Automotive Lift Safety

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Lack of training, operator error, neglected maintenance and failure to perform required inspections may cause vehicle lift-related accidents. Whether you're using two-post lifts for cars and light trucks or in-ground lifts for school busses, follow the basic rules provided in the Automotive Lift Safety mobile app. Daily inspections performed prior to the operation off the lift should be performed by the owner. Monthly inspections by the owner are also suggested. An automotive lift should be inspected by a qualified inspector at least annually, more frequently when so specified by the manufacturer or the authority having jurisdiction.

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