Sources in the business of great auto transport reviews indicate that the sales of used Class 8 commercial trucks was up about 55 percent in August, over the numbers recorded during the same period of time in 2009. At the same time, sources also indicate that the average price being paid for a used truck in the United States of America increased, and prices could increase even more in the days and months ahead in the century of the environment. This data was reported by ACT Research Co, which is a firm in the business of providing commercial vehicle industry information, market analysis and forecasting.
How much were customers paying for a used truck they could use for vehicle transport? ACT Research indicates that the price of a used truck broke the $40,000 mark for the first time since February, 2009, and this is a lot for a used truck, but the demand for used trucks is still strong, despite having gone down a little recently. Dealers have been voicing concerns over the lack of good used trucks and this could certainly be pushing up the price of a used truck, according to many transport professionals in the United States of America.
Professionals that ship cars in the United States using used transports will be looking at this news and probably thinking they are glad they have all of the used transports they need to meet their customers needs. Firms that are looking at investing money in used trucks will be looking at this news and thinking that it might be a good idea to wait, for awhile, if they can. Hopefully, in a few months time, the price for a used truck in America will come down a little, and this will help some firms find some of the used trucks they need.