The CarCaddy Electric Car Pusher is a battery operated and optimized to push vehicles and cars with pneumatic tires, such as trucks, buses, campers, and other cars. It is capable of pushing upwards of 20,000 pounds on flat ground and 10,000 pounds on 3% grade. And if that isn’t incredible enough, you can also choose the Heavy Duty Motor/Transaxle Power Upgrade so you can push vehicles that weigh upwards to 50,000 pounds. Other optional add-ons are: foam-filled tires, snow/ice tires, flashing light or a safety horn.
Ensuring your valuable employees are injury free and keeping the cars from being damaged is the only way that a bustling car lot or repair shop can effectively keep up upticks in business. No customer wants to experience an excessive delay when they have their cars services, and very few will be likely to pay the sticker price for a car that has withstood unnecessary damage from being on the lot.
Investing in an electric car pusher like the CarCaddy will help increase your business’s productivity, all the while reducing all risk of injuries and damage. This gives mechanic shops and auto lots the confidence to keep up with their increase in business volumes, and improve their service and sales.
Many vehicle manufacturers rely on CarCaddy cars and vehicle pushers to move the units distances down production lines. CarCaddy has an abundance of power to push stalled vehicles at highways and service centers.
The main benefit of using the CarCaddy electric car and vehicle pusher is preventing strains when pushing stalled vehicles. Overextending the body when a car is being manually pushes from a lot to a service center can be incredibly dangerous for the workers, as can pushing a vehicles from the highway to a shoulder. Using a car and vehicle pusher there is less risk of damage to the human body (especially back and neck strain), which keeps employees safe and healthy and reducing worker’s compensation.
The CarCaddy can also prevent any damage associated with moving stalled vehicles when using other vehicles. Where manpower is not available, other vehicles are utilized to bump up against the back of a stalled vehicle. In this scenario, both vehicles can be scratched, dented, or cracked. The push pad in the front of the CarCaddy car and vehicle pusher consists of a soft and padded material. It is designed to preserve the integrity and paint of the back end of a stalled vehicle that is being serviced on, as well as protecting the CarCaddy car and vehicle pusher itself.