Types of vans
A panel van is the most widespread van used by a significant part of small businesses. Panel vans are available in different sizes and shapes. These vans usually do not have rear windows.
A flatbed van has a flat body without sides or a roof around the bed. These vans transport loads that are not compromised in bad weather or on rough roads.
A box van has a cuboid-shaped cargo area separated from the cabin. This type is a favorite of couriers as the box shape makes delivering large packages easier.
A refrigerated van is a van with a temperature-controlled load area. It is used for the transportation of perishable goods.
A combi van has at least one extra row of seats, doors, and windows behind the driver. These vans are equipped with folding seats to increase the cargo area.
A dropside van has the sides drop down to open. They are primarily used in the building industry as these vehicles can carry a mix of heavy loads and equipment, providing easy access to the load if the sideboards are lowered down.
A tipper van is a dropside van with a hydraulic ram that lifts the front of the platform to unload cargo.
A pickup van has an open load area at the back with low sides. This vehicle is equipped with two or four-wheel drive.
A curtain side van has a flatbed with an upper structure mounted on it and covered with tarps.
A passenger van is a motor vehicle transporting up to 15 passengers. Diesel engines mainly power these vehicles. But there are also petrol, hybrid, and electric options.
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