Major Benefits for Dealers Who Rent Out Equipment

The equipment rental segment is booming. This is great news for equipment dealers who stand to exponentially grow profitability through rentals…

Equipment Trader’s Top 5 Articles of 2017

Wow. It seems like just yesterday that we were wrapping up 2016, and now here we are marking the end of 2017!! It’s been a big year for the blog…

4 Factors to Consider Before Buying Used Truck Scales

Industries from construction and agriculture to logistics and transportation use various truck scales for diverse weighing needs. However, paying a small fortune for…

7 Quick Tips for Selling Used Equipment

On our website, there are millions of visitors browsing over 100,000 pieces of equipment from over 900 dealers – so it’s safe to say say we know a little bit about selling equipment!! Recently on the blog, we’ve been…

How to Evaluate Used Equipment Before Buying: Researching the Dealer

Learning about the dealer – and, if the dealer is selling on behalf of someone else, the original owner – is important supplemental information for establishing…

How to Evaluate Used Equipment Before Buying: Learning the History

Not only should you know the current state of a piece of pre-owned equipment, but you should also learn how the machine has been used and treated in the past…

How to Evaluate Used Equipment Before Buying: Inspecting the Machine

You’ll want to examine any piece of used equipment at every level, including mechanical and hydraulic, structural and in-cab, fluids and exhaust, and…

8 Quick Tips for Buying Used Equipment

At Equipment Trader, we always want to help our customers find the very best equipment for their lives and work! Our website carries a huge inventory of new and used equipment. While new is the right choice for some, there are many benefits to used. To help out…

4 Big-As-F Reasons to Buy Used Equipment

At Equipment Trader, we always want to help our buyers find the very best equipment for their lives and work! Our site carries both new and used machinery. Shiny new equipment is tempting, but older machines could be the better purchase. Why’s that? Glad you asked…