The aim was to build a practical and versatile horse truck that can be driven on a car license. Its a purpose built horse body accommodating up to 4 young horses, also with room to carry 2 mares and foals.
The truck features airbag suspension for a comfortable ride and is low to the ground for easy loading
eliminating the need for a loading ramp. The tailgate is hydraulic and is full width. The ramp features ramp gates for safety when loading, especially for foals. The spray on rubber floor and tailgate minimise the risk of slips and falls.
Other features include: Easy move dividers with multiple width options that can be set straight or on an angle for more room. Good ventilation with roof vents and windows. Internal and reversing camera. Internal lights. Large storage box.
Specs & Features:
Iveco Daily 50C17 Single Cab Chassis
F1C 3000cc engine 170hp 430nm
Hi-Matic ZF Auto Trans 8 Speed
Iveconnect/ Bluetooth, Sat Nav, USB Ports
Remote Central Locking
Climate Control A/C
Daytime Running Lights
Heated Suspension Drivers Seat & Bench Passenger seat
Heated & Electric Mirrors
Driver, Passenger and Curtain Airbags
Rear Air Suspension
100 litre fuel tank
Car licence approved or 5,200KG GVM available
Please contact Newcastle Iveco for more info
Federal Government Budget 2020 - 2021
Instant Asset Write-Off
Eligible businesses for the Instant Asset Write-Off (IAWO) will include those with an aggregated annual turnover of less than $5 billion (up from $500 million). The IAWO applies to those carrying on a business and can be applied to the full cost of a new vehicle, with no threshold. An immediate tax deduction will be available on delivery for new vehicles delivered between 6 October 2020 and 30 June 2022.
For businesses with an aggregated annual turnover less than $50 million, IAWO will apply to the full cost of all New or Used vehicles, with no threshold (previously $150,000), providing it is purchased within carrying on a business. An immediate tax deduction will be available on delivery for all new and used vehicles delivered between 6 October 2020 and 30 June 2022.
Businesses with an aggregated annual turnover between $50 million and $500 million can still apply the IAWO measures announced in August 2020 with a threshold of $150,000 (excluding GST), towards second-hand vehicles/trucks purchased and delivered by 30 June 2021 (previously 31 December 2020).
Please refer to the following link and seek further independent professional tax advice for your own financial circumstances: https://www.ato.gov.au/General/New-legislation/The-Australian-Government-s-Economic-Response-to-Coronavirus/
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