Things to Consider for Your New Mechanics’ Truck

- 11:39 am - July 16th, 2019

As Virginia’s truck experts, we’re here to help you figure out how to design and build a custom mechanics’ truck that meets your every need! When it comes down to it, there are a few features you should consider when designing the perfect rig.

Tool Storage & Setup

How much time have you or your mechanics spent digging around tool boxes or disorganized tool drawers to find what they need? Using specialized cabinets, drawers and tool boxes you can create an efficient and seamless work flow, making it easy for anyone to find just what they need.

Material Selection

The type of material you choose for your truck can impact fuel mileage, longevity and payload capacity. Your best choice is aluminum, a light metal that provides resistance to rust and improves gas mileage.

Crane Needs

It’s never a bad idea to have a crane on your new mechanics’ trucks – it’s one of those things that you might not need until you really need it! There are light, telescoping cranes available from our partner companies, so be sure to ask about them.

Truck Cab

Let’s face it, a lot of your invoicing, note taking, businesses calls, and more will be taking place from the cab of your new truck. If not you specifically, then at least for your mechanics. It isn’t enough to streamline your truck’s exterior, the inside should have a great flow to it too!


Not every business has what most consider “normal business hours” – sometimes you’re up early before the sun rises or long after the sun has set! In any case, lighting is important whether it’s for safety or for more practical applications.

Are you in the market for a new mechanics’ truck? Look no further than TSVA! Contact us online for a quote, or give us a call directly to get the conversation going.

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