Fleet maintenance is a big cost for any company, and for some, it makes sense to move that work in-house. Doing so gives you more control over important decisions like which vehicles to repair first, ultimately helping you keep your trucks moving and making money. Before you make the move, it’s smart to have an idea of what you’ll need to change, update or invest in. Our ebook, “In-House Fleet Maintenance,” will help you sort through the process with a look at:
For many shops, making the best use of floor space is a bit of a jigsaw puzzle. From where to store tools to how you can fit in the most bays, it all takes some planning. And when you think about purchasing a new lift, determining how and where to install it is a major consideration. If you’re adding a heavy duty platform lift like the V-REX to your shop, here’s what you need to keep in mind...
Sometimes the littlest things can make the biggest difference. To an outsider, lighting might not seem like a huge deal in auto repair, but if you’ve worked under a truck that’s blocking overhead lights, you know how difficult it is to operate in the dark. Our Tech Lights help you shed light right where you need it, and the Line Light 4 kit is made specifically for use with heavy duty jobs. Here’s how this simple auto repair tool can make your work easier.
When you need to lift the heaviest vehicles, you need equipment you can rely on. Our newest drive-on lift is built for the toughest jobs. The V-REX is available in 44,000, 64,000 and 80,000 lb. capacities, and it has plenty of innovative features that increase durability and reliability. Here’s a closer look at what makes the V-REX rawr:
Four-post lifts are a staple in some shops. They accommodate vehicles and repairs that might be more difficult to do on a two-post lift, and they’re very easy to use. It’s simple for techs to line up with the runway, drive on and lift. This makes them perfect for general inspections, simple maintenance, etc. And with the addition of some accessories, you can do even more.
If you're thinking about adding mobile column lifts to your shop, you likely know the basics of how they work and some of the benefits they can bring, but here's what you may not realize:
Many shop owners and managers are investing in mobile column lifts for an array of benefits, like expanding business and increasing their services. But how do you know if this option is right for you and your shop, not to mention your budget?
The equipment you choose for your shop is a big deal. It can affect everything from cycle times to safety to employee morale. If you’re in charge of selecting the lifts for your shop, you want to make the best, most informed decision possible. Our new free ebook can help.
Let’s say that you were about to open a vehicle service shop. You want the ability to service a wide variety of vehicles such as cars, light trucks, and SUV’s, but you also want to hit the work truck, service vans and dump truck markets too. You’ll need a lift that can handle your heavy duty needs, as well as give you the versatility to perform a full array of services. Rotary Lift’s SM30 four-post lift is the total package, and the answer to your shop’s lifting needs.