Morgan Truck Body unveils Mobile Service Unit for fleet roadside assistance

Morgan Truck Body unveils Mobile Service Unit for fleet roadside assistance

The Roadside Assistance Vehicle will be featured on an Isuzu NPR-HD gas-powered chassis and will include a service-ready mobile workshop.

In response to the growing need for mobile fleet service, Morgan Truck Body says it has unveiled a Mobile Service Unit specifically designed for roadside assistance. The self-contained Morgan Roadside Assistance Vehicle (RAV) will be featured on an Isuzu NPR-HD gas-powered 14,500 GVWR chassis and, according to the company, includes:

  • Service-ready mobile workshop with ease of access that includes curbside step door;
  • Packages for oil, lube, cooling fluid, air, parts, welding, and diagnostic testing;
  • Mobile workbench with aluminum structure and stainless steel top;
  • Ample part and tool storage with Masterack fixed shelving;
  • Dimmable LED strobe lights and scene lights on curbside for bright work area at night;
  • Enhanced safety with improved visibility utilizing Morgan Situational Awareness Packages.

“We see a significant customer shift in demand away from brick-and-mortar repair centers towards flexible mobile units to repair on-site, which saves time and cost,” said Tom Diez, senior vice president, sales and marketing, Morgan Truck Body. “Morgan Mobile Service Units answer that demand and can be custom designed for a wide variety of fleet on-site maintenance, inspection, and repair needs, with the goal of getting drivers back on the road quickly and safely.”

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