Swedesboro, NJ – November 2015 –With winter just around the corner, the experts at Coopersburg& Liberty Kenworth understand the need for trucks that will be reliable through the cold winter months. With years of experience in offering Kenworth dump trucks for sale across the Northeast region, they know a few things about reliability. So here are a few tips on how to check a dump truck’s reliability.
Truck specs are important, but they only tell a part of the story. The common thought is higher numbers mean better performance, yet the most important consideration to any heavy hauler is what it actually handles like when you are driving it. Get behind the wheel and put it through the paces it will be facing on a regular basis to see how it responds.
Check the Truck’s History
If you’re looking at a brand new Kenworth T880, you won’t see any history for that particular vehicle. However, the brand and model both speak for themselves in terms of excellence, with outstanding reputations for both durability and reliability.
The histories on most used Kenworth dump trucks for sale are thorough, and include full summaries and overall evaluations with details, dates and locations. Reputable full-service dealerships such as Coopersburg & Liberty Kenworth will always offer an honest appraisal on the trucks they carry, and will professionally match you with the truck that will fit your needs.
Find the Right Balance
During winter, a truck can actually be used for two distinct purposes: the primary, heavy-duty role for which it is bought, and a secondary role, serving as an extra “mule” for hauling equipment across job sites, clearing snow, or towing stuck vehicles. Very often during a harsh winter, the supporting role overtakes the primary role of a heavy-duty truck, making reliability a major consideration.
Coopersburg & Liberty Kenworth carries an extensive inventory of new and used trucks that feature the latest engineering and technological advancements.