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Modifying the Perfect Work Vehicle with Aluminium Service Bodies

Let’s face it, workers of all shapes and sizes love their Ute.

Whether you use it mostly for work purposes, or you enjoy making the most out of your work vehicle in your downtime too, these powerful machines can help you to get things done with style. Usually, they take pride of place in front of your house, and you love the way that your Ute makes your life versatile, and easier than ever.

When it comes to getting the most out of your work vehicle, that’s where CVS comes in. We can help you to take your pride and joy to the next level with a series of modifications and fit-outs that help you to design the road experience that you’ve always wanted.

When you’re searching for a Ute without compromise, for work or play, we can help. With that in mind, we’ve got a few tips for modifying the perfect utility vehicle.

1.     Prepare for Work and Play

Adding a protective item like a service body to your Ute tray can help to make your work vehicle a perfect tool for both personal, and professional use. Whether you work in trade, or you simply use your utility vehicle as a solution to help you get from one job to the next, service bodies are perfect for securing your investment and providing plenty of reliable storage solutions.

With an aluminium service body or even a customized canopy, you can protect the equipment that you carry with you on each job from various elements, including unpredictable weather, theft, and more. You won’t risk a fine either, as all your tools will be properly secured. Plus, you won’t have to worry about where you’re going to put all your gear on your next camping trip!

2.     Think about the Engine Power

Most Ute’s are pretty powerful, to begin with. The good news is that when you add a lightweight aluminum or fiberglass service body or canopy to the mix, you won’t be damaging your engine performance because your new accessory won’t weigh you down on the road. With that in mind, however, you may still decide that you want to look into the option of revving up your engine a little further.

If you use your utility vehicle in rough areas, or you spend a lot of time driving on the highway, you could consider upgrading your engine for better drivability, fuel economy, and confidence. Some people even choose to get their engine turbo-charged.

3.     Consider your Fuel Situation

Another thing to consider when you spend a lot of time driving in your utility vehicle is that you’re going to need to spend money on fuel. With your service body or canopy in place, you can help to make your Ute more aerodynamic, which might actually help to save you some money on fuel in the long run.

However, if you’re the kind of person who enjoys taking a lot of long drives, particularly throughout rural areas, then you might want to consider adding a long-range fuel tank to the mix. This can reduce some of the stress associated with searching for a fuel station out in the middle of nowhere.

The Little Extras

Sometimes, modifying your work vehicle doesn’t have to be a huge job. For instance, you might consider adding drawers and shelves to your service body for extra organization, or you might at LED lighting to your Ute so you can ensure that you’re seen out on the open road. There are plenty of fantastic fit-outs that can help to make your utility vehicle more efficient and effective than ever before, and we have a wide selection here at CVS.

To find out more about us at CVS you can watch our CVS video tutorial , if you would like a quote or to get more about what we can do for you today by completing a form or calling us directly at 1300 467 106.
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