New and Used Conventional - Sleeper Truck For Sale in Vermont

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2015 WESTERN STAR 4900FA Conventional - Sleeper Truck, Tractor in Bradford, VT
Stock Number: AU5041
590,000 miles
2015 WESTERN STAR, 4900FA, Heavy Duty Trucks - Conventional Trucks w/ Sleeper, DETROIT DD15, Automatic, , 500 Horse Power, Air Ride Suspension, All Al...
NCL Truck Sales - Website
Bradford, VT - 440 mi. away
2014 INTERNATIONAL PROSTAR Conventional - Sleeper Truck, Tractor in Colchester, VT
Stock Number: 150975
445,293 miles
2014 INTERNATIONAL PROSTAR 12, 2014 International, Prostar 122 6x4 Cab Chassis, Heavy Duty Truck, Front axle: 14,000 LBSRear axle: 40,000 LBSSuspensio...
Allegiance - Burlington - Website
Colchester, VT - 440 mi. away
2016 FREIGHTLINER Coronado 122 SD Conventional - Sleeper Truck, Tractor in Williamstown, VT
Stock Number: 1308201233
438,000 miles
2016 FREIGHTLINER Coronado 122 SD, Sleeper, 2016 Freightliner Coronado 122 SD Cummins ISX15 Engine 438,000 Miles 11R22.5 tires 18 Speed transmission H...
Barrgo - Website
Williamstown, VT - 518 mi. away

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A conventional sleeper is a conventional style tractor with a sleeping compartment. Commonly seen on highways, conventional sleeper trucks are used for long distance hauling. Drivers that need to make trips that can last days, or even weeks, drive these vehicles so they can find a rest stop that accommodates truck parking to get some shut-eye during the lengthy trip. These heavy-duty vehicles have the power and weight capacity to transport an abundant load of product. A conventional sleeper is distinguished by a compartment located directly behind the cab that gives the driver a resting place. Cross-country trips can be exhausting and it is convenient to have a place to get some sleep when the drive becomes too tiring.

Today, conventional sleepers often include more than just a place to sleep. You can find some that feature other conveniences of home to make excessive hauls more comfortable for the driver. There are multiple types of sleeping compartments for conventional sleepers. There are options of a flat, mid, or raised-roof sleeping compartments, and different sizes to choose from.

In the industry of conventional sleepers, there is a variety of companies that manufacture these large vehicles. If you are in the market to purchase one, there are a few things you can factor in when deciding on which is best suited for you. Mileage, model, engine type, fuel type, and cost are some of the details to consider when choosing a conventional sleeper that is right for your job. Conventional sleepers, more commonly known as semi-trucks, can vary widely in price. Depending on your needs, a brand-new conventional sleeper can cost anywhere from $80,000 to $150,000. Purchasing a used one can be significantly cheaper, but those usually need some work put into them to ensure they are in good shape to make a long trip.