Frequently Asked Questions

How do I search for a Work Truck?

Searching for a Work Truck is easy! Using the Vocational Carousel at the top of the site, search for a work-ready truck by first selecting the Body Type. Next, select any applicable chassis requirements (on the left side of the page). If you like, you can also narrow your search further by selecting your preferred Body Manufacturer and any potential add-ons (just scroll further down the left side of the page). Once you have completed your search, click on the title of any of the work-ready vehicles in the search results to see the enhanced Vehicle Details Page.

Ok, I found the work truck I want - now what?

That's great! If you are looking at the Vehicle Details Page of the truck you want, there are a few different ways to move forward:

  1. Click the "I'm Interested" button under the Pricing Info and enter your contact info and the commerical dealership who has that vehicle will get back to you soon.
  2. CALL! - Dial the phone number of the dealership that is shown under pricing to get ahold of someone right away.

"No work trucks matched your search..." - Really? I was sure there would be some available... Now what?

Inventory changes rapidly. If you don't find what you are looking for, just contact a dealership through the "Help Me Find This Work Truck" form, or modify your search.

I looked up a stock number for a vehicle I was interested in a few days ago, and now it says "No work trucks matched your search. Let us know exactly what you're looking for and we'll help you find it." What happened?

This vehicle has been sold. Try searching for other trucks that match your needs with the controls on the left-hand side of the screen.

Can I purchase a work truck directly from this site?

To contact the dealership that has the truck you’re looking for, fill out the "I'm Interested" form, and they will get back to you right away.

Why don't the photos match the truck?

Most dealerships provide on-lot images for most/all of our vehicles, but it does take time to get them received, washed, and ready to sell. Library images will be used as place-holders to give an indication of what this truck would generally look like while we wait to be able to show the live, on-lot images.

Why is there a difference in the amount of body information provided?

Some of our body manufacturers and upfitters provide much more thorough information than others - up to and including body data spec-sheets, body videos and more. If you have any questions about any of the work trucks or body styles, please contact the dealership who has that vehicle by filling out the “I’m Interested” form.