Tuesday, 3 August 2010

Why You Should Choose a Ford Transit Van For Your Small Company

By Lance Winslow

Perhaps, you are one of the small businesses which has noticed your customers coming back, and you are watching the recession slowly ending. Perhaps, you are considering expanding your business and maybe getting a commercial vehicle to help you make deliveries, or to help you in servicing your clients, customers, or new consumers. If so I'd like to recommend a Ford Transit Van as a potential vehicle to use, and I have many reasons for recommending this particular vehicle.

The first reason is one of marketing ability and signage. The vehicle is set up perfectly so that you can put your company logo on the side, and since it doesn't look like other vehicles on the road it will draw attention. The second reason is one of fuel economy, even though the economy is recovering, you still must save money in your business, so you can provide healthcare insurance for your employees, and/or pay the additional energy costs which will occur due to the Cap and Trade Law which may come into effect.

Believe it or not, you can buy this vehicle on a lease for about $280-$350 per month. Since it is small, and not too costly the insurance is also not very high. The vehicle is very easy to drive and maneuver, and therefore, you don't have to worry about your employees getting into an accident very easily. Because the vehicle is small it is easy to park and it takes up very little space. Plus the Ford Transit Van has great access to load it up with cargo.

Personally, I like the vehicle for all sorts of automotive type services, pizza delivery, flower delivery, or number of other types of businesses - maybe you will also fall in love with it. There is a tremendous amount of space in the vehicle considering its small size, and buy having this vehicle, it shows you care about the environment because you didn't buy a full-size van.

Also, because it is smaller, you won't have the increased DOT vehicle tax for having a higher category of vehicle. Perhaps, you might consider The Ford Transit Van as your next small business commercial vehicle. I hope you will be thinking here. Please consider all this.

Lance Winslow is a retired Founder of a Nationwide Franchise Chain, and now runs the Online Think Tank. Lance Winslow believes it's hard to write 20,000 articles; http://www.bloggingcontent.net/

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