AP Equipment Financing Partners with Rush Truck Centers for Van Lease Program

AP Equipment Financing announced a new full-service step van lease program in partnership with Rush Truck Centers with all preventative maintenance performed right at the package and delivery contractor’s terminal. With this full maintenance lease, independent delivery contractors can choose from several sizes of F59 chassis step vans including P700, P1000 and P1200. The lease term is for three years and 36,000 miles, ensuring that contractors always have the latest equipment.

A key feature of this lease program is mobile maintenance. All preventative maintenance is performed by an OEM certified technician, right at the terminal. This includes tire rotation, wiper blades, brakes, fluids, filters and DOT inspection, as well as all recommended maintenance according to the F59 owner’s manual.

“We’re excited to introduce this innovative program that is designed to keep our customers’ vehicles running in top condition while minimizing downtime and maximizing efficiency,” said Ryan Makris, VP Business Development at AP. “This program is the first of its kind at this scale, and we believe it will be a game-changer in the industry. We encourage our P&D customers to sign up today to see if their terminal qualifies for the pilot program.”

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