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Landscaping professionals use work trucks to move crews and carry equipment for all types of jobs. Whether the job is yard maintenance, moving heavy plants and materials from a nursery, or groundskeeping for large facilities, trucks are an integral part of landscaping work. Pickup trucks with hitches and trailers, dump trucks, and landscape trailers are among the vehicles used by landscape contractors.