Like box trucks, cargo vans are some of the most versatile vehicles in commercial use.
However, there are differences between box trucks and cargo vans.
Deciding on whether cargo vans are the right choice for you or not depends on the needs and the goals of your particular business.
Below, we'll try to define what is a cargo van.
What is a cargo van?
A cargo van is a vehicle that has only two seats - one for the driver and one for the passenger sitting beside the driver. That means that the area behind the driver does not include any seats.
From the outside design, the cargo van is similar to a passenger van. It looks like a traditional unibody vehicle where the driver's cab and the cargo area are connected as a single piece.
Most often plumbing, roofing, painting, or delivery service providers use for business some type cargo vans from this list.
Cargo van benefits
- The small size of the cargo van makes it maneuverable in tight spaces and it can park easier.
- The driver can access tools or cargo directly from inside the van.
- To learn to drive a cargo van is easy because cargo vans are handled more like a traditional vehicles.
- They have an interior cargo area that can be easily customized for almost any business with many after-market products available for organization and storage.
Make money with a cargo van
There are several ways to make money with a cargo van.
Most of these money making methods don't require the driver to have a CDL.
Start a cargo van business
If you feel that you have found a profitable niche, you may want to scale up your earnings.
Check this guide on how to start a cargo van business.