We have compiled our most frequently asked questions about forklift hire, servicing and repairs. For further information, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
Prior to daily use, we recommend operators carry out simple daily maintenance checks. You should inspect for leaks, damage, the condition of the tyres, operation of safety lights and controls, brakes, horn, parking and steering.
Yes. We advise that you only replace damaged components with original manufacturer parts, which we can supply for you. This will increase your forklifts durability and long-term value.
Every forklift truck should undergo a thorough examination annually. However, depending on the type of your forklift, the use and the environment it is operated in, this may be more regular. Please contact our team for more information.
This depends on what you intend to use the forklift for and the type of business you work in. If you are carrying out light work on a frequent basis, it might be best to invest. However, for heavy usage on a less regular basis, it could be better for you to hire a forklift.
Yes you can drive a forklift truck on the road aslong as it complies with the road vehicles registration 1986 and you have a valid forklift truck licence. You will need to be registered with the DVLA and the forklift must be taxed and insured.
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