A most sensible approach!You could do resi work out of that easily, except for the larger ladders. Service work too.
I actually stopped stocking a truck (Ford E350 Extended Van) 20 years ago. Now I buy for the job. Depending on how I feel customer may or may not be charged for the shopping trip.
True, but I'm just looking at a cheap econobox. We could keep the old beater truck parked half the time and replace it in a couple of years. Right now I'm not interested in putting a lot of money into vehicles.Many years ago Shunk said he got an HHR for when he drove around to do estimates. He said he was getting it upfitted with shelving for basic tools and material, but he never posted pictures like he said he would.
Anyway, I would definitely listen to Going_Commando. For a boy in skinny jeans, he makes a great point. If you are looking for something smaller and more fuel efficient that you can zip around in, all of the vehicles he posted would be better than the HHR, IMO.
For me, that's exactly what I have been doing all this time and I am sick of it. I'm ready for the fully stocked van ready to make money everywhere it goes :thumbup:
The Transit Connect is a good vehicle and it's been out long enough that there should be plenty of used models to choose from.True, but I'm just looking at a cheap econobox. We could keep the old beater truck parked half the time and replace it in a couple of years. Right now I'm not interested in putting a lot of money into vehicles.