Tuesday, October 27, 2020

Add Years To Your Fleets' Life Cycle

 When should we replace our vehicles? This is an important question for any business owner or fleet manager. Service vehicles are your company assets and may need some long needed maintenance to extend its longevity, if not replacement. Maybe they lost their shine, are showing their age or just look tired. If it looks like they need some outer TLC, they probably need some servicing on the inside as well.

How has your vehicle been performing? Take into consideration your vehicles performance history. Think of it like a health check for your fleet. It's important to review your vehicles expenditures. If you feel your maintenance costs are on the climb, you may consider doing a cost analysis. Life cycle cost analysis is the key to optimal timing for vehicle replacement in fleets.

According to Work Truck the following are recommendations on what to review:

  • Interest cost for capital expenditures
  • Inflation rate for adjusting life cycle maintenance and operating costs
  • Vehicle depreciation rate
  • Purchase cost of vehicle
  • Estimated maintenance and operating costs

Fleetwest can add years to the life cycle of your service vehicle with a transferable service body. All of the units can be transferred off a retired pickup and placed into another pickup truck with a no-holes drilled installation. This creates a higher resell value for the pickup truck and your service body making it a huge asset to any fleet!

To find out how to add years to your fleets’ life cycle with a Load'N'Go or a Durashellcall (866)497-7200 or visit www.fleetwest.net.  You can also request a quote at: www.fleetwest.net/get-a-quote/

Friday, October 23, 2020

Accessories Make A Difference

Accessories Make A Difference

Ladders and other long cargo items, such as pipes, can take up valuable storage space in a work truck. Simply adding a ladder rack to your service body makes a world of difference. It will optimize that storage space, create organization and make for a safer work environment.
Benefits of adding a ladder rack:
Ladder racks provide the best angle to secure loads. Placing ladders or long material on top of your service body frees up storage space inside for parts and expensive cargo and equipment.
Accessibility is easier when ladders are securely stored on top of your work truck. Rather than moving tools and material to get to a ladder, simply take it down from atop.
Road safety is increased when ladders are stored on top the length of a pickup truck. When ladders stick out from the back of vehicles, accidents are more likely to occur; creating expensive accident or insurance costs for you and/or your fleet.
Easy accessibility to heavy materials, such as ladders, eliminates the risk of personal injury. Maneuvering heavy ladders can cause back injury. Having a secure ladder rack makes accessing these heavy materials easier and safer.

Fleetwest offers multiple styles.  Call toll free today at (866) 497-7200 for a quote on a ladder rack and Load’N’Go service body or request a quote online at: https://www.fleetwest.net/get-a-quote/.  Also visit our website at: https://www.fleetwest.net/

Friday, October 16, 2020


 Price has been reduced.  Call 480-736-8800. $2,495.00 Includes slide, dome light and back up camera. Has been inside. Fits 6.5' truck beds

Tuesday, October 13, 2020

Versatility Helps Productivity

Fleetwest has slip-on truck bodies that can be transferred to other trucks while loaded. You can even take off your truck body and leave it at a job site with our optional jacks. This will allow your tools to stay locked and safe. Protecting your valuable cargo in a slip-on truck body makes so much financial sense. Our double locking doors and side compartments provide the security you need to prevent theft.

 We have 4 different Load’N’Go models to choose from: 

  •  Fixed Top
  •  Open Bed
  •  Sportsman
  •  Powerbody 

They all fit most standard long-bed and short-bed models. You can transfer them in minutes with our no-holes drilled installation. Transferable truck bodies are just as the name suggests, transferable service bodies that are not bolted into the pick-up truck bed but rather clamped to the bed rails. A rubber mat is placed on the bed of the pick-up to prevent the service body from moving in the bed. Transferability changes everything!


Fixed Top
Open Bed

Visit our website at: https://www.fleetwest.net/ . Or you call 480-736-8800 for more information. 

Also, you can request a quote at: https://www.fleetwest.net/get-a-quote/ 

Friday, October 2, 2020

 Prevent Downtime

Downtime is always going to be a challenge; however, Fleetwest offers an innovative solution to this problem. When you own a Fleetwest truck body and your work truck is in need of repairs, you simply transfer the truck body, fully loaded, to another pickup truck bed via forklift, crane or lifting jacks. The technician now has full access to his tools and equipment and able to move forward with his days’ work. When the needed repairs have been made, the service body is then transferred back into the original work truck. All executed in a matter of minutes with a no-holes drilled installation. Transferability  changes everything!


 We have many different  Load’N’Go truck bodies:

·         Fixed Top

·         Open Bed

·         Sportsman

·         Powerbody




For more information, you can call our office at 480-736-8800 or request a quote at: https://www.fleetwest.net/get-a-quote/ .  You can also visit our website at: https://www.fleetwest.net/.  We look forward to hearing from you!