Private individuals or businesses with a need to move heavy or bulky articles, or goods, from one place to another will find that a DIY removal with a van hire tail lift provides the most convenient and economical choice. Items are placed on the tail lift and with the push of a button are lifted to the height of the van’s storage area, where they can be pushed or wheeled onboard.
A tail lift is a hydraulically powered device that saves users damaging their backs when manhandling awkward objects. For companies, it keeps their employees at work and negates any claims for back or repetitive strain injuries.
Van hire tail lift vehicles are mostly in the 3.5 and 7.5 tonne ranges and come with both the box van and flatbed options. The 7.5 tonne models are limited to drivers with Larger Goods Vehicles (LGV) C1 permits and drivers who took their UK driving test prior to the end of 1996.
In response to the demand for van hire tail lift many companies also offer Ford Transit size vans with a hydraulic lift as an optional extra. Companies that offer van rentals tail lift are located all over the UK, and are both small local firms and some of the world’s best known vehicle hire suppliers.
Van rentals tail lift is available by the hour, day, week, month or longer. Rental periods of up to a year offer users an ideal alternative to the commitment of a lengthy lease or the expense of buying their own vehicle.
Drivers requiring van rental tail lift can book it on the internet, by phone or with a visit to their local vehicle hire supplier. Many of the companies with a national chain of hire depots also operate a customer call centre, manned seven days a week. These companies often run loyalty cards or schemes which give regular renters benefits and discounts.