How do I buy high quality equipment, by looking at it, taking it to a mechanic, but this isn't really the right method. We start from the premise that every vehicle has its problems and those problems must to be found before starting operations, before buying them,if possible and for that reason they need a series of checks:
1. Mechanical Test. A certified mechanic ASE must test the vehicles.
2. Front Line. In a nationwide company the front alignment must be performed.
3. Manufacturer checking. In the manufacturer's technical service the PM and total checking has to be performed.
4. DOT Inspection. A certified inspector by the Department of Transportation DOT.
5. Test Drive. Finally, a driver from our company must drive the vehicle. The problem is not whether the equipment has something wrong, the problem is who will pay for the arrangements. These tests are mandatory, poor transport business is that equipment break down and we cannot allow that to happen in US Trucks & Co. What if they find a problem? Should be arranged, our certificate DEALER has to say "swallowed alone and we fix" what if you can not fix ?, written contract with the dealer must say that if US Trucks & Co. or its affiliates do not accept the equipment the DEALER must change.
Despite all the controls and tests the truck can be broken, so we must have a guarantee . This guarantee cannot be local, "bring the truck and well fix" that guarantee must be anywhere in the United States and cannot be only from the dealership of the brand, if not in workshops that are open during weekends and holidays. Our certificate dealers provide 100.000 miles or 12 months warranty within United States and Canada. This warranty can be extended up to 48 months and 1,000,000 miles .