Why is the NFL’s flatbed truck still the No. 1 service truck?

When the new NFL season begins, a new truck may be the first to go into production.

In the past, it’s been a standard service truck.

But when the new season begins on March 8, 2017, that’s all going to change.

The first service truck that’s going to make its debut will be a flatbed service vehicle.

This is the first service vehicle to be called a flat bed service truck because of the technology it will use to tow trailers, trailers with trailers on the back, and trailers with flatbeds on the front.

The company that makes the service truck is called Ford, and Ford is one of the world’s biggest automakers.

The flatbed version of the Ford Flatbed service Truck is one the most popular vehicles for transporting goods, but it has been plagued by safety issues and issues related to noise, fumes, and other issues that have been found in the past.

Ford has spent years researching how to make the Ford flatbed vehicle safer.

They have taken lessons from other trucks, and they have built an engine that will be able to handle the task of transporting large trailers.

Ford’s Flatbed Service Truck will also be lighter, have higher levels of automation, and be able support bigger trailers than the flatbed trucks currently on the market.

Ford is also using the new Ford Flatbead Truck to help get its vehicles on more roadways, and it has set a goal to have it on every major U.S. highway by 2020.

So what’s the difference between the Ford and the flat bed truck?

Ford’s Flatbrown service vehicle will be equipped with Ford’s advanced technology to tow, load, and unload trailers.

It will be the only service vehicle that can do all of this.

Ford says the Ford Fluid-Coupled Engine (FCE) is the technology that will power the FordFlatbed Service Vehicle.

The FCE engine will allow Ford to use Ford’s existing diesel technology, which is very efficient.

The Ford Flubbed Truck will be Ford’s first truck to go to production, and will be available in the United States, Mexico, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and India.

Ford has not said when or where it will go into full production, but its next big truck is expected to go onto the market around 2019.