2020 Hino 195 Dry Box Van

2020 Hino 195 Dry Box Van

C&M Motors has a limited supply of new 2020 Hino 195 Dry box vans available for lease, rental or purchase. We are making room for the 2021 models.

Business transportation needs are as various as the diversity of the industries. Every day produce, equipment and product are moved around the country. These require well-sized dry vans, box trucks, bobtails, or refrigerator trucks to load, haul, and unload the goods. Reliable, well-maintained equipment is the key to success. Trust your transportation needs to the experts at C&M Motors. For over 30 years they have been supplying businesses with the right truck at the right price.

The experienced professionals at C&M Motors will help you with all your transportation needs. From selecting the right truck size and body style additional equipment such as hand trucks, dollies, and harnesses that you might need. C&M Motors is your partner for dry box van sales and rental in the San Diego area. From dry van bodies to bobtails to box trucks, they have you covered for all your transportation needs. Specializing in Medium Duty trucks with their impressive Hino line, C&M is your source for all size truck leasing plans. Contact us to reserve one of the remaining 2020 model dry box vans.

 

C&M Motors Inc

www.cmmotorsinc.com

(800) 736-3443

2020 CARB regulations will be taking many trucks off the road by end of year. Are you ready? We can help!

2020 Hino 195 Stake Bed

2020 Hino 195 Stake Bed

A stake bed is a flatbed truck with stake pockets allowing wooden or metal rail-slides to be inserted. The rail-slides, or stakes, and pockets work together to form a sort of fencing around the truck. It’s these stakes that surround the truck bed that give these trucks their interesting name. This type of vehicle offers unique and versatile hauling solutions for odd-shaped, heavy, or various-sized items.

If you own a business that transports such items on a regular basis, a stake bed truck would make an ideal addition to your fleet. The pocket and slide configuration allows you to carry tall loads or loose items. They’re great for agriculture and landscaping uses. Stake beds are easy to load, unload, and clean.

Simply adding these stakes and pockets to a flatbed trucks lets you do so much more. This fencing system keeps cargo in place and provides plenty of ways to configure tie-downs. The stake bed truck is perfect for any business that needs to have a way to adapt their hauling needs to the job at hand.

C&M Motors has a few 2020 Hino Model 195s in stock and ready for delivery. We can configure your truck with custom boxes, lift gate, and a variety of other options from our custom fabrication department. Contact us about the remaining 2020 models we have in stock. We look forward to hearing from you.

The Cold Facts About Refrigerated Trucks

The Cold Facts About Refrigerated Trucks

Refrigerated trucks are hot commodities that never lose their appeal. Adding a reefer truck to your fleet expands your capabilities and can put you miles ahead of the competition. From fresh food to flowers, a refrigerated truck gives you the freedom and flexibility to deliver quality products to customers who are minutes down the road or many hours away.

Reefer trucks come in a broad range of styles and sizes. You can configure your vehicle to deliver fresh meat, produce, dairy goods, etc. It’s even possible to select a vehicle ideally suited for your typical delivery area. For example, the size and steering characteristics of the 2021 M and L Series provides superior maneuverability. This makes these vehicles perfectly suited for operating as delivery trucks in urban environments. Moreover, the range of body styles, interior racks, and refrigeration units available allow you to customize your refrigerated truck for ease of access, cooling capacity, cargo capacity, and the delivery range best suited for your operations.

The bottom line is that adding a refrigerated truck to your fleet allows you to increase your delivery schedule, expand your service area, and helps ensure that the perishable products you transport won’t be rejected or returned due to spoilage. Thus, adding a refrigerated truck to your fleet generates considerable savings that add up quickly. This makes a new reefer truck a cost-effective investment that will pay for itself. In fact, it is not uncommon for clients to purchase one truck, and then return in the not too distant future to purchase additional refrigerated vehicles as business plans are realized, and operational needs expand.

Finally, don’t forget that CARB compliance looms over the not too distant horizon. Adding a new refrigerated truck to your fleet can give you an edge on the competition. Purchasing a refrigerated truck in the coming months can make your business more efficient and more profitable as the demand for pre-prepared foods, fresh vegetables, fruits, and meats is certain to remain strong.

We’re happy to help you select a refrigerated truck that meets your needs for:

  • Cargo Capacity
  • Cooling Capacity
  • Fuel Efficiency
  • Maintenance Cost
  • Purchase Price

C&M Motors Inc

www.cmmotorsinc.com

(800) 736-3443

 

2020 CARB regulations will be taking many trucks off the road by end of year. Are you ready? We can help!

Simple Fleet Maintenance Steps to Prepare for Fall

Simple Fleet Maintenance Steps to Prepare for Fall

Summer is ending, and fall is right around the corner. Before the leaves start to turn, make sure your fleet is ready to roll through the changing weather. The sooner you perform the following truck fleet maintenance tasks, the sooner your fleet will be prepared to tackle the cooler weather, rain, and general vehicle wear that can the performance and reliability of your commercial truck fleet. Here are a few steps that will help you prepare for winter and 2021.

1. Perform a Visual Inspection

Give your vehicles a thorough visual inspection. Look for uneven wear on tires, leaky seals, damaged lights, worn windshield wipers, broken mirrors, etc. Replace any damaged components and do a more thorough inspection of any leaks you discover.

2. Give the Engine a Tune-Up

Tuning up your engine is essential truck fleet maintenance that ensures the engine performs as required regardless of the weather outside. It also helps improve engine efficiency, which makes it a cost-effective investment that will pay for itself over the months ahead.

3. Check the Emergency Gear

All commercial motor vehicles should be equipped with a cold-weather survival kit. At a minimum, your kit should contain snow brushes, shovel, flashlight, jumper cables, salt, road flares, and a First Aid kit. It’s also a good idea to make sure it has a radio, batteries, warm clothing, and water. Further, make sure that the truck has a set of chains and that the driver knows how to use them properly.

Don’t Forget the CARB’s!

While your drivers are no doubt thinking ahead towards the holidays and all the carbs on the table, don’t forget the CARB regulations you need to follow for your business. All commercial motor vehicles with a GVWR 26,000 lbs or greater must be CARB compliant starting in 2021. At a minimum, these vehicles must meet the 2010 model year equivalent standards.

If a vehicle is not CARB compliant, the DMV won’t allow you to register the vehicle until it meets CARB standards. In most cases, it is easier and far less expensive to apply those funds towards the lease or purchase of a new truck rather than trying to upgrade an older vehicle.

C&M Motors Inc

www.cmmotorsinc.com

(800) 736-3443

2020 CARB regulations will be taking many trucks off the road by end of year. Are you ready? We can help!

Control Your Service Costs

Control Your Service Costs

Now more than ever, it’s important to control costs and keep your vehicle in working order. In fact, Hino has a program “HinoCare” to prove how important you, your cab-over truck and your business are to us. HinoCare has your back covering oil changes, filters, differential fluid….The list goes on and on. What doesn’t go on and on is the cost. HinoCare for your new cab-over is 100% complimentary for the first two years. Check out this quick video and learn more about HinoCare and how you can lock in planned maintenance costs when you purchase a new Hino commercial truck from C&M Motors. Contact us to learn more.

 

C&M Motors Inc

www.cmmotorsinc.com

(800) 736-3443

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