FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
That… that pretty much covers it.
One way is the "floor jack" style of lifting that is used in a regular, flat bay at $25 an hour. This is a jack that cradles the center section of a motorcycle and allows for the lifting off the ground of the wheels:
The other type of motorcycle lift we have is an actual hydraulic lift that can lift up to 1500 pounds and has side skirts that can be added if an ATV is to be driven on it. This lift is in its own bay, runs $30/hr and, like all bays, includes all tools and equipment in the joint except for our AC Service machine 😉:
*Auto shops and working on vehicles can be inherently dangerous places and past times. While we will do our very best to ensure our customers are acting in a safe manner, there’s always a chance that you’ll find a way to hurt yourself or your vehicle. We’re all adults and responsible for our own actions and the chance IS there to get hurt, so do your best to pay attention to detail, watch what’s going on around you, and stay focused and aware. If you see someone acting in an unsafe manner, bring it to their attention and to the staff’s attention. If you get hurt or see someone else get hurt, make SURE you call attention to it/them and seek help from the staff as quickly as possible. We’re a family here and we don’t want family hurt.