Hauling Unique Items Using MB Sprinter Refrigerated Vans

When you think of MB Sprinter Refrigerated Vans, you may consider them only valuable for a small number of reasons. But it’s important to understand that this type of van are used for more than just food and flowers; in fact, their usefulness goes beyond these core functions.

Transporting Medicine

As we move into cold and flu season, you might be interested in the fact that the vaccines used must be kept cold. As vaccines make their journey to their destination, they need to be transported in refrigerated vans. These vehicles will not only ensure that the vaccines and other medicines make it to their final destination intact, but that they will also remain safe. Temperatures that are too warm could severely damage them and tamper with their effectiveness.

Transporting Animals and Insects

Have you ever wondered how a honey bee hive can be moved from place to place? Their safety is ensured through using refrigerated vans. That’s because bees can generate a lot of heat, and without proper ventilation and cool temperatures, the bees can die. Especially as bees are dying out, it’s even more important that they can be transported to their various location safely and with the knowledge that they are going to survive the trip.

Other animals, like penguins, can also be transported safely through the use of a refrigerated van. Because they need cooler temperatures to survive, they can be taken to their new location without fear of causing harm or sickness. So if your business requires moving cold weather animals, a refrigerated van is a great idea.

Transporting Artwork

Museums can especially benefit from owning a refrigerated van. For many pieces of artwork and rare paintings, it’s important to not let them get too hot, while simultaneously controlling the level of moisture and humidity in the space.

An environment that is too hot or human can significantly damage the artwork or other antiquities. By offering a vehicle with personalized and customizable temperature and interior space moving artwork becomes a much less stressful endeavor.

Transporting Luxury Goods

Of course, if you’ve not already considered it, items like lipsticks and perfumes need to travel in controlled temperatures. Anyone can attest to the value of cool, dry air for these items: if you’ve ever left a lipstick in the car on a hot day, you could attest to the melted mess that you’ve come back to.

The same holds true with perfumes: if you let them get too warm, it can cause the fragrance to turn and not smell like it was intended. Because of these items’ sensitivity to temperature, you need a reliable fleet of vans that can be safely used in their transportation.

Why An MB Sprinter Van?

Whether you are transporting pharmaceuticals, makeup, perfume, or animals, it’s important to use a reliable and consistent vehicle. If you buy a Mercedes-Benz Sprinter, you’ll be getting just that.

Upon purchase, you will be able to customize the interior and get the perfect system to match your needs. When it comes to transporting items that require cool, dry, or humid temperatures, no two customers are alike. By working with us, you’ll be able to find the ideal system for your needs to ensure that your items make it safely from point A to point B.

In addition, when you buy a Sprinter refrigerated van, you’ll have peace of mind knowing that you are getting a high quality vehicle. You can also be confident in knowing that you are getting exactly what you want within your budget. A hands-on approach lets you pick the system that works well for you and your budget, so the vehicle you want is the vehicle you get. To learn more about our process and how to get started, please contact us.

How to Ensure that Your MB Sprinter Limo Can Benefit Your Business

In this space, we have detailed the benefits of a Mercedes Benz Sprinter Limo in great detail. Whether you are looking to add to your transportation business or want a better way to transport your corporate executives, a Sprinter can deliver.

However, an MB Sprinter Limo can only benefit your business if you are strategic about it. It’s a major purchase, so simply buying a new vehicle will not effectively help you. Here are 4 steps you can take to ensure that the benefits for your business will be tangible.

1) Know Your Goal

More than anything else, you need to be absolutely certain in the ways you will use your limo once you purchase it. Few things are worse than spending a significant chunk of your budget on a new vehicle in your fleet, only to have it sitting on your lot without getting much use out of it.

You likely have some idea of why a Sprinter Limo, or a limousine in general, could be beneficial. The more specific you can make that idea, the more likely you will be to purchase a vehicle that can actually help you reach your business goals.

2) Know the Vehicle

Your second step should be to make sure you know just what it means to buy not any limousine, but a Sprinter Limo specifically. What type of engine will you get? How about the available seating and head space? Especially if you are transporting external passengers, safety features will be another crucial consideration.

The Sprinter Limo is built on the same general specifications as other Mercedes Benz Sprinters, which means you will get the same German engineering and top-of-the-line safety features you can expect from the cargo and crew variations. Inform yourself about exactly what you get for the price, and go from there.

3) Know Your Options

Any time you buy a Sprinter Limo, you have at least some customization option. You might be looking to change the total number of seats in the passenger area, add on additional features such as a stronger or even a 4×4 engine, or adding luxury features such as a flat screen TV and in-vehicle bar.

All of those are theoretically possible – you just have to know what you want. In a step closely connected to the first point above, determine exactly what you would like your Limo to accomplish, and then work with vendors who can help you get there. The more specific you are from the start, the more likely you will be to find a vehicle that can achieve your goals.

4) Know Your Seller

Finally, make an effort to get to know the person or business looking to sell you a Sprinter Limo. A private sale, for example, can come with liabilities that you might not want to think about. Some sellers are able to customize your Limo, while others only sell ready-made models.

Some offer financing, others allow for more extensive test drives. Ultimately, you want and need to make a connection with your seller to ensure that when you officially buy the vehicle, you feel comfortable with everything that comes with it. Once you get it, there will be no going back.

Are you considering the Mercedes Sprinter Limo for your business? If so, great choice – but you do need to make sure that it’s the right fit for your business and goals. And of course, taking a test drive, particularly if you are in the transportation industry, is just as important. To learn more about the vehicle and how we can help you find the perfect Limo for your business needs, contact us.

4 Reasons Fall is the Best Season to Buy a Mercedes Sprinter 4×4

In this space, we have written extensively about both the benefits of a Mercedes Sprinter 4×4 and how very specific types of businesses can use the vehicle to optimize their efficiency and success. But just when should you think about buying a vehicle? In time for the leaves to turn in the New England area, we have an answer to that question. Here are 4 reasons fall is the best season to start shopping for and purchasing the 4×4 version of Germany’s best full-sized van.

1) The Weather Worsens

Let’s begin with the obvious. We don’t have to tell residents of Boston and the surround areas about just what happens when the leaves start to turn. We all remember multiple instances of blizzards snowing us in, making driving conditions difficult to impossible.

But, for a variety of reasons, you still need to get around. Whether your business relies on driving, or you simply need to take your children and others to school, you need a vehicle that can weather even the toughest storms. Construction sites and deliveries don’t wait just because some snow is on the ground. Prepare yourself for the season by buying a Sprinter before it gets too cold and icy.

2) Gas Prices Are Going Down

One common worry we hear from customers looking at Sprinters is that they hesitate about the 4×4 model because it takes more gasoline than its regular model. While that is true, it still gets to 20 miles per gallon, a respectable amount considering the size of the vehicle and the power of the engine.

Still, gas prices are undoubtedly a worry for both business and personal customers. So why not start off your ownership of a Sprinter 4×4 easily by purchasing it during the season that gas prices typically decline? That way, you can ease yourself into the operating cost of owning a full-size 4×4 van before the prices begin to rise again in Summer.

3) The New Models Are Out

Buying a Mercedes-Benz Sprinter in Fall also makes sense because it means that you can take advantage of the newest model. The 2017 Sprinter model was released earlier this year, and the vehicles have begun to hit our lot.

For you as the buyer, that means you have two options: you can either get a brand-new 2017 model, and take advantage of all of the functionality that comes with it, or you can save some of your budget and go with the 2016 alternative. One option will ensure you have the best of the best, while the other can save you money.

4) It’s Time for One Last Trip

Dealerships often underrate the potential power of the Sprinter 4×4 as a camping vehicle. But not us. If you build it out right, this van can turn into the camper you’ve always dreamed about when looking to explore natural terrain.

Especially in New England, and along the East Coast, fall is a beautiful time for a vacation. Buy a Sprinter now to take it on a weekend or week-long trip up the coast or toward the Canadian border, without having to worry about rough terrain that could impede your progress.

Have you been thinking about the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 4×4 model, but without being able to bring yourself to the purchasing decision? If so, you don’t have to worry – you still have plenty of time to get your vehicle before the bad weather hits.

Fall is a perfect time to buy a Sprinter, and we would love to talk to you about your options! Contact us today to learn more about how this vehicle can accommodate both your business and personal needs.

When Small Works Better: Knowing the Benefits of a Mercedes Metris Cargo Van

In the past few months, we’ve highlighted many of the benefits of a Sprinter Cargo Van in this space. The quality engine, alongside plenty of safety features and a spacious interior, makes it a perfect fit for any business looking to transport equipment, materials, or any other type of cargo. Refrigeration options increase the convenience.

But depending on your business and location, a Sprinter is actually not the perfect choice for your business. In fact, you may be better served with a smaller vehicle that still gives you many of the same benefits that a Sprinter van can offer. Enter the Mercedes Metris Cargo Van.

The Sprinter’s Smaller Brother

Think of all the reasons you love the Sprinter. Its safety features are second to none, the engine purrs, and the quality of manufacturing is so high that the resale value outpaces any other vehicle in its class. In summary, it’s a great investment for your business.

Now imagine these benefits, but in a smaller vehicle. The Metris still comes with excellent safety ratings and features, and the engine is similar (and in parts identical) to the Sprinter. But it all comes in a smaller package, which might leave you wondering: why would I want a smaller vehicle? As it turns out, your situation may dictate or suggest that you do.

Situations Made for the Metris

Any business that operates in a large city like Boston knows: navigating tight streets can be difficult with a large vehicle. That’s especially true if your business takes you into downtown neighborhoods that were clearly not made for large cargo vans like the Sprinter.

But what if your business needs to enter just these streets? Whether you operate a catering service or any other type of delivery, you often don’t have a choice. Even if you run a construction business that aims to help apartment owners optimize their space, these types of driving environment will be the norm.

That’s where the Metris comes into play. As mentioned above, it has all the benefits of a Sprinter but with greater convenience. Mercedes has shortened the length by more than 30 inches, which reduces the cargo volume by a bit over 100 cubit feet. If you need to transport large pieces of equipment or material, that’s a problem. But if navigability matters more, your choice is a no-brainer.

Considering the Added Benefits

In addition, the Metris also adds another set of benefits you should not ignore. The engine, for example, does not run on Diesel like the Sprinter, but includes a turbocharged feature that will be easy on your wallet. So will the price: cargo models start at $30,000, a full $7,000 less than the Sprinter alternative.

Considering these additional benefits, your choice is surprisingly easy. If you need the space, or the 4×4 capability to drive through even the toughest terrain, go with the Sprinter. But if maneuverability and flexibility is key to your business success, the Metris is a great alternative – and, in many cases, should be your preferred choice.

Of course, you don’t know which vehicle actually feels right for your business until you check them out in person. Both come with the benefit of being Mercedes vans, which means you know that as soon as you get behind the wheel, you will feel the power and durability that make these vehicles a must-add to your fleet. But when it comes to deciding between the two, we encourage you to give both a test drive.

When the time for the decision comes, we’re here to help you make the right one for your business. We don’t have a stake in selling you one over the other, which means that we will help you buy the right vehicle for your business needs. To learn more about the Metris, and its potential benefits for your business, contact us.

Benefits of Wrapping Your Mercedes Sprinter Crew Vans With Your Business Information

Owning a business can be time-consuming and expensive, especially if you want to advertise your company. Many ad agencies charge high fees and expect a monthly retainer. However, you still may not receive a return on your investment if they choose an outdated platform like a billboard. Vehicle advertising is an extremely cost-effective way to advertise your business to your local community. They are also a powerful branding and marketing tool. Here are some reasons why you should consider wrapping your Mercedes-Benz Sprinter Crew Vans to advertise your business.

Vehicle Wraps Attract Attention

A good vehicle wrap that includes your business logo and information can attract lots of attention since it will stand out from the other cars on the streets or highway. People who commute to and from work are most likely to see your advertisement. Wraps are an easy way for potential customers to spot your message while they are driving or walking around. A colorful print and design will naturally draw people’s attention. And since your wraps aren’t like a television commercial or radio advertisement that disrupts your audience’s schedule, they are more likely to pay attention to your wrap and respond in a favorable fashion.

Vehicle Wraps Expose Your Business to A Large Audience

Do you plan to travel to distant areas with your Mercedes-Benz Sprinter crew van? If so, a vehicle wrap can be the perfect way to expose your business while you travel to different locations. Depending on where you go, you can reach tens of thousands or up to hundreds of thousands of people. Since it is a mobile advertisement, you won’t have to wait until a customer sees one of your online advertisements,Yellowbook ad, or neighborhood flyer to know how your business can benefit them.

Vehicle Wraps Are Cost-Effective

Another benefit of using a vehicle wrap is that they are cost-effective. You only pay a fraction of the cost you would pay for a freeway billboard or television commercial. Commercials and billboards are temporary. And once you buy the wrap and it’s installed, that’s it! You don’t have to pay any monthly or ongoing costs to advertise the business like you would with traditional ad spaces. A car wrap can potentially be one of the best investments you’ve made in the business since it is cheaper than other advertising strategies and can generate sales for years.

Vehicle Wraps Attract Customers Who Prefer to Buy Locally

Not every customer wants to buy from a big national chain store. For the people who prefer working with a local business, a vehicle wrapcan attract their attention. This works especially well if your business targets homeowners or other people who may need to hire someone locally to do work for them.

Vehicle Wraps Can Protect The Body of the Vehicle

Vehicle wraps can also help protect your Mercedes-Benz Sprinter crew van’s body from dents, scratches, and other marks that may happen while it is on the road. If you want to change your wrap you can also have it specially removed so that the paint job remains intact. If you want to trade in your van later or sell it to another business owner, you can be confident that the vinyl vehicle wraps will preserve it so it can stay in great condition.

Vehicle Wraps Create A Great First Impression with the Public

An attract vehicle wrap can make your business seem more professional and established to other people. When most people see vehicle wraps they are more likely to believe it is a trusted brand that is used by their neighbors. This can lead to an increased revenue due to more customers and referrals.

Overall, a vehicle wrap is a great way to stand out from the competition and increase sales. Contact us today for more information on our Mercedes-Benz Sprinter vehicles.

Mercedes Sprinter Crew Vans: The Perfect Compromise


For many businesses, the choice of which vehicle to feature in your fleet is relatively straightforward. If you transport equipment or materials, you need a cargo van. If you transport people, you need a passenger van. But what if you need both?

Too often, that question remains unanswered. More than once, we have talked to clients who have told us that they actually use both. But why purchase two vehicles when a single one can accommodate you so much better? EnterĀ Mercedes Sprinter Crew Van.

The Convenience of Compromise

Imagine a scenario in which your business can transport everything it needs, people and cargo, in one vehicle. Wouldn’t that be convenient? Whether you work in construction or at a catering business, it quickly becomes an essential feature. That’s exactly why you should consider a crew van.

Too often, compromises are considered a negative. Why go with a watered-down version of what you prefer? But in this case, compromising actually benefits your business. Convenience and efficiency matters more than anything else in buying a vehicle to benefit your operations and daily work. Like most, you probably operate on a limited budget, so why limit yourself to one or the other functionality when you can have both?

Example Scenarios that Call for a Crew Van

The daily life of a construction business can be a grind. You start early in the morning, shipping both your crew and the equipment, tools, and materials you need to the site. In the evening, everything has to come back to the shop. What if you had a vehicle that can help you accomplish both, in one fell swoop?

Alternatively, imagine catering a corporate event. You need to transport both the food and the service personnel to a given location, and both timeliness and efficiency are key. If both can fit in one vehicle, you ensure that you can efficiently and successfully set up to satisfy your clients.

Examining Features of the Crew Van

At this point, you may be wondering: just how does the Mercedes Sprinter Crew Van accommodate the above scenario? Are we just making empty promises that the vehicle actually can’t fulfill?

Of course, that’s absolutely not the case. A standard Crew Van in our lot will come with 220 cubic foot cargo volume, which you can increase by removing the bench that sits and is secured in the cargo area. Back and side windows ensure that your crew experiences a comfortable ride on their way to your destination.

In addition, we also offer Crew Vans in larger options, such as a 170″ wheel base and a higher roof, both of which extend the cargo volume to more than 360 cubit feet. As an added bonus, the entire cargo area will be finished instead of raw to conveniently store any kind of tools and equipment, and transport your passengers.

Finally, owners of this vehicle will also take advantage of the features associated with any Mercedes Sprinter van. That includes safety features above and beyond the competition, along with resale value that make it a great deal for your business not just now, but for years to come.

Preparing to Buy Your Crew Van

Given these features, a Crew Van is the perfect choice for any business that requires both cargo and passenger transportation. Especially if you need both at the same time, it’s a perfect match. But of course, you still need to make sure that the price is right, and that you feel comfortable behind the wheel of this powerful vehicle. For more help in that regard, and to schedule a personal conversation in which we can answer all of your questions, contact us.


An Honest Review Of The Mercedes Sprinter 4×4


Are you thinking about purchasing a Mercedes-Benze Sprinter 4×4 but aren’t sure if it is the right fit for you? Here is a review of the vehicle so you can get a good idea if you should purchase it or not. This evaluation looks at how the car handles itself on rough terrain and smooth streets. The Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 4×4 four-wheel-drive allows it to handle off-road trips with ease. Curious to learn more about this full size van and how it performs? Check out our review below.

We took the van along a highway that spans over one hundred miles. The first chance we got was to steer the van off the highway. We journeyed on a road in a remote area used primarily by loggers and other rural people. Once we took the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 4×4 on an off-road course, we couldn’t help but be impressed by its power and ability to grip the earth. When the van eventually made it back on the highway, it continued to drive just as smoothly as any other vehicle.

The van has a 4.3 inch suspension in the front and 3.1 inches in the rear. The German car manufacturer also raised the height of the van and installed a switch to the side of the steering wheel so drivers can choose to turn on the four-wheel drive when it’s needed. The four-wheel drive weighs 265 pounds but is unnoticeable when it is not in use.

When you sit down behind the wheel and try to steer, the steering wheel and tires grip the road very well. Also the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 4×4 Crosswind Assist feature helps keep the van’s wheel alignment in check. Crosswind Assist can also makes sure the vehicle can stabilize and control itself when a gust of strong winds cause the van to swerve. In addition to helping you manage unruly winds, the system can also identify when one of your wheels are spinning out of control and brake individual wheels so the other wheels can get better traction. This means the van will never lose control even when the tires are not touching the ground.

Will you have to drive the van to an area filled with snow and ice or uneven roads? The Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 4×4 can easily handle all of those environments. When we drove the van over bumpy roads that were partially covered in the snow, the van still drove well – even when the snow came up past the hub caps! You can also buy winter tires if you know you will drive it in the snow.

The Mercedes Sprinter 4×4 has a 188 horse power diesel V-6 engine. However, it should be mentioned that you can’t add a four-wheel drive to a van with a base 161 horse power four-cylinder diesel engine. The van has a five-speed automatic. You can also drive the van in a two-wheel-drive mode so you won’t have to experience drive line binding.

There are many options to upgrade or change when you are looking at a Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 4×4. You can choose to buy a model with a single-wheel rear axle. Or you can decide to get one with a higher roof if you or your partner are very tall. There is also the choice to get a short wheelbase or a long one. Think you will go uphill often? You can get a van that is equipped with low range gears that will make each uphill climb much easier.

If you have a large family, need to transport many items, or live in a rural area, the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 4×4 may be the answer for you!

Contact us today for more information. We ship our Mercedes-Benz vehicles nationwide.


Improve Customer Service With a Mercedes Sprinter Passenger Van

In the daily business of selling high-quality brands, our clients come to us with a variety of needs. Generally, these needs focus around the goals a business needs to accomplish: a construction business needs more effective ways to transport their tools, materials, and crew, or a delivery service needs a more effective refrigerated truck.

One thing that surprises us, though, is the fact that many of them don’t seem to consider a crucial aspect of any business-related vehiclepurchase: the element of customer service. Our clients are generally adding to their fleet, intent on riding out current vehicles in the meantime.

If you already own a passenger van, you may not even consider a Mercedes Sprinter Passenger Van. But perhaps you should. The upgrade in quality, safety, and general customer satisfaction may well make your purchase worth the investment.

What a Quality Upgrade Means

Simply speaking from a tangible point of your, many of your passengers may not feel the difference between a Mercedes engine and a competitive alternative. But under the hood, you know the difference is significant. As you prepare to transport your passengers to the airport or a corporate retreat, your drivers will feel more comfortable knowing the engine that propels them forward is reliable and will last for a long time.

Quality, of course, goes far beyond the engine. While Mercedes has been among the reasons the term German Engineering even exists, all materials involved in building a Sprinter Passenger Van will be high-quality enough to make you feel confident about transporting your passengers. Just ask, and we’ll be glad to tell you all about the details.

Considering Safety

Transporting any type of passenger, ultimately, is a liability. You’re responsible for keeping them safe, and your business and vehicle insurance will ensure as much. That’s another reason why upgrading to a Sprinter Passenger Van is a good choice for your business, both personally and financially.

We have written extensively in this space about the safety features that your Sprinter Passenger Van will include. Of course, it comes with a great overall safety rating and plenty of airbags to ensure your passengers will be secure in case of an accident. But even if that is not the case, features like lane assist and crosswind assist help ensure a smooth ride that will not only increase their safety but also their perception of safety.

Taking Customer Satisfaction Into Account

Finally, never underestimate the impact of customer satisfaction. If your passengers are happy with your service, they will not only be more likely to return for more, but also tell their peers about it. Word of mouth marketing may just be the most powerful way of spreading the word, and a positive riding experience will ensure that happens.

Imagine the process from your passengers’ perspective. If the first thing they see is the famous Mercedes logo, which will already hint atthe quality of ride they will receive once the engine starts. Of course, the above-mentioned safety features also lead to a smoother ride, which will significantly impact their recollection later on. Finally, quality materials and an easy process of entering and exiting the vehicle add to their customer satisfaction.

Ultimately, upgrading your current passenger van comes down to whether your business can afford it. But once you begin to consider the long-term benefits of an upgrade like the Mercedes Sprinter Passenger Van, the purchase becomes less of a cost and more of an investment.

Naturally you still don’t want to purchase a vehicle for your business without making sure that it fits your need. For that reason, we encourage you to contact us and come in for a visits. Your customers will thank you for it.

Starting an Independent Contractor Delivery Business Using a Mercedes Sprinter Cargo Van

This is an exciting opportunity available for people who want to work for themselves, yet also want the security of getting regular work from a larger company. As an independent contractor, delivery drivers with their own Sprinter vans are a business unto themselves. Contracting out delivery services with a Mercedes Sprinter Cargo Van is a great opportunity for the right person. So, what should people consider when starting an independent contractor delivery business using a Mercedes Sprinter Cargo Van?

Is the Work Suitable for You?

Being an independent contractor is essentially being an owner/operator of a small business; self-employment taxes, vehicle maintenance, health care, and other business expenses, are taken out of the gross revenue made. This means a person needs to be business-minded, enough to calculate profit and manage business tasks.

Another main aspect of this kind of work, that a person needs to be suited for, is driving long hours and hundreds of miles a day. Do you like to drive in the country and the city? Both are necessary for this type of work, and remember you’ll be in a larger vehicle than a sedan.

Also, how far does a person want to travel from home? This is a choice business owners can make, although, when limiting the range of a delivery service, income opportunities become limited as well. Yet, some people have families and/or don’t want to travel OTR, so local or regional opportunities are their focus. Being a business owner gives owner/operators the flexibility to choose their delivery range depending on their needs.

Is this a suitable business opportunity for you? This is the first question that needs to be answered, because starting this business will take solid commitment and perseverance. The start-up is the hardest part, just like any other job or career. People need to have the right perspective around starting and owning an independent contractor delivery business; this is a career opportunity and there’s a learning curve when starting out.

Starting Out

How much does it cost to start an independent contractor delivery business, using a Mercedes Sprinter Cargo Van? Every entrepreneur must ask this question when considering the viability of any business idea. The main expense is the MB Sprinter van itself, likely financed for 3-5 years (we’ll say 5/years for our estimates).

The MB Sprinter van should be chosen according to:

  • the type and range of delivery service it’s intended for
  • price and monthly financed payment amount
  • mileage and condition

The price range is from $10k – $60k (2016 new: starting at $32,500), depending largely upon the year, mileage, condition, and features. A very nice and dependable used 2013 Mercedes Sprinter Cargo Van with low mileage can be found for around $20k. The amount financed, to get a new or used Sprinter cargo van, will be paid from the gross profits made from being an independent contractor.

Commercial business insurance is another monthly business expense to consider, which could be around $150/month. So, let’s say $20k is financed for 5 years and has $350/month payments plus insurance, equaling: $500/monthly business expenses; taxes, vehicles maintenance, and other business expenses would be taken out from monthly gross revenue as well.

Startup costs would only be the down payment on the Sprinter van, yet right away the $500/monthly business expenses will need to bepaid. This means work should already be lined up by the owner/operator, so money can be made right away with the newly financed Sprinter van. This may mean one continuous contract job with one company for years, or it could mean working for multiple companies at once.

The Right Perspective

This is a career opportunity for entrepreneurs willing to spend around $1,500 – $10k to start (mostly from the down payment on Sprinter van). Think about how much money the university student spends in order to get 4 or 6 year degree, in the end making the same amount as the independent contractor delivery business! Or, how hard does a person have to work to make $15/hr working for someone else, even with skilled labor?

The point is, starting a delivery business as an independent contractor, using a Mercedes Sprinter Cargo Van, is as easy as: financing a Sprinter van, paying the monthly payment, and finding companies to contract work through. This is a low-cost startup career opportunity, which allows a person to work for themselves and make a middle-class wage working full-time (est: $36k – $60k/year net profit after taxes and business expenses).

Sprinter Guy Boston can help entrepreneurs find the right Mercedes Sprinter Cargo Van at the lowest prices around. We ship nationwide, so are able to help people from across the country find the best MB Sprinter and Metris deals. We understand what you’re trying to do andhave the experience, resources, and connections, to help you get started. Contact us today to learn more, or with any questions about the MB Sprinter and Metris vans.

5 Things You Need to Know Before Buying a MB Sprinter Refrigerated Van


For a variety of reason, you may be in need of a refrigerated van. We’ve covered these reasons in this space in the past: if your cargo needs temperature control of any kind, a vehicle of this kind is your best option to get it to your destination safe, unspoiled, and in perfect condition.

Still, buying a refrigerated van can seem complicated, especially if you are just starting out and going through the process for the first time. To help ease the process, here are 5 things you should know and keep in mind before buying a MB Sprinter Refrigerated Van.

1) What Exactly Will You Need Your Van For?

This is the first, and perhaps most important question. Your needs for the van will determine the type of customization and refrigeration you get. Do you need to transport frozen good or simply chilled goods? What about the need to defrost your cargo while in the van, or keeping it inside overnight?

All of these questions will determine exactly what type of van fits your needs. Because we can customize according to your specifications, coming in with answers to these questions in mind will help make your buying experience more smooth.

2) How Important is Quality of Refrigeration For You?

This question is closely related to the first, but deserves to be discussed on its own merit. Do you just need some type of temperature control, or are you looking to hit an exact temperature? The answer to that question will naturally depend on the goods you transport. But depending on the direction in which you’re looking to go, it will determine the exact refrigeration unit that we can build into your van.

3) What Cargo Space Do You Need?

Another question related to the type of cargo you plan on transporting is how much space it will take up. That, in turn, determines the necessary space, which can be impacted by a number of variables.

For example, Sprinter vans cone with different ceiling heights depending on our clients’ needs. The size of the refrigeration unit is another variable that needs to be taken into account here. If you know what size cargo you need, we can help you find and customize the right vehicle to transport it.

4) How Important is Safety in Transporting Your Goods?

We have used this space in the past to discuss the safety features of the Sprinter, which is among the top vehicles in its class in this regard. That obviously matters for the person who will be driving the van, but may also play in your decision depending on the safety your cargo needs.

Are you planning on transporting fragile goods? If so, you will need a van that can avoid drastic maneuvers that could cause the cargo to shift. Valuable, insured items will also benefit from a vehicle that offers enough safety features to keep them secure.

5) How Long Will You Need the Van?

Finally, consider the long-term prospects of a business that relies on refrigerated goods. If you simply need to transport your cargo for a couple of years, vehicle longevity may not matter that much. But if you plan to sustain and grow your business in both the short-term and long-term future, you need a vehicle that is a sound investment both now and going forward.

As you might imagine, a refrigerated Sprinter van accommodates that need. Both the vehicle and the refrigeration system are known to last, allowing you to plan not just for the coming year but for the coming decade. To learn more about our vehicles, and how we can help your business get the refrigerated vehicle it needs, contact us.