Readers are telling us that this lockdown is having very little effect on their businesses – certainly compared to the first one! Dealers too seem as busy as ever with plenty of enquiries on their trucks & trailers advertised in Truckpages magazine and online at www.truckpages.co.uk. Last week was a record ever for www.truckpages.co.uk – the highest number of visitors in a week, which shows both how liveley the market is and how well the website is performing.

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If you believe everything that you read in the news, then house prices are well up and estate agents are having a good time of it. With this in mind, take a look at Mac’s Trucks brand new DAF LF removal truck in the photolistings, it comes with 4 container sections and a two-man sleeper pod.

Check out Chris Hodge’s advert on page 11 – it seems they are focusing on 26 tonne curtainsiders and box trucks -looks like a good selection of Euro 6 18 tonners and 26 tonners. Whilst Cromwell’s back cover advert has an unusual 2012 DAF LF45.160 demountable tipper with snow plough.

Looking over the auction adverts you will see a wide range of stock available – from 6×2 tractor units and 7.5 tonne box vans to more unusual Unimog cherry pickers (see it here) and all the Unimogs here. Fleet Auction Group also have a six seater golf buggy – who wouldn’t want to own one of those?

Remember, when you are calling any of the advertisers in the magazine or online, please remember to mention Truckpages magazine. If you can’t find the truck you are looking for then search on the Truckpages website where you may find additional stock not advertised in the magazine.

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