Commercial Truck Trader partners with RigDig Truck History Reports
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Commercial Truck Trader(TM) and Wholesale Industrial Network (WIN) Collaborate on Truck History Reports
Norfolk, VA (PRWEB) February 14, 2013 Commercial Truck Trader and The Wholesale Industrial Network (WIN) have announced their partnership with RigDig Truck History Reports. This partnership allows Dealers to access RigDig reports directly, helping dealers, buyers and fleet managers the ability to make more informed used truck purchasing decisions. “This partnership makes us a safer, more reliable marketplace to buy and sell inventory,” said Carl Arnold, director of strategic alliance with Dominion Enterprises. “Enabling purchasers to better understand the history of a commercial vehicle is critical.”
As the first vehicle background check designed specifically for the commercial truck market, RigDig combines a variety of data sources that identifies junk and salvage vehicles, total loss insurance claims, title and odometer brands, accidents, inspections, ownership and cargo records and CSA scores. By entering a truck’s vehicle identification number (VIN), truck buyers and sellers can get vital intelligence in an easy-to-use report. The reports can be accessed by visiting CommercialTruckTrader.com and selecting a vehicle.
ABOUT COMMERCIAL TRUCK TRADER
Commercial Truck Trader, a Dominion Enterprises company, is the leading Internet portal in truck advertising (visit: http://www.commercialtrucktrader.com). With more than 2 million visitors per month across the U.S. dealers and private sellers list over 125,000 trucks and pieces of equipment for sale each month. For more information, please contact Nadene Evans at 757.351.8702.
The Wholesale Industrial Network (WIN) is a private community of commercial truck and equipment businesses that are collaborating to form the largest network serving the wholesale industry. The Wholesale Industrial Network was created to consolidate a disparate global wholesale channel so that members could more efficiently profit from trade activities and stabilize retail inventory and price levels. In addition, members enjoy proprietary information-based reporting tools to help them make smarter decisions regarding inventory acquisition/disposition, inventory levels, inventory types, and price. For more information, please contact Carl Arnold at 757.351.7005 or email@example.com.
Powered by the most comprehensive, trusted information sources available, RigDig Truck History Reports help fleet managers, dealers, contractors and owner-operators make more informed used truck purchasing decisions. As the first vehicle background check designed specifically for the commercial truck market, RigDig combines a variety of data sources that track junk and salvage vehicles, total loss insurance claims, title and odometer brands, accidents, inspections, ownership and cargo hauled records and CSA scores. By logging onto http://www.rigdig.com and typing in a truck’s vehicle identification number (VIN), truck buyers and sellers can get vital intelligence in an easy-to-use report. F
Since 2000, there have been over 639,000 federally recordable, tow-away accidents for class 3-8 trucks (for valid VINs) reported in RigDig. Of these accidents, over 23,000 resulted in a fatality.
VIN Cloning is a growing crime, where criminals take the vehicle identification number (VIN) from a wrecked vehicle while it is sitting in a junkyard, then create new VIN plates for a stolen vehicle of the same make, model, year and color. RigDig can protect you from purchasing a VIN cloned vehicle.
In April of 2013, 3.7% of the RigDig Reports run by users were for trucks that were flagged as either Junk, Salvage or had a serious Salvage Title.
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