We are a growing landscape maintenance company. Most of our work comes in the form of landscape maintenance including trimming shrubs, pruning, weeding, deadheading flowers, planting annuals and bulbs, mulch applications, pesticide application to lawns and landscapes, lawn mowing, etc. We also fill in around our full season maintenance with small landscape installations, mostly planting, putting in edging etc. Right now we have two Chevy Silverado 1500's one crew cab, one regular cab, both long box open bed trucks. We are considering our options and for maintenance it just seems ot make sense to use a cargo box truck to store all of the tools used on a regular basis along with pesticides and chemicals and sprayers and blowers, etc. Does anyone else have any comments about this? We are getting a dump trailer this fall, and we currently have another trailer that can haul 5 yards of mulch at a time it just doesnt have the dump capability, so it can be used for hauling plants and supplies, as well as tree and shrub pruning and debris. so the truck would simply be stocked with all the tools regularly used by the maintenance crew. Anyone use the cargo trucks, I like to call them box trucks (like a uhaul or ryder rent a truck).