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Is Equipment Leasing Right for Your Trucking Company?

Posted by Alan Brown on Mar 15, 2019 2:25:52 PM

Truck Financing

 

Equipment leasing for a trucking company can be a smart decision no matter what stage of business you’re in today. Whether you’re just starting to build your fleet or are planning to upgrade aging trucks in your existing business, you don’t necessarily have to outright purchase or finance your upcoming equipment acquisitions.

 

Equipment leasing is a viable option to consider. Not sure of how the process works or how you would benefit? We’ve got all the answers you need.

 

How Equipment Leasing Works For Trucking Companies

Equipment leasing can be used for both new and used trucks. Soft costs can also be included in the lease, such as delivery to your exact location. Terms can last anywhere between 24 and 84 months, ensuring you can pick a plan that suits your timeline and monthly budget.

 

When you apply for equipment leasing with us, the application is just a single page long, making the process quick and easy. You can also get a 24 hour credit approval, allowing you to add a new truck to your fleet as soon as possible.

 

Which is Better for Your Business: Buying or Leasing? Let Us Show You!

 

Benefits of Equipment Leasing

With each truck acquisition requiring a huge amount of capital, your company could very well benefit from equipment leasing, both in the short term and long term. First of all, you can often save a substantial amount of money by avoiding the large down payment that’s usually required of a loan.

 

Secondly, your monthly lease payment may count toward a tax deduction each year it’s in effect. Another benefit is that you don’t have to worry about selling old trucks when they’ve reached the end of their lifespan. Instead, you simply return the truck at the end of the lease period, which can last between 24 to 36 months. If you like the vehicle’s performance in your fleet, you usually have the chance to purchase it at the end of your term.

 

The Bottom Line

Before you look at financing options for your next trucking purchase, consider how leasing could potentially serve your business much more effectively.

 

Topics: Commercial Truck Financing, Equipment Leasing, Trucking, Heavy Equipment Leasing

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