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FOUNDATIONAL LEARNING
Rough terrain forklifts
  • Rough terrain forklifts pose several unique challenges because they must operate on uneven surfaces.

Rough terrain forklifts are designed to operate on uneven and sometimes dirty surfaces. To do this, they are designed with larger tires. They also typically carry heavier loads, such as on construction sites, so their capacities are often higher.

Operators of these forklifts should be trained and evaluated with the environment to be operated in mind. They must understand the unique circumstances, including general hazards that may be on a construction site (e.g., falling objects, unexpected debris).