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Vans For Sale At Machinery Planet

A van may be a sort of road vehicle used for transporting goods or people. Depending on the sort of van, it are often bigger or smaller than a truck and SUV, and larger than a standard car. There is some varying within the scope of the word across the various English-speaking countries. The smallest vans, micro vans, are used for transporting either goods or people in tiny quantities. Mini MPVs, compact MPVs, and MPVs are all small vans usually used for transporting people in small quantities. Larger vans with passenger seats are used for institutional purposes, like transporting students. Larger vans with only front seats are often used for business purposes, to hold goods and equipment. Specially-equipped vans are employed by television stations as mobile studios. Postal services and courier companies use large step vans to deliver packages.

TYPES OF VANS

In the US, a van can also refer to a box-shaped trailer or semi-trailer used to carry goods. In this case, there's a differentiation between a "dry van", wont to carry most goods, and a refrigerated van, or reefer, used for cold goods. A car wont to carry baggage is additionally called a van.

A vehicle mentioned as a full-size van is typically an outsized, boxy vehicle that features a platform and powertrain almost like their light truck counterparts. These vans could also be sold with the space behind the front seats empty for transporting of products (cargo van), or furnished for passenger use by either the manufacturer (wagon), or another company for more personal comforts (conversion van). Full-size vans often have a brief hood, with the engine placed under the passenger cabin.

A cutaway van chassis may be a variation of the full-size van which was developed to be used by second stage manufacturers. Such a unit features a van front and driver controls during a cab body which extends to some extent aft of the front seats, where the remainder of the van body is cutoff (leading to the terminology "cutaway"). From that time aft, only the chassis frame rails and running gear reach the rear when the unit is shipped as an "incomplete vehicle". A second stage manufacturer, commonly referred to as a bodybuilder, will complete the vehicle for uses like recreational vehicles, small school buses, minibuses, type III ambulances, and delivery trucks.

The term van can also ask a minivan. Minivans are usually distinguished by their smaller size and front wheel drive powertrain, although some are equipped with four wheel drive. Minivans typically offer seven or eight-passenger capaciousness, and better fuel economy than full-sized vans, at the expense of power, cargo space, and towing capacity. Minivans are often equipped with dual side sliding doors.

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Full-size van

A full-size van may be a marketing term utilized in North America for a van larger than a minivan that's characterized by an outsized, boxy appearance, a short hood, and heavy cargo/passenger-hauling capacity.

Step van

Another sort of van specific to North America is that the step van, so-named due to the convenience with which one can step in and out. Widely employed by delivery services, courier companies, and therefore the parcel division of the US mail and Canada Post, they're often seen driven with the door open. Step vans have more boxy shapes, wider bodies, and better rooftops than other vans, and are rarely employed for carrying passengers.

Rollover safety

A van is taller than a typical coach, leading to a better center of gravity. The suspension is additionally higher to accommodate the load of 15 passengers, who can weigh over one ton alone. In the United States, it's common for less than the front seat passengers to use their safety belts.

Safety equipment

Many commercial vans are fitted with cargo barriers behind the front seats (or rear seats, if fitted) to prevent injuries caused by unsecured cargo within the event of sudden deceleration, collision, or a rollover. Cargo barriers in vans are sometimes fitted with doors permitting the driving force to undergo to the cargo compartment of the vehicle.

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