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Unscripted

Finding truck equipment that delivers durability and driver comfort

Jason Morgan is the editor of Fleet Equipment. He has more than 14 years of B2B journalism experience covering the likes of trucking and construction equipment, real estate, movies and craft beer industries.

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You get in the truck.
You get out of the truck.
You get in the truck.
You get out of the truck.

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You drive on road.
You drive off road.
You drive on road.
You drive off road.

This is the rhythm of the hard-working vocational truck and its driver. It’s just as hard on the driver’s body as it is on the equipment. But the job needs to be done and you need the right combination of equipment durability and driver comfort.

Luckily, today’s vocational truck equipment allows for both, as long as you spec the right components. Much of that can start with the right suspension. To get the details for how to balance equipment durability and driver comfort (while still realizing solid ROI), I connected with Sean Whitfield, director of marketing at Hendrickson Truck Commercial Vehicle Systems. Watch the video above for all of his vocational spec’ing considerations insight.

No script? No plan? No problem. Welcome to Fleet Equipment Unscripted—the video interview series that connects you with the greatest minds in the heavy-duty trucking world.

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Fleet Equipment Unscripted is sponsored by Hendrickson.

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