ute accessories

October 24, 2017

How CVS Service Body Fit Outs Can Make your Fleet Better Drivers

Ever wondered if there’s anything that you can do to improve the efficiency, productivity, and safety of your drivers when they’re out on the unpredictable Australian roads? Investing in a lightweight service body is a great way to make sure that your most important staff members are well protected from debris and flying tools, while defending your property from theft. In fact, with the right CVS service body fit outs, you can actively make your fleet stronger, more capable drivers, that you can rely on to represent your […]
October 10, 2017

5 Reasons to Add Reversing Sensors and Cameras to your Ute

If you’ve done business with CVS before, or you’ve read our blog, then the chances are you already know how seriously we take Ute performance. At CVS, we use customisable service bodies and fiberglass canopies to help you to protect and enhance your business assets. Thanks to our unique solutions, companies from a range of backgrounds can ensure they’re making the most out of their portable workstations. However, we don’t just encourage you to upgrade your business with service bodies and canopies. We can also offer a range […]
September 5, 2017
The Benefits of Ute Lighting Accessories in Australia

The Benefits of Ute Lighting Accessories in Australia

After you purchase a Ute for your business, or a fleet of commercial vans, you might invest extra cash into your purchase to help you get the most out of your vehicle. Often, the investments that you’ll make will involve the installation of accessories that improve the value or performance of the vehicle. For instance, a service body can help to protect the tools in your vehicle, while a rear-view camera can ensure that you always have the best opportunity for great parking. Of course, in Australia, we […]
August 1, 2017
Loose Tools a Threat? Protect yourself with CVS Ute Accessories

Loose Tools a Threat? Protect yourself with CVS Ute Accessories

Most businessmen and contractors need to carry some kind of tools or equipment with them on the job when they go out onto the roads of Australia. Unfortunately, simply loading these loose items up into the back of a Ute is not only potentially damaging to your investment – it could also put your fleet drivers at risk too. If your Ute needs to go off-road, travel over a bumpy section of gravel, or even break somewhat suddenly, then tools could easily go flying up into the air […]