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2020 FREIGHTLINER BUSINESS CLASS M2 106 Box Truck - Straight Truck, Moving Van, Contractor Truck in Oak Creek, WI
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2020 FREIGHTLINER, BUSINESS CLASS M2 106, Heavy Duty Trucks - Cab & Chassis Trucks, CUMMINS , Automatic, *** CAB & CHASSIS *** FULL SERVICE RECORDS 28...
Truck Country - Oak Creek - Website
Oak Creek, WI - 604 mi. away

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    The moving van is a box truck that is for transporting cargo. The cab is usually standard and with a cube behind. Usually they are separate, but some do have a door from the cab into the cargo hold. Although we call it a moving van, the difference is that the van is one singular body.

    Moving vans range in size from 10 feet to 26 feet. The gross vehicle weight (GVW) will range from 12,500 to 33,000 lbs. They often feature a rear door that rolls up rather than a traditional door. There are handles to lock the rear door. You can buy locks to keep the cargo safe if you don’t trust the handles. The traditional look of the moving van is the box. Some models do have a cab-over design to give you a little extra space in the cargo hold. The image of a U-Haul truck is the most common when thinking of a cab-over design.