New Truck or Old Truck

When your business needs to add another work truck to the fleet you might be tempted to buy the first old truck you see and save a few dollars in the process.

This might make good business in the short run but in the long run it will likely end up costing you more money.

New Truck or Old Truck

Old Truck

An old truck means it will have more miles on it and a lot more wear and tear. Trucks were designed for work and it is possible that old truck you are looking at buying has already done more than its fair share of hard work and is ready to be put out to pasture.

An old truck might look good on the outside, but underneath, where it counts, the engine has worked twice as hard on every mile it has driven. You don

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