Ram Trucks Taking Care of Business

Leather seats, wood trim, satellite radio… all the trappings of a typical work truck, right? Sure, maybe for the boss and his cronies to bop around from point A to point B delegating tasks to his workforce. Well yes, perhaps, but that’s not exactly the case for Darin Coats and his colleagues at Coats & Coats, LLC. These guys are used to getting their hands dirty — as would be expected with a drainage and sewer business — but that doesn’t mean that they can’t enjoy a few of the finer things in life in between jobs. For this very reason, Darin employs a full fleet of Ram trucks, from a 1500 to the powerful 5500, to meet the needs of his drainage business. His trucks haul the materials necessary to get the job done, while offering a comfortable ride and a professional look; and he’s been doing it for 24 years. Take a look at the Ram Real, People, Real Trucks clip on YouTube to see what Darin’s fleet is capable of.


  • everett cox

    I’ve owned a 2003 3500 quad cab longbed srw and a 2006 quad cab dually. Best trucks I’ve ever owned. Ram diesels get the job done every time, cannot beat the Cummins inline 6. I’ve seen a 700hp work truck with triple turbos, take that Dmax and Powerstroke!