Peterbilt provides new truck-purchase incentives for OOIDA members

| Thursday, May 29, 2003

Members of the Owner-Operator Independent Drivers Association are eligible for exclusive incentives valued at up to $2,500 on the purchase of select new Peterbilt vehicles, Peterbilt Motors Co. recently announced.

OOIDA members will receive a $1,000 cash rebate and a choice of a complimentary TruckCare Preventive Maintenance program (worth $1,500 plus) or up to $1,000 of chrome accessories when purchasing a Peterbilt Model 379 in a 127-inch BBC configuration with a 63- or 70-inch sleeper or a Peterbilt Model 387 in a 120-inch BBC configuration.

"OOIDA and its members are effective advocates for improving the industry and championing causes for owner-operators. Peterbilt is pleased to offer these special incentives to OODIA members as recognition of their many accomplishments," Peterbilt Assistant General Manager Dan Sobic said in a release.

"Peterbilt maintains a strong focus on providing products and services that help owner-operators improve their productivity, efficiency and overall bottom line. This incentive program will help OOIDA members experience that through Peterbilt’s two premium, over-the-road vehicles – the Model 379 and Model 387 – and its comprehensive TruckCare Preventive Maintenance programs."

The promotion is available for up to five units per OOIDA member. The promotion includes vehicles in dealers’ inventory and new truck orders. Customers must take delivery on vehicles before Dec. 31, 2003. For full program details, contact a Peterbilt dealership.

OOIDA, based in Grain Valley, MO, represents more than 95,000 active truckers throughout the United States and Canada.

Peterbilt Motors Co., a division of PACCAR Inc., manufactures trucks and offers a broad range of services for the over-the-road, construction, municipal and medium-duty markets. Peterbilt trucks are sold and serviced through 209 U.S. and Canadian dealerships. For more information about Peterbilt, visit the company’s Web site at www.peterbilt.com.

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