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These are made of one drive axle on both sides of the tractor. This means that a single-axle tractor has single rear and front wheels. As such, they are not capable of hauling extremely heavy cargo, hence are used for light-duty hauling.
Tandem means two, and as opposed to single-axle tractors, these have two drive axles at each side of the tractor. Two drive axles mean that the tractor can haul heavier loads when compared to a single-axle tractor. The two axles also help to ensure the safety of the driver and the goods being carried since they increase the stability of the tractor.
Sleeper Cab Tractors
With sleeper cabs, there is an extension of the main cabin area. Ideally, sleeper cabs are meant for long-distance transportation. They offer the room and comfort needed by the driver to rest when the distance is long. So, the sleeper cab is usually equipped with a bed and other essentials for convenience.
Iveco works as a subsidiary of CNH industrial and was started in 1975. Since then, it has made some of the best tractors and has gained worldwide recognition as one of the best automobile manufacturers. The company has opened different dealerships around the world but with the headquarters in Turin, Italy.
Volvo is known for the manufacture of light-duty and heavy-duty tractors. Most of its transportation equipment has the best quality, and the company works under its parent company, AB Volvo. The company is headquartered in Gothenburg, Sweden and has branched out to several branches in different places.
Paccar boasts some of the highest performing tractors. It serves as a controlling company for different subsidiaries under it. Using top innovation technologies has played a huge role in improving productivity and maintaining a good name for the company. It also has operating sales outlets in different locations apart from its headquarters location.
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A lot of industries involve hauling of heavy machinery and equipment. For instance, the construction industry, manufacturing plants, and factories involve moving huge machinery. Such requires an equally heavy-duty tractor to carry them to where they are needed. There are multiple-axled tractors that can safely haul even the largest equipment in these industries.
One way to haul small boats is by towing them with your car, but if you buy a yacht or a bigger boat, you will not be able to do so. Depending on the size of your boat, you can choose a tractor big enough to tow your bought. Also, dealerships and ports use different types of tractors to haul boats on a daily basis.
With a heavy-duty tractor, businesses are able to haul multiple automobiles at the same time, from the port to different car dealerships. It also allows for different options, and depending on how long the distance is, the attached trailer can either be closed or open. Tractors can also be used to haul wrecked vehicles to a yard.
Unusable tires are tied in bales to make it easy to transport them. Before putting them into bales, they are compressed so these bales are heavy. Tractors are great for the transportation of such since they can handle most heavy-duty tasks.
While tractors are used for hauling heavy equipment, they can also be used to haul loads over long distances. And the best tractor for long haul tasks is a sleeper cab since it offers a resting place for the driver when he/she gets tired. These could be heavy-duty or light duty, depending on the requirements of the business.
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