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Truck VS Trailer

Which is the better option to pursue when starting your business? The answer depends are what you need to run your business. When going into the food truck industry, the physical platform can make one business stand apart from its competitors. It is important to consider all your options before deciding what is best for you. One of the biggest initial decisions you will need to make is will you build your specialty vehicle on a truck or a trailer? Each platform has different pros and cons that may not work as well for what you are needing. At APEX, our team of professionals can build your premium specialty vehicle on either platform, let us walk through some difference to help you make your decision.
Truck
Pros
Faster set up once on sight
Easier to navigate on the road
All-in-one platform
Does not require operational capital requirements
Cons
Vehicle mechanical issue can affect the business
Repairs can be costly


Trailer
Pros
No delay when the vehicle needs repairs
We build our trailers from the ground up, making them 100% customizable
Great for long-term parking
Cons
It is necessary to have a vehicle to transport the trailer
Faster depreciation
Depending on customizations, it can be more expensive

In the end, the decision is up to you on which platform is best for your business. Be sure to consider how many staff members you will need at one time, the amount of space your necessary equipment will absorb, and where you will be parking your specialty vehicle. Our team is here to support you and help you find what is best. Contact us today if you have any questions on your specialty vehicle and check out our portfolio to see the trucks and trailers, we have built for clients across the nation.


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