Or if it is not the packet, it is usually the wallet in your back pocket. You can put it away for now. And you can heave a sigh of relief that from this day forward, you will not have to break the bank in regard to managing your commercial fleet or holding on to your pride and joy. For far too long, far too many commercial and domestic consumers have been quick to scrap their holdings in favor of just going ahead and purchasing brand new or used cars and trucks.
And particularly in the commercial sector, this continues to be an expensive enterprise. There are always corresponding costs to resolve. But fair enough, new models on the roads today are capable of providing you with more savings at the gas tank. But then again, it could be argued that if accomplished automotive engine rebuilding is allowed to run its course, many old fleets could be salvaged.
And the owners of these could also start make savings, not just at the gas pump, but across the board. For one thing, the insurance handbook still seems to suggest that premiums charged for older fleets are considerably less than the new fleets being introduced to busy road networks today. And would it not be fair to suggest that repair work could be cheaper too? It is only a question. But it does seem to make sense.
It should be worthwhile preserving the old girls. The quality of the bodywork is just so much better than the new ones. How else has it always been the case that older cars from yesteryear have been able to be on the roads for so many more years than the so-called new kids on the block.