Wednesday, December 7, 2022

Work Truck Wednesday - Having Your Cake and Eating It Too!

It is much more efficient to carry the tools, parts, products, and accessories and stay in the field rather than go back and forth to the shop. Sometimes, the perfect solution is a larger truck body. First, we need a chassis to handle it, and for convenience and efficiency's sake, we want it to be maneuverable too!

This truck may very well solve all of those issues. We begin with the Chevrolet LCF (Low Cab Forward) 4500 chassis with 14,500 lbs. gross vehicle weight rating, a 6.6 gas V8, 6-speed automatic, AC, and many other convenience features.

To this, we add the famous Knapheide KUV plumber-style body. This 132" wheelbase chassis allows the 13' utility body to fit perfectly and gives you a larger body to carry more cargo. The good news is that the turning radius or maneuverability is excellent. Even with this large truck body, this chassis will turn a circle inside the turning circle of a typical full-size pickup with an 8' bed. That's having your cake and eating it too!

This combination is hard to come by, so call 951-364-2499 and talk with one of our fleet specialists today and let us solve your most pressing work truck issues.

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Sunday, December 4, 2022

Friday, December 2, 2022

Fleet Truck Friday - Understanding the Transition from Aftermarket to Factory-Installed Modems

Fleets have been deriving value and improving efficiencies with telematics systems for years. Traditionally, this involved installing a modem in each fleet vehicle. Today, most modems are available directly from the factory. In this Fleet Momentum video series, Jason Hammond, director of mobile field solutions at AT&T, discusses the transition to OEM-sourced modems, the benefits they provide, and what fleets need to be thinking about when managing them and the data they provide. ⏱ Topics & Timestamps 0:00 Intro 1:15 The cost and efficiency benefits for light-duty vehicles to come with automakers’ modems direct from the factory 4:15 What fleets should know in a mixed environment with both legacy aftermarket modems mixed with factory-sourced modems 6:45 How to handle the difference in modems since not all are standardized across OEMs 8:30 How this trend factors into fleeting EVs and what data to gather and analyze 10:55 How to manage multiple systems and multiple dashboards, especially with EVs

Wednesday, November 30, 2022

Work Truck Wednesday: New Supplier For Cargo Van Upfits - Ranger Design

Here's a great offering from a new supplier for cargo van upfits. This is Ranger Design's General Service van interior package which offers a good deal of flexibility and still plenty of space for tools, parts, and other cargo to get your jobs done. Check it out while it lasts!

The Cheverolet Express 2500 cargo van is equipped with a 4.3 V6, automatic, AC, and more to make driving comfortable. This unit has rear windows and some prefer that; however, they are easily blacked out if you would like that for more privacy.

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Sunday, November 27, 2022

Mrs. Hayes – Chevy Commercial | Chevrolet

This heartfelt story proves that love doesn’t lessen with loss. Warmth, hope, and the spirit of community live on through what we give back.

Friday, November 25, 2022

Fleet Truck Friday: Fleet Allocation to Carry Over to MY-2024 for Most OEMs

The 122nd State of the Fleet Industry video produced by Automotive Fleet offers insights into the state of the fleet market as presented by AF Editor Mike Antich. 🎙Today's topics include: - Several major OEMs announced during their presentations that fleet allocations will carry over to the 2024 model-year fleet ordering. - In a fleet allocation environment, most OEMs require pre-approval to place orders based on an allocation determined by a fleet’s past order volumes. - From a historical perspective, the second-year transition to a fleet ordering allocation system is truly a significant milestone that has never before happened in the history of fleet management. - In a fleet allocation environment, it is important to get internal approvals for your fleet budget done quickly so you can get OEM allocation approvals as soon as possible.

Thursday, November 24, 2022

Happy Thanksgiving Day from Paradise Fleet

At Paradise Fleet, we share our thankfulness with all our friends that include our customers, associates, suppliers, and our dealer. Today is Thanksgiving Day in the United States of America setting aside a full day to give thanks to our friends, enjoy the bounty, and know that we are blessed one and all.

Happy Thanksgiving to all. Thank you for all that you do and that we share in.

Wednesday, November 23, 2022

Work Truck Wednesday Has A Contractor Body While It Lasts!

Keeping these very popular truck bodies in stock is quite a challenge. Here the 3500HD 14,000 lb GVWR chassis with the legendary Duramax Diesel and Allison Automatic with plenty of comfort and convenience features as well. It is designed to be fuel efficient and carry and pull the loads as you need. There's even a back-up camera! 

Mounted on this excellent chassis foundation is the Martin 12' Contractor Body with 8' upper tool boxes with open top lids and fold-down doors. Add a tapered forklift loadable rack, headboards, load divider, and short gates around the rear. Finally, there is the receiver hitch, two 60" underbed tool boxes. In addition, this unit has the hardwood floor.

Best to call us right away while we have this. Call 951-364-2499 and talk to one of our fleet specialists,

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Sunday, November 20, 2022

2024 Chevy Blazer EV: Blazer EV Academy - Regen On Demand + One Pedal Driving | Chevrolet

Recapture energy and extend the range of your Blazer EV with Regen on Demand* and One Pedal Driving**, which converts kinetic energy into battery power. Learn how these features can also help bring the vehicle to a complete stop. 

Friday, November 18, 2022

Fleet Truck Friday and Business Choice Offers

BUSINESS CHOICE OFFERS can give you great value on eligible vehicles to help keep your business moving forward. Earn cash allowances on either Chevrolet  Accessories or Upfits with each Business Choice Offer below. You can even add the most current retail offers to get even more on your next vehicle.


Business Choice customers will need to answer “yes” to the following questions:

  1. Are you a business owner?
  2. Is the vehicle used in the day-to-day operation of your business and not solely for personal/non-business-related transportation purposes?

Note: Eligible business documents must be used to verify business ownership. Documents must be active or dated within the last 12 months. Examples of eligible documents are listed below:


  • GM Fleet Account Number (FAN)
  • Sales Tax License
  • State Business License or State/Federal Business Tax ID Certificate
  • Municipalities (In lieu of Bid Assistance, vehicle must be in the name of the municipality)
  • Municipal Business License
  • Prior Year Schedule C (Form 1040) or Schedule F (Form 1040—Farmers)
  • Crop or Livestock Insurance
  • Federal Land Use Restriction and/or Federal Land Grant Subsidiary Documentation
  • Commercial General Liability Insurance Policy/Public Liability Insurance Policy and/or Workmen’s Compensation Insurance Policy
  • State or Federal Authorized Business Website
  • Prior year business tax form
  • Timber Registration Number
  • Tax Form 1120-S
  • Tax Form 1065 Farmer’s General Liability Insurance
  • Articles of Incorporation
  • Pocket List of Railroad Officials Guide (Only eligible when Railroad Operators Incentive is not used)
  • Agricultural ID
The following Core Commercial Vehicles do not require proof of business ownership: Cargo Vans, Cutaways, Low Cab Forwards, Chassis Cabs and trucks w/ZW9.

For more information about Business Choice offers, call our fleet specialists at 951-364-2499. You can also visit our website at

Wednesday, November 16, 2022

Work Truck Wednesday - Cargo Vans Back In Stock!

The cargo van remains the single most popular commercial vehicle on the planet and for good reason. There is a lot of space for tools, parts, machines, hardware, and more. The interior can be modified as this one is to have shelves, bulkhead, and more to keep things organized for easy access. It has a great short turning radius and is easy to drive, low to the ground making it easy to access everything you need to do the job at hand. Many prefer no rear or side windows for security as this units demonstrates.

This Chevrolet 2500 Express has a 4.3 V6, 8-speed automatic, AC, and other comfort and convienience features and is upfitted by Harbor Truck & Van.

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Monday, November 14, 2022

Sunday, November 13, 2022

GM Secures All Energy Needed to Achieve Renewable Energy Goal 25 Years Ahead of Initial Target

  • Based on current projections, GM has reached its goal of securing enough renewable energy to power all of its U.S. sites by 2025
  • As one of the earliest adopters of renewable energy among corporate purchasers, GM has already realized positive cash flows from its portfolio, and expects to continue to do so
  • GM’s long-term investments in local renewable energy projects support grid resiliency, as well as job growth and retention

DETROIT — General Motors today announced the finalization of energy sourcing agreements required to secure 100% of the energy needed to power all its U.S. facilities by 2025. This is in line with the accelerated target announced in September 2021, which is 5 years ahead of the 2030 target announced in early 2021 and 25 years ahead of the initial target of 2050, set in 2016.

By achieving this accelerated goal, GM expects to avoid the production of an estimated 1 million metric tons of carbon emissions that would have been produced between 2025 and 2030, equal to the emissions produced by burning 1 billion pounds of coal.

“We believe it is critical — to ourselves, to our customers and to the future of the planet — to step up our efforts and reach ambitious targets that move us closer to a more sustainable world,” says Kristen Siemen, GM chief sustainability officer. “Securing the renewable energy we need to achieve our goal demonstrates tangible progress in reducing our emissions in all aspects of our business, ultimately moving us closer to our vision of a future with zero emissions.”

Sourcing renewable energy is a critical component of GM’s plans to decarbonize. The company’s renewable energy strategy is rooted in four pillars:

  1. Increasing Energy Efficiency: GM's energy goals begin with reducing energy consumption by improving energy efficiency. For 11 years, GM has been awarded the EPA Energy Star Sustained Excellence Award for its energy efficiency efforts.
  2. Sourcing Renewables: While it works to minimize the amount of energy required to run its facilities, GM also sources renewable energy through direct investment, on-site generation, green tariffs and power purchase agreements. This is the main way through which GM is achieving its renewable energy goal.
  3. Addressing Intermittency: GM is creating technology to store renewable energy over the medium and long term, so its power consumption is not disrupted by external fluctuations.
  4. Policy Advocacy: Policy efforts are essential to expand transmission, create microgrids that help deploy renewable energy and enable markets to price these solutions to enable a carbon-free resilient power system. GM supports policies that enable a carbon-free, resilient power system.

GM's renewable energy portfolio now includes sourcing agreements from 16 renewable energy plants across 10 states, continuing to lead all automotive OEMs as the largest offtaker of renewable power in the industry. Since 2017, the portfolio has also produced over $75 million of positive cash flows.

In 2019, GM became a founding member of what is now known as the Clean Energy Buyers Association — the largest group of corporate renewable energy buyers in the U.S. CEBA brings companies together to unlock market access, helping organizations of all sizes find cost-effective pathways to buying renewable energy.

“General Motors has been a trailblazer in corporate clean energy procurement for manufacturing facilities for over a decade,” said Miranda Ballentine, CEO of the Clean Energy Buyers Association. “Today’s announcement of securing the energy needed to achieve their 2025 goal is another example of their leadership. But even more impressive has been GM’s commitment to sharing their learnings and guiding other corporations who want to follow their lead. In a world of high competition, this community-orientation is truly wonderful.”

In 2021, GM announced its Science Based Targets for emissions reduction, as well as plans to become carbon neutral in its global products and operations by 2040. In addition, the company plans to eliminate tailpipe emissions from new U.S. light-duty vehicles by 2035. GM has committed to invest $35 billion in electric and autonomous vehicles through 2025, with plans to reach more than 1 million units of annual EV capacity in each of North America and China by the end of 2025.

General Motors (NYSE:GM) is a global company focused on advancing an all-electric future that is inclusive and accessible to all. At the heart of this strategy is the Ultium battery platform, which will power everything from mass-market to high-performance vehicles. General Motors, its subsidiaries and its joint venture entities sell vehicles under the Chevrolet, Buick, GMC, CadillacBaojun and Wuling brands. More information on the company and its subsidiaries, including OnStar, a global leader in vehicle safety and security services, can be found at

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Friday, November 11, 2022

Fleet Demand Expected to Exceed Vehicle Availability in CY-2023

The 120th State of the Fleet Industry video produced by Automotive Fleet offers insights into the state of the fleet market as presented by AF Editor Mike Antich. 🎙Today's topics include: - Fleet managers anticipate vehicle availability will incrementally increase in calendar-year 2023, but this will be partially offset by the fact that total end-user demand will continue to exceed vehicle availability. - OEM fleet ordering allocation systems are limiting fleet buyers to fewer vehicles than they requested, causing unordered vehicles to be carried over to the next model year. - Ultimately these units that have been carried over into the next model-year will need to be replaced. But eliminating this pent-up demand will take a while. - Eventually, the industry is going to find equilibrium between vehicle production and end-user demand, but unfortunately that doesn’t look like it will happen in calendar-year 2023.

Thursday, November 10, 2022

Veterans Day - Honoring All Who Served


Veterans Day (originally known as Armistice Day) is a federal holiday in the United States observed annually on November 11, for honoring military veterans of the United States Armed Forces (who were discharged under conditions other than dishonorable). It coincides with other holidays including Armistice Day and Remembrance Day which are celebrated in other countries that mark the anniversary of the end of World War I. Major hostilities of World War I were formally ended at the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month of 1918 when the Armistice with Germany went into effect. At the urging of major US veteran organizations, Armistice Day was renamed Veterans Day in 1954.

Wednesday, November 9, 2022

Work Truck Wednesday Carries Biggest Loads!

This Chevrolet Silverado Medium-Duty 6500 equipped with the Martin 22' Stakebed and Liftgate makes easy work of your biggest loads! The Silverado 5500 is powered by the Duramax diesel and Allison automatic, along with plenty of other features to make driving this rig a delight. With a 23,500 lb. gross vehicle weight rating it can also carry the weight. The Martin 22' Stakebed with hardwood floor and removable wood gates keeps your cargo in place and the Dhollandia tuckaway style liftgate saves the back and makes loading and unloading heavy items so much easier.

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Tuesday, November 8, 2022

Friday, November 4, 2022

Fleet Friday: Auto Industry to Spend $1.2 Trillion by 2030 on the Transition to Electrification

🎙Today's topics include: - Altogether automakers — globally — plan to double their EV spending to $1.2 trillion to build 54 million battery-electric vehicles by 2030. - Today’s current transition to EVs dwarfs the cost of the Apollo space program. In fact, today’s transition to electrification will invest $1 trillion more than what it cost to put 12 people on the moon. - Globally, automakers are forecasting that half of their total worldwide vehicle production will be EVs by 2030. And it will take $1.2 trillion to achieve this goal. - A new tax credit under the Inflation Reduction Act is anticipated that will be that provides a $7,500 tax credit for commercial EVs with no restrictions on battery sourcing or manufacturing.

Wednesday, November 2, 2022

Work Truck Wednesday - Check Out Our Used Work Trucks!

Used work trucks in stock? Absolutely! Here's one example of a 2020 Chevrolet 1500 W/T (stands for Work Truck!) with the 5.3 V8, Automatic, AC, and much more. The 8' truck bed has a bedliner to make getting things in and out very easy and help protect the truck body as well. This unit also has very low mileage!

These trucks don't last so call us right away at 951-364-2499 and let our fleet specialists help guide you to the perfect work truck for your needs.

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Monday, October 31, 2022


  • In collaboration with American Expedition Vehicles, Chevrolet releases first-ever Silverado ZR2 Bison special edition designed to bolster the truck’s off-road capability including rocker protection, unique skid plates, custom front bumper and more.
  • Also new for select trims in the 2023 model year, the popular 3.0L Duramax Diesel gets fine-tuned for more power with a GM-estimated max horsepower of 305 and max torque of 495 lb-ft.

DETROIT – Building off the success of the recent Silverado ZR2 launch, Chevrolet introduced the first-ever special edition Silverado ZR2 Bison in collaboration with American Expedition Vehicles (AEV), a premium off-road aftermarket manufacturer. This truck was uniquely tuned to unlock new heights in off-road capability for customers seeking overlanding adventures.

“Our most recent collaboration with AEV resulted in the much-acclaimed Colorado ZR2 Bison. We’re thrilled to team up again to bring customers Chevrolet’s next chapter of off-road dominance, this time on Silverado,” said Scott Bell, Chevrolet vice president. “The 2023 Silverado ZR2 Bison unlocks the pinnacle of the nameplate’s off-road capability.”

AEV has a strong track record for providing accessories that excel in overland expedition environments. The 2019 Colorado ZR2 Bison quickly became the most popular special edition package offered with the Colorado ZR2. Similar to the Colorado ZR2 Bison development, AEV and GM engineers and designers collaborated on the tooling and design to bring forth the Silverado ZR2 Bison with unique overlanding componentry.

“The Chevrolet Silverado ZR2 Bison is the ultimate half-ton truck for backcountry adventures,” said AEV CEO and Founder Dave Harriton. “The Silverado ZR2 Bison checks all the boxes — robust stamped steel bumpers, complete underbody protection, a factory-tuned off-road suspension, and locking differentials front and rear. We are confident off-road enthusiasts are going to love this truck.”

When compared to the 2022 Silverado ZR2, the Bison special edition is expected to feature improved stats for overlanding adventure. The front approach angle increases to an estimated 32.5 degrees (compared to 31.8 degrees). The departure angle improves to an estimated 23.4 degrees (compared to 23.3 degrees). The trucks are expected to share the same ground clearance at 11.2 inches.

This truck reaches new levels of off-road confidence also in part due to the high-quality steel integrated in the AEV bumpers and underbody protection. The AEV-stamped steel front and rear bumpers are constructed of 3-millimeter-thick steel and are powder and e-coated. The press-hardened steel used for the underbody skid plates is three-and-a-half times stronger than an equivalent cold-stamped high-strength steel plate and provides incredible resistance to underbody damage.

Bolstering the truck’s resume for off-road strength, the Silverado ZR2 Bison comes standard with:

  • AEV stamped steel front and rear bumpers with heavy duty recovery points and integrated step pads. The front bumper is compatible with an available winch accessory
  • Five unique hot-stamped boron steel skid plates providing protection for the front, rear differential, transfer case and fuel tank
  • Steel rocker panel protection
  • A three-piece durable steel front bumper with integrated black, vertical front tow hooks
  • Exclusive gloss black 18-inch AEV wheels paired with 33-inch Goodyear Wrangler Territory MT tires

Bison customers will continue to enjoy ZR2’s standard features:

  • Standard 6.2L V-8 engine with 10-speed automatic transmission delivers 420 horsepower and 460 lb-ft of torque to power through tough terrains
  • Multimatic 40-millimeter DSSV spool-valve dampers, which feature:
    • Three separate spool valves to control damping
    • Three connected chambers for fluid flow
  • Uniquely tuned springs that, with the Multimatic dampers, increase maximum front and rear suspension travel, compared to the Silverado Trail Boss
  • Front and rear e-lockers
  • Specific off-road chassis and suspension calibrations, including Terrain Mode, which allows one-pedal1 rock crawling

The Silverado ZR2 Bison exclusive body-color grille bar provides contrast to the black grille design and prominently features the signature ZR2 badge on the front of the truck to the right of the iconic Chevy “flow-tie.” On the rear, the bold black matte finish on the standard Multi-Flex tailgate is unique to the Bison design and allows the centered Chevrolet bowtie to stand out.

Tastefully integrated into the design, Silverado ZR2 Bison customers will enjoy discovering nods to the AEV collaboration throughout the interior and exterior of the truck, including the Bison decal on the side outer box and the AEV badge featured on the front headrests and all-weather floor liners.

The Silverado ZR2 Bison is expected to start production in early 2023 with an MRSP of $78,490 with dealer freight charge included2.

2023 Silverado 3.0L Diesel Duramax Delivers More Power, Capability

Also new for the 2023 model year, the refined second-generation 3.0L inline-six turbo-diesel Duramax is expected to deliver additional power and torque.

This engine is primed to deliver a sizable increase in power and torque for diesel customers. The max power is 305 hp, a 10% increase (277 hp in 22MY), and max torque 495 lb-ft, a 7.6% increase (460 lb-ft in MY22), thanks to several key component upgrades for optimum performance, including:

  • New steel pistons with a revised combustion bowl
  • Retuned turbo compressor
  • New fuel injectors
  • Improved temperature control features

“These improvements to the popular 3.0L Diesel Duramax build on the already advanced design of the first-generation engine,” said John Barta, assistant chief engineer of diesels engines. “We often hear customers express their satisfaction with the outstanding fuel economy and smooth quiet power of the current diesel engine, so we can’t wait for them to experience this advanced engine made possible by the continued design evolution and advances in engine technologies.”

This refined diesel engine will be available on Custom Trail Boss, LT, RST, LT Trail Boss, LTZ and High Country, and will continue to be exclusively paired with a 10-speed automatic transmission for retail customers.

The Duramax engine will continue to be assembled at GM’s Flint Engine Operations in Michigan3. and will be available on select trims of the 2023 Silverado 1500 by the end of this year.

Founded in 1911 in Detroit, Chevrolet is now one of the world's largest car brands, available in nearly 80 countries with nearly 2.7 million cars and trucks sold in 2021. Chevrolet models include electric and fuel-efficient vehicles that feature engaging performance, design that makes the heart beat, passive and active safety features and easy-to-use technology, all at a value. More information on Chevrolet models can be found at

About AEV

American Expedition Vehicles (AEV) has now been on the cutting edge of the 4WD industry for over 25 years, continuously pushing the boundaries of design and innovation. The goal has always been simple: provide the highest quality off-road parts and accessories available anywhere in the world, period

Saturday, October 29, 2022

Chevy MyWay: Truck Talks with Keystone RV

Our experts from Chevy and Keystone RV take you on a ride, with the new 2024 Silverado HD and its advanced but easy-to-use trailering capabilities, alongside the Keystone Cougar 290RLS.

Friday, October 28, 2022

Low Diesel Inventories Trigger Record Prices and Inflationary Pressures

The 118th State of the Fleet Industry video produced by Automotive Fleet offers insights into the state of the fleet market as presented by AF Editor Mike Antich. 🎙Today's topics include: - On average, diesel stockpiles today are 30% lower than what they have traditionally been at this time of year. As of Oct. 21, diesel supply in the U.S. is down to 25 days, which means diesel inventories are at their lowest level for this time of year since 2008. - There is a direct correlation between the low inventory of diesel and the price at retail pumps. This low supply is exerting upward pressure on the price of diesel, especially since there is an ongoing strong demand for the product. - When diesel stockpiles contracted in April and May 2022, it created upward pressure on retail prices. In May 2022, No. 2 diesel hit an all-time record retail price of $5.51 per gallon. - The higher cost of diesel creates inflationary pricing pressures. For instance, when the cost to transport goods increases, those increased costs are passed on to end-users. - What will ultimately bring down the price of diesel and increase the inventory of diesel fuel will be the recession that everyone is predicting. A recession would slowdown in end-user demand and industrial activity, which, in turn, will put downward pressure on fuel consumption.

Wednesday, October 26, 2022

The Most Maneuverable Service Body You Can Find! And So Much Room Too!


One of the great work trucks that many contractors love is the KUV by Knapheide. This is often called a plumbers body because plumbers, in particular, love the features, but a wide variety of contractors find this body just as useful to them. There are many deep compartments on the outside, two shelf access rear doors for pipe, molding, and other longer items, and large rear doors give easy access to the vast interior keeping equipment out of sight and out of the weather. Then there is the master lock system making your day flow more smoothly. All this plus a good-sized billboard for advertising your business.

But wait, there's more! All of this is mounted on the perfect chassis for this type of body: The Low Cab Forward (LCF) 4500. With only a 109" wheelbase, this truck turns tighter than the average pickup truck. The frame, suspension, tires, and wheels are heavy-duty and designed to carry the weight. This unit has the 6.6 gas V8, automatic, AC, and much more. The cab tilts forward to access the engine making it easy to service.

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