These are steps you can perform, but if you need help, give us a call. We are happy to perform any needed service on your truck to help get you ready to roll—safely.
Perform the Daily Inspection Report checklist for each unit prior to employees coming back to work
Perform a short test drive to check all systems are operational after sitting for an extended period of time.
Look under units that have been sitting for awhile and check for signs of leaks
When was the last service completed? Is it close to needing service?
Start I.C. trucks to verify batteries are charged and ready.
Now is a good time to perform occasional services such as:
Place electric truck batteries on the charger and check battery water levels.
It is vital to keep batteries in peak condition. If your business is experiencing a slowdown and your material handling equipment is not running at full utilization, make sure you follow the correct procedures to protect your investment and ensure you're ready to return to full production.
Every three months — batteries that are left in a truck or not connected to a charger, should be reconnected and should undergo a refresh charge and if time allows, a manual equalize charge. The electrolyte level of all batteries, including those which have had a refresh charge, should also be checked.