The best way to add value to your semi-trailer truck is to accessorize it. While these words may seem like a sales pitch by an accessory dealer, the fact is that often the first thing noticed by a potential customer for a trucker’s services is his equipment. If the truck, or the whole fleet for that matter, looks well kept and attractive, the impression of that business is positive. This is true for a tow operator, fruit and produce distributor, over-the-road hauler, even san…
The best way to add value to your semi-trailer truck is to accessorize it. While these words may seem like a sales pitch by an accessory dealer, the fact is that often the first thing noticed by a potential customer for a trucker’s services is his equipment. If the truck, along with equipment and accessories like an equipment trailer, looks well kept and attractive, the impression of that business is positive. This is true for a tow operator, fruit and produce distributor, over-the-road hauler, even sanitation pick-up and septic tank services.
Pride in a job well done and concern for customer service is reflected in the way a big rig is maintained. This can accomplished with a simple but well thought out paint job, and can go to the extreme with elaborate lighting and chrome accessories. For example, semi truck wheels can be simply painted and decorated with lug nut covers, or they can be covered with a variety of wheel accessories like axle covers or complete stainless simulators. A more expensive choice would be aluminum wheels with stainless axle covers and lug nut covers.
Increase Safety and Looks with LED Lights
Lighting is another method of displaying pride in your ride. Besides adding to the safety factor, today’s LED lights use a minimum of amperage and deliver a big wallop. A trucker can use ten times the number of lights than in past years, and yet not draw any more power from the battery. LED lights are available in a large variety of styles and colors, and can be installed in unusual places on the vehicle – in wheel wells, in the grille, on a visor and in air breathers.
Big Rig Accessories Make Long Hours Behind the Wheel Enjoyable
Other standard equipment – fenders, bumpers, tool boxes, exhaust pipes, mud flaps – can be left in stock condition, but are often seen in chrome and stainless. These all contribute to a fine public image of your truck. Interior accessories, while not necessarily visible to the public, also give a sense of pride of ownership and make the long hours spent in the cab more pleasant. For example, there are dashboard accessories, designer steering wheels and gear shift knobs. Chrome and stainless accessories are available for most semi truck models, and custom items can often be fabricated. In all, these items add a touch of class to any big rig!
Make that truck shine with chrome
A large variety of chrome goodies are available to customize the look of both large and smaller trucks on the market. These enhancements are constructed in a variety of materials, such as stainless steel, chrome plated steel and chrome plastic, including cut-outs, light brackets, license plate holders, hood ornaments, headlight accessories and chrome tape. Some of the most chrome truck parts include Chrome Cut Outs, Chrome Tape, Edge Molding, Grab Handles, Headlight Accessories, Hood Ornaments, License Plate Holders, Nut Covers, Permit Holder, Shift Knob. Chrome is not only a beautiful way to accessorize a truck, but it can also protect an extend the life of many truck parts.