TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WTXL) — A new Tallahassee commercial enterprise has officially opened its doorways and it’s basing its version on American traditions.
American Truck Depot is promoting all sorts of vans and trucks to different groups looking for a manner to move their items.
And the entirety on the lot is American made.
American Truck Depot buys and sells industrial and patron vehicles from neighborhood carriers.
They then sell them to different neighborhood agencies with the task to empower working Americans by means of presenting trucks built for hard paintings.
They’re also the use of different neighborhood enterprise for matters which includes repair paintings, paint jobs, and framework.
Co-proprietor Derek Hart says that as an enterprise guy, he noticed the need for this one among a type of service.
“The one factor that I observed as a small commercial enterprise owner whilst it was time to shop for vehicles for my enterprise is we needed to cross as some distance as Orlando, Miami, Orlando, Birmingham to collect vehicles that we needed. I knew that Tallahassee was missing that aid. We try to be various. We have everything from flower delivery trucks to semi trucks that pull logs and everything in among,” stated Derek Hart, American Truck Depot Co-Owner.
To celebrate Saturday’s grand opening, the group even raffled off a Toyota Prius free of charge.
They stated it’s their manner of showing that this virtually is not the vicinity to find a Prius.
Another component that units the brand new enterprise apart is that some of the cash from each sale made will go to charity.
Maybe he was just making the “de Blasio forestall”!
Friend of Streetsblog Jake Schmidt sent us a time-lapse video of the supposedly protected Second Avenue motorbike lane being absolutely ruined via illegally parked vans — two days after the NYPD started out what it claimed would be a ticketing crackdown on drivers who endanger cyclists. Schmidt said the video was filmed for 20 mins on July three and suggests the block among fiftieth and 51st streets.
Watch the snippet underneath and count alongside as we tabulate how many cyclists are forced into the roadway, first through the rogue white van and then through a succession of different vehicles who comply with its dastardly lead (you’ll need to use the sound, too, as Schmidt picked the suitable accompanying song):
In all, we counted 32 cyclists or scooter riders pressured into visitors, several in extraordinarily dangerous fashion as trucks pulled in front of or in the back of the rogue white van, which remained in the vicinity at some stage in, unticketed.
“Here we’re, a week into Bill de Blasio’s 3-week ‘predominant enforcement movement’ towards NYC motorbike lane violations. Let’s forestall via Second Avenue and spot the way it’s going!” Schmidt tweeted with the video.