
a cargo van rather than investing in one that sits idle. On the other hand,
if most of your business is on the go, you might need to buy a fleet of vans
for your daily use. Buying new versus used is another factor that may best be
determined by how often you plan to use it.
Tags: cargo van, van to buy, van to lease