Melton Flatbed Equipment
Great drivers deserve great equipment! Melton Truck Lines operates a large and growing fleet of impeccably maintained, late-model flatbed trucking equipment. We have one of the most modern and impressive fleets on the road today with the average age of our tractors being 1.7 years.
We assign trucks to individual drivers which means the truck stays with you even on home time. No slip seating! Melton also supports our drivers with 24/7 roadside assistance as well as excellent operational support. Our CSA-friendly and late-model equipment will keep you rolling. Experience the most comfortable miles you’ll ever drive with Melton!
All trucks have a 72″ walk in sleeper with 42 x 80 oversized double bunks. 100% automatics.
- 72 to 76 inch Mid Roof
- Double Bunk Walk-In Sleepers
- Refrigerators & Upgraded Interiors
- 1500 to 1800 Power Watt Inverters
- Automatic Transmission
- ISX Cummins, MX PACCAR, & Detroit Diesel DD15 Engines
- Omnitracs IVG Unit with Electronic Logs
- AM/FM/CD/USB/Weather Band Radio with Bluetooth
What Our Drivers Have to Say About Our Equipment
I also love the collision mitigation system because it gives me a “heads up” on what’s going on with the vehicle in front of me (regarding their speed) well before I get to them so I can make lane changing decisions sooner. And I am super stoked that we have the electric auxiliary power units (EPUs) on our trucks. It is so nice to park for the evening and not have to idle the engine. It’s really nice to have a whole separate system that powers a very comfortable HVAC system that keeps me cool on the hottest days and warm on the coldest!
I also appreciate the fact that Melton really focuses on truck appearance. Melton appreciates uniformity and they want us to keep our trucks clean and they don’t hold back when it comes to maintenance issues, they just get issues taken care of ASAP.
When I was looking for a company, I had 3 in mind and what honestly drew me to them was the appearance of their equipment. I can honestly say, I never saw a Melton Truck that didn’t look spectacular with upgraded equipment.