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Economics

The setup cost for a Pickup Truck and Delivery Trailer is less than half that of a Straight Truck or a third of the cost of a Semi Truck and Forklift.  And when comparing the operating cost per hour, fuel use, curb time and estimated trips per day, you can easily see how a Pickup Truck and Heavy Duty Pallet Delivery Trailer is an efficient way to increase profitability and efficiency.
Hourly Cost

A pick up truck pulling this tilt bed trailer, with either a bumper pull or gooseneck attachment, costs less than half that of a straight truck, and less than one quarter what a Semi Truck with a Forklift would cost.

Curb Time

A pick up truck pulling this tilt bed trailer, with either a bumper pull or gooseneck attachment, can unload in less than 5 minutes, compared to 40+ minutes with a Straight Truck.

Fuel Usage

A pick up truck pulling this tilt bed trailer, with either a bumper pull or gooseneck attachment, will run at around 14 mpg compared to 7 mpg on a Straight Truck and 4-8mpg with a Semi Truck hauling a forklift.

Set Up Costs

A pick up truck pulling this tilt bed trailer, with either a bumper pull or gooseneck attachment, costs $60k-$130K less than a Straight Truck or a Semi Truck and Forklift.

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