Tail lift services
Taking care of all your tail lift needs
Are you searching for a tail lift, have one that needs fitting or perhaps your existing tail lift needs repairing?
We’ve been supplying, installing and repairing tail lifts for commercial and mobility vehicles, plus other ancillary equipment, such as ramps and winches, for more than 40 years.
Thanks to our extensive expertise, we’re approved by all of the major manufacturers and our team of tail lift services engineers is made up of the most highly-skilled engineers around.
With comprehensive UK coverage, we’ll visit your site at your convenience, which allows your business to operate as usual and eliminates downtime created by having to move your vehicles. Our highly-trained engineers provide 24/7 emergency roadside breakdown assistance, typically reaching the scene within 90 minutes, wherever you are in the UK. Alternatively, we can repair your tail lift at our state-of-the-art tail lift centre.
Our tail lift services also include:
- Tail lift fitting – all make and models
- Tail lift repairs and servicing – all makes and models
- Thorough statutory examinations, including LOLER and weight tests using accredited testing equipment
- Vehicle type approval and certifications
- Supplying and installing:
- Wheelchair tracking, restraints and steps
- Shutters, curtains and loadlock restraints
- Landing legs and demount docking
- Vehicle overhauls
Lifting Operations and Lifting Equipment Regulations (LOLER) weight testing
Safe and successful lifting operations largely depend on the continued safety of the lifting equipment and accessories that are being used.
All lifting equipment, including tail lifts, must be thoroughly examined in accordance with the latest LOLER guidelines, which are designed to ensure all lifting equipment is:
- Fit for purpose
- Appropriately maintained
- Marked in order to minimise risk
Failure to comply with the LOLER guidelines can result in significant or even fatal injuries occurring.
Our team of experienced engineers can help ensure your tail lifts and accessories comply with the latest guidelines by:
- Regularly conducting thorough tail lift inspections in line with the latest stipulations
- Providing weight testing checks and services
- Carrying out winch testing
Tail lift fitting
Our team of highly-skilled fitters have been installing tail lifts for businesses of all different sizes and types for the last 40 years.
Whether you’d like us to carry out the work on-site or at our dedicated tail lift centre, our aim is to provide you with a service that’s:
• Delivered to the highest standard
• Highly efficient
• Helps you keep downtime to an absolute minimum
Tail lift repairs
It’s important that your tail lifts operate effectively at all times and that if they do need repairing, then the work is carried out as efficiently as possible.
Here at Aftercare Response, as well as fitting tail lifts, we also carry out an extensive range of tail lift repairs – at the roadside, on-site and at our purpose-built tail lift centre.
Our fleet of well stocked and fully equipped service vehicles are manned by our highly skilled engineers, who have an extensive wealth of experience within the tail lift industry. As a result, they’re able to carry out the vast majority of repairs on-site, reducing any delays and disruption.
Minimising downtime is one of our key priorities, which is why we:
• Complete all repair work the same day or next day
• Carry a large stock of spare parts
• Employ engineers who are trained to correctly identify and fix problems, first time around
• Will help you wherever you are in the UK, thanks to our 24/7 roadside assistance service
Tail lift servicing
Whether you’re a large fleet operator or a private individual, we offer servicing for both commercial and passenger tail lifts.
All of our servicing is carried out by our professional engineers, who specialise in servicing all makes of tail lift and mobility lifts for all tail lift manufacturers and vehicle models.
We recommend you should service your tail lifts every six months to ensure they:
• Are kept in good working order at all times
• Operate as effectively and efficiently as possible
• Aren’t going to let you down when you need them the most