Browse New and Used Day Cab Trucks
From Freightliner day cab trucks to Peterbilt, International, and Kenworth, we proudly list new and used day cabs for sale with as many axles as you need to reliably transport your payload to its next destination – safely and on schedule.
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Daycabs vs. Sleepers
Choosing a day cab depends on the average length of your hauls. A day cab truck is good for completing shorter hauls that take less than one day. Since day cabs lack a special compartment for sleeping, this provides the vehicle some advantages in operating costs and maneuverability levels. Day cab trucks weigh less than trucks with sleepers and also use less fuel, so there is no reason to be driving a larger sleeper truck for day routes if other options are available. Although day cab trucks for sale can cost more than sleeper trucks, it’s possible to save more in the long run, as not idling on the side of the road all night will substantially cut down on fuel costs.
Maneuverability and Visibility of Day Cabs
Since they are smaller, day cab trucks have a shorter wheelbase than tractor trucks with sleepers. This makes them more maneuverable, and they are also able to park in tighter squeezes with greater ease. A day cab truck generally has a tighter turn radius and also has the rearview mirror for increased visibility.
Day Cab Axles
You'll find tandem and single axle day cab trucks available. Some new and used day cabs will have the front axle closer to the bumper, which gives a smoother ride and sometimes increases the weight capacity as well. Similarly, the longer the rear axle, the better the weight distribution (which provides a smoother ride with less stress on the suspension during hauls).