As a UTA affiliate member, RigDig looks to uphold the values that have made the UTA successful, as well as help individual UTA dealers find out more about the trucks they deal with every day.
Charlotte, NC (PRWEB) October 16, 2012
RigDig Truck History Reports has announced that it has become an affiliate member of the Used Truck Association, an impartial organization comprised of used truck professionals and associated businesses committed to strengthening the used truck industry.
“The Used Truck Association is an organization built upon a strong ethical code, great leadership and immeasurable industry knowledge,” said James Vogel, General Manager of RigDig. “As a UTA affiliate member, RigDig looks to uphold the values that have made the UTA successful, as well as help individual UTA dealers find out more about the trucks they deal with every day.”
“As a UTA affiliate member, RigDig is able to offer UTA dealerships a number of exclusive offers, such as subscription discounts and a free trial of the RigDig Truck History Report service,” Vogel said. “We are also excited to attend the 13th annual UTA Convention in New Orleans, November 7th -10th.”
Founded in 1988, the Used Truck Association is currently comprised of over 700 member dealerships and 19 affiliates. The UTA is dedicated to providing a source of direction in the areas of professionalism and ethics, while promoting the highest standards of service and conduct. The UTA provides a platform and resources to foster the sharing of knowledge and support the efforts of those involved in the used truck industry.
Powered by the most comprehensive and trusted information sources available, RigDig Truck History Reports help fleet managers, dealers, contractors and owner-operators make more informed used truck purchasing decisions. As the first vehicle background check designed specifically for the commercial truck market, RigDig combines a variety of data sources that identifies junk and salvage vehicles, total loss insurance claims, title and odometer brands, accidents, inspections, ownership and cargo records and CSA scores. By logging onto http://www.RigDig.com and entering a truck’s vehicle identification number (VIN), truck buyers and sellers can get vital intelligence in an easy-to-use report.
For more information, please contact RigDig at (866) 237-7788 or support (at) rigdig (dot) com