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Take This Survey To Find Out If The Truckla Is Right For You

Truckla Buyers Guide Survey, find out if the Truckla is right for you!

  • Are you an environmentally conscious consumer who wants to transition to an electric vehicle? (Yes/No/Maybe So)
  • Do you need a rugged vehicle with a large amount of storage space, capable of taking on the toughest jobs available? (Yes/No/Maybe So)
  • Do you ever find yourself hauling lumber or plowing roads and think “I wish I could take a nap right now”? (Yes/No/Maybe So)
  • Do you need a car equivalent of your mountain casual clothes; capable of transitioning from trendy San Francisco to the untamed and beaten down roads of Aspen? (Yes/No/Maybe So)
  • Do you lay awake at night, wishing your vehicle was absolutely silent, able to creep up on unsuspecting pedestrians and wildlife?

If you answered YES to any of the above questions, then the Truckla is for you! Take a look below to see how this groundbreaking new truck is manufacturing using state of the art technology.

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A 61 year old man climbing Colorado’s 14,163-foot Maroon Peak fell 200 feet to his death last Wednesday. After successfully summiting the peak via the Standard Route, the man was approximately 1,563 feet below the summit when he fell. The two climbers accompanying him attempted CPR, but were unsuccessful while a fourth member of the party, who had turned back before the summit, hiked out to alert search and rescue. SAR began their search at 9 p.m. and encountered the two remaining climbers