What Does Vocational Truck Mean?
Vocational trucks are trucks designed with a single purpose, or vocation, in mind. These trucks are built to specs for individuals, companies, or industries to help them achieve their business goals. Some common commercial trucking industries’ trucks of choice include:
- Box & Moving Trucks - Trucks are the bread and butter of North American shipping and transportation – the box truck at the center of it all
- Plow Trucks - Specialized trucks help to keep roads clear of snow and ice during the winter with the help of large plows and highly maneuverable chassis
- Construction Trucks - Low maintenance, high capacity trucks designed with even more specific uses
- Service Trucks - Designed for the service and utility industry, these trucks come equipped with specialized equipment to help linemen, electricians, arborists, & more
- Delivery Trucks - Last mile and intracity delivery trucks need to be nimble, efficient, & utilitarian
- Dump Trucks - Essential for a variety of construction, landscaping, and other hauling industries, dump trucks usually feature heavy-duty chassis for large loads and articulating high-walled beds
- Refrigerator Trucks - Essential for the transportation of fresh or frozen foods and medical supplies, refrigerated trucks are complex coolers on wheels
Start Your Vocational Trucking Journey at Papé Kenworth
Work with your local Papé Kenworth dealership to build, price, and finance the perfect vocational truck for your business. Our team of Kenworth experts will help you throughout the buying and ownership process to make sure that your customized truck continues to pay for itself year after year.