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A.R.E expands commercial line with Workcover LS

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The fiberglass tonneau cover is available for 2005 to current Toyota Tacoma standard length bed trucks.

| May 1, 2013

MASSILLON, Ohio - A.R.E.'s Commercial Division is expanding its product line with the new WorkCover LS, a fiberglass tonneau cover available for 2005 to current Toyota Tacoma standard length bed trucks, starting at $1,450 MSRP.

A.R.E.'s WorkCover LS features two doors on each side. Additionally, the entire cover opens from the rear of the truck using a hinge system at the front of the cover. Painted to match the vehicle, the WorkCover LS features approximately three extra inches of storage room above the bed rail and its design offers the driver excellent rear visibility from the cab of the truck. Designed to keep products secure and out of sight, A.R.E. offers options such as remote keyless entry and LED strip lighting technology to illuminate the bed.

"This new tonneau cover exemplifies another innovative design from A.R.E. that makes loading and unloading easier for service workers," said Jim Blayne, national fleet sales manager for A.R.E.'s Commercial Fleet Division. "Our WorkCover LS turns the bed of the truck into an organized and readily accessible tool container that keeps dust and other elements out."

 

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