What Does ISP-Certified Mean?

What Does ISP-Certified Mean?
We supply ISP-Ready trucks for many carriers for their fleets. Although it is common for us to sell step vans that are ISP-Ready, it may not be as well known by others. ISP simply means Independent Service Provider. There are certain requirements that must be met in order to be ISP-Compliant and to be able to deliver the routes. Here are some of the ISP requirements:
  1. Back up camera
  2. Roll-up rear door
  3. Enforcer lock
  4. Approved shelving
  5. Jump seat
  6. Safety kit and fire extinguisher
  7. White paint (Sherwin Williams #65199 or equivalent) or Original Equipment Manufacturer white aluminum sheet and post
  8. White, chrome, or aluminum rims
  9. Bumpers must be black or from the Original Equipment Manufacturer: steel chrome, steel grey, molded white, molded black, or molded gray
  10. Secured three reflective triangles and safety chains

Those are just some of the ISP-requirements that must be met. Trying to make all of your step vans ISP-Compliant could be difficult, especially if you are trying to do it yourself or through a dealer who is unsure of the requirements. MAG Trucks can easily make all of your step vans ISP-Ready, all you have to do is call us. We can ensure your upcoming purchases are ISP-Ready before you receive them and we can make any of your current step vans ISP-Ready. Call us at (888)503-7481 to talk to one of our knowledgeable sales representatives.