Unlike modern cars, SUVs, and crossovers, most manufacturers still use body-on-frame construction for their truck lines. Whether your business uses full-size pickup trucks or something heavier-duty, your vehicles likely consist of a reinforced structural frame with a chassis bolted on top. While unibody construction offers many advantages, body-on-frame still reigns supreme in the commercial world. One of the critical advantages of having a separate chassis is durability and repairability. Severe damage to a unibody vehicle's body may sometimes make repairs cost-prohibitive, but it often makes sense to repair body-on-frame trucks.
19 March 2021