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5 Unparalleled Features of the Fat Truck

5 Unparalleled Features of the Fat Truck

The ultimate industrial off-road utility vehicle. The Fat Truck is an all-terrain, amphibious truck that will take you beyond where you thought was possible. Off-road projects and remote job sites are no longer an issue when you have a Fat Truck in your fleet. Knowing the versatility and power of these units, we’ve put together a list of the top 5 features of the Fat Truck.

1. Fat Trucks are built for any terrain.

Fat Trucks are unlike any other industrial vehicle. Being able to move through snow, mud, land and in the water, these units will automatically adjust based on your specific terrain to provide you with optimum traction at all times. 

The tires are very low pressure, allowing them to mold around the object that you’re driving over. Because of this feature, Fat Trucks are the perfect vehicle for a variety of job types, being able to easily climb over debris, wade through standing water and maneuver around large obstacles. When going through water, these amphibious trucks will float and go 2 mph.

2. They have a variety of uses.

Whether you’re working on hurricane relief efforts, military operations, transmission and powerline inspections, pipeline valve inspections, right-of-way inspections or a different type of project, these trucks will help you get your job done quickly and efficiently. Having the option to fit up to 8 people in the vehicle at one time (2 in the front and 6 in the back), there’s plenty of space to transport your crew or additional equipment or materials.

3. Fat Trucks are built to last.

Weighing in at 6,000lbs, these trucks have a top speed of 25mph, 67 hp and can drive for 18 hours without needing to refuel. They have a very low fuel consumption, using an average of 1.5 gallons of fuel per hour. They’re reliable and efficient, giving you the confidence that you truck rental won’t break-down while working.

4. They’re safe.

Safety is key, especially when working off-road projects and navigating rough terrains. Because of the industries and types of projects that these units are primarily used for, every unit has 360° visibility, have grab handles at all entry points, a front and rear ladder with 3-points of contact, 3-point safety belt for all seats and more.

5. They’re easy to operate.

Having automatic drive modes and an automatic transmission, Fat Trucks are easy to operate. You can steer on either the left or right side of the truck due to the joystick steering. In addition to this, the automatic drive modes help the driver be able operate the vehicle based on the terrain, helping keep everyone safe during transit.

Fat Trucks are truly amphibious and ready to take on anything you throw its direction. For more information on renting or purchasing a Fat Truck, fill out our quote request form and we’ll get you connected with our sales team to help you add Fat Trucks to your fleet.

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