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Types of forklifts:
Choosing among electric, hybrid or internal combustion is a main consideration when buying a forklift. Each technology has its disadvantages and advantages. It is essential to differentiate one kind of forklift from another and to select the right one for the application. The following information could help you to choose the forklift which best fits your requirements.

A key advantage of electric is long-term cost savings. The initial expense to buy extra batteries may seem expensive, but you really save a lot of money by not having to buy fuel and bring it to the work site. If you use some type of alternative energy source, like solar panels or windmills, you can save even more money.

The changing out the batteries and downtime for charging the lift are among the downsides of utilizing electric forklifts. This technology continues to get better as new ways of using electric technology advances.

Variations on Forklifts:
Stand-up rider forklifts - These electric-powered forklifts have counterbalance weights built into the body and are made so that the operator rides within the body of the truck.

Stand-up, narrow aisle rider - The kind generally used for areas with tight spaces. Instead of having counterweight inside its body, this electric forklift is designed with straddle legs on each and every side to provide stability.

Sit-down rider - The counterbalance is situated at the back of this sit-down rider.

Motorized hand-pallet jacks - This low-lift truck has forks and is made for the driver to stand on the rear. Other models are designed to be walked.

Reach forklift - Utilized for long reach, this type of forklift has a boom. The forklift is designed to be stable on uneven surfaces by having the outriggers at the front.

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