There are many advantages to buying a truck from another trucker. They will be able to tell you about the truck's capabilities as well as quirks. They are often listed for lower prices than comparable trucks being sold by dealers. All types of trucks are listed for sale by owner, including popular brands like International, Kenworth, Chevrolet, Freighliner, Isuzu and Ford. Most listings contain a picture and some even link to a video so you can see the truck in real time. Information about each truck is included in the listing as well as a phone number to contact the truck's owner for more information.
There are so many different types of trailers listed for sale by owner that most owner-operators can quickly find the trailers they need. Buying trailers from other truckers often results in lower prices and the truckers will be able to tell you the history of the trailers they are selling. The listings change frequently, but truckers can usually find a wide selection of dry vans, refer trailers, car haulers, flatbeds, lowboy trailers, tankers, equipment trailers and more. These trailers are located throughout the country and each seller's phone number is listed along with pictures of the trailers and other important information to help each buyer find the trailers they need.
Finding parts for an older or unusual model truck or trailer can be difficult and some dealers are not very helpful when it comes to parts for an older truck. Buying truck parts from owner-operators helps them out and allows you to purchase the parts you need at discounted prices. Parts that may be listed for sale at any given time include tires, sleepers, lift axles, fifth wheel hitches, engines, fuel tanks, dump boxes, rims and more. Each part is listed along with the location, price, pictures and other pertinent information. The sellers phone number is also listed so they can be contacted easily. Most people who are selling parts have several listings so it is a good idea to ask them about all of the parts they have for sale when you have them on the phone.
You can find trucking equipment at various places, but nobody knows trucking equipment like the truckers who use it daily. Whether you're looking for a skid steer, backhoe, loader, wood chipper, truck jack or other piece of equipment, you are likely to find it listed in the for sale by owner section for a reasonable price. A description of each piece of equipment is listed along with pictures, mileage, location and other important information. There is a handy payment calculator as well as a link to email the ad you are viewing to yourself or someone else. This makes it easy to keep track of the equipment you are considering purchasing for your company.
Buying a truck from another trucker has several advantages. One is that the seller will be able to tell you anything you want to know about the truck, including any quirks it has. Unlike a sales person, the owner has likely driven that particular truck and has a great working knowledge about that specific truck. Another reason to buy a truck that is being sold by the owner is that they are often priced lower than similar trucks being sold by dealerships. The owner doesn't have to pay salespeople and other overhead costs. This means they can sell the truck for a lower price and still make a profit.
The types of trucks for sale by owners are the same makes and models as those being sold at dealerships. This includes many top manufacturers, including Peterbilt, Ford, Isuzu, Hino, Chevrolet, Kenworth, Freightliner, International and others. Most listings include several pictures of the truck, and some contain videos. You can even contact the seller and ask them to send you detailed pictures of a specific part of the truck if you choose. Every listing includes a phone number for the seller, as well a a detailed description of the truck they are selling. Calling the owner to ask questions about the truck is the best way to make sure that the truck they are selling is right for you.
Buying a trailer from another trucker is also a great option. It's likely that the owner has actually used that trailer. They can share their experiences with you let you know about the loads that have been hauled on that trailer. The types of trailers being sold by their owners varies, but often includes lowboys, tankers, dump trailers, flatbeds, car haulers, and equipment trailers.
Finding the right parts for an unusual truck, trailer, or piece of equipment can be tough. Buying parts directly from the owner makes this process easier because it allows you to purchase old or unusual parts from people who have knowledge of the parts they sell. These parts also tend to be less expensive than the parts you find from dealers. The listings of parts being sold by owner change often, but you can usually find engines, lift axles, hitches, tires, sleepers and more.
It can be hard to find the right piece of equipment for your needs, so be sure to check out our equipment for sale by owner. This equipment often includes wood chippers, jacks, skid steers, backhoes and loaders. Each equipment listing includes a variety of information to help you determine whether the piece of equipment being sold meets your needs. Pictures and contact information for the seller are also included in the listings. Be sure to contact the seller if you have any questions about the equipment they are selling. Most sellers are very knowledgeable about the equipment they are selling and are happy to share their knowledge with you.