From emergency vehicles, garbage trucks, and snow removal vehicles to passenger or goods transport vehicles, each profession requires adapted and different vehicles. While some equipment have advantages on trucks, others better fit on lighter vehicles. But what about Onspot? Does it fit as well on a light vehicle as trucks? Are the advantages the same? Let's compare and answer it!
On the Road Today
According to the ACEA, (European Automobile Manufacturers Association), there are some 6.5 million trucks, 29 million vans, and 892,861 buses in circulation on Europe’s roads today. We know that trucks carry more than 71% of all freight transported over land, while buses take care of passengers, but what about the 29 million of vans?
Specific tasks, specific vehicles.
-Transport and logistics
The light commercial vehicle is seen as the last link in the transport / logistics chain since it will often be this vehicle that will be used to deliver to distant customers, where the trucks can’t be as maneuverable in the city or small town.
When an intervention is needed in a dangerous environment or in the city center, it’s the lighter vehicles that are the easiest to drive in order to be on time and save lives.
Small towns and villages are often in charge of collecting waste and remove snow from their areas. Investing in trucks is often too expensive for these smaller cities who prefer to use smaller but equally useful vans.
Less known than other light vehicles, the yard tractor is also a transport solution used by many airports or ports to move planes, trailers, and containers.
Right place, right moment
Lots of equipment and accessories will improve the daily driving on your vehicle, and you can find some of them that will help you to achieve your mission. Onspot is one of them, always here, ready to use by pushing the button.
Take a look at our configurator, to see if your vehicle can be fitted with Onspot!