A Skid Steer trucks are generally found in quarry's, on farms and on building sites, they are either fitted with wheels or tracks.
They are predominantly used for clearing, moving and loading aggregates such as soil, waste and rubble etc., where they can lift huge amounts with relative ease.
Attachments can be fitted in order to increase the flexibility of a Skid Steer such as forks for loading and unloading vehicles.
Training on the Skid Steer can only take place on a customer's premises.
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