Forklift

Top 4 Reasons to Rent Vs. Buy a Forklift

Many people think the only reason to rent a forklift is to meet a temporary need. For example: There’s a seasonal spike in business or a one-off...

Forklift vs. Auto Mechanic: Similar Jobs, Different Pay

Are you an auto mechanic looking for better pay and less repetitive work? We’re looking for friendly, helpful people who want to become forklift...

The 7 Different Types of Forklifts (According to OSHA)

If you’re looking at forklifts for sale, you may have seen descriptions such as: counterbalanced lift trucks (class 4) or electric-powered rider...

How to Move a Forklift With a Dead Battery - 3 Options

When your electric forklift has a dead battery, you have a few options. Use a bigger forklift to move the dead one Hook the dead forklift up to...

When To Buy a Sit-Down vs. Stand-Up Forklift

A stand-up forklift can deliver massive productivity gains and spike profits, but stand-up forklifts aren't the best choice for every application....

How to Buy A Like-New Used Forklift

There are many reasons to buy a used forklift: you need equipment right away, you have a limited budget, etc. BUT  (some may argue) there are some...

Forklift Extensions: What You Need to Know

Forklift extensions, also known as fork extenders or long lifts, temporarily make your forks longer. Many industries use forklift extensions...

We Rent It All, Even Heavy-Duty, High-Capacity Forklifts

Why Rent a Heavy-Duty, High-Capacity Forklift?   Reason #1: Adapt to Changing Business Needs Renting gives you the flexibility to customize your...

How Often Should a Forklift Be Serviced?

Maintaining your forklift is the best way to prevent expensive repairs. You wouldn’t skip an oil change on the family vehicle, right? The same...

5 Signs Your Forklift Forks Should Be Replaced

The steel forks are one of the toughest parts on a forklift. They're designed to  take a lot of abuse, but they can also fail without warning. A...