Of all the tools in your shop, a vehicle lift is one item that offers a great opportunity for improving service bay productivity. But there’s more to choosing a lift than browsing the Internet for the least expensive model.
You want a lift that delivers the lowest total cost of ownership. That means a lift that costs less to operate, one that has a proven track record for consistent uptime with lower lifetime repair costs, and one manufactured by a company with a record of consistent, dependable support.
Making the right choice in a lift includes considering all costs, what to look for in a warranty, and the importance of support after the purchase is made.
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