Nothing special with my truck for cameras. I keep everything in soft bags on the rear passenger seat and the combination of the seat padding and the soft bags eliminate any worry about vibration or shock damage. Thankfully my 100" Dynamic Perception slider barely fits between the rear window and the front windshield. You can probably see it in some of the photos. Might not be a bad idea to build in the ability to stand on top of the truck, but keep in mind that any subtle motion will rock the whole thing quite a bit. A few larger goal zero batteries (Yeti 150 and/or 400) will give you plenty of power for battery recharging, laptop recharging, and powering other camera rigs.Killer...... I'm building a camera rig truck now. I may hit ya up on some ideas..... & gear! Where do you typically get your equipment?
I've converted from Canon to Sony over the last few years, but still have my Canon gear for certain types of shoots (car racing, other sports, or anything else which moves quickly). The Sony a7S cameras are great for time lapse, especially night time work, and the a7R is great for landscape and anything else where resolution matters. The range on the Sony sensors kick the butt of Canon these days. And I always buy from the best, B&H Photo.