Plant & Go Tool Hire Vehicles

Do you need a transporter to easily move plant equipment from location to location? Advanced KFS’s Plant and Go range is perfect for the job. It’s designed specifically to make loading safer and easier, plus you don’t need a special licence.

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Designed with you in Mind

With these vehicles weighing under 3,500kg, you do not need to hold a category C (LGV) licence to drive them. Anyone over 18 years of age with a standard UK driving licence can operate this conversion from Advanced KFS, saving the stress of taking further tests or hiring a driver.

The Plant and Go range has been built with consideration for your needs and all the different types of loads you may need to transport.

With a floor height of only 530mm, loading is made straightforward and easy. Our uniquely designed stowage method means when the ramps are not in use (drop sides and a full tailgate are optional) they lock into the side of the truck to create an area in which items are safe and secure.

Perfect for Tools Equipment

It’s flexible chassis means our Plant and Go Tool Hire vehicles can be transformed from a drop side into a loading bay in minutes, so you have full security during loading and transporting your equipment.

With the strength and build to carry 3.5 tons, the Plant and Go conversions can handle any machinery or equipment needed on the job. These vehicles carry anything from a large mowers to small-sized cranes and diggers, so there is no need for a trailer.

Standard Features

  • Unique punched mesh surface
  • Low Floor Height of 500mm
  • 2.0 certified aluminium ramps
  • 2.2 litre engine
  • Minimum of six recessed lashing rings
  • Rope tie down points
  • Full width aluminum bulk head

Optional Features

  • LED light bar
  • Winch
  • Tow bar
  • Drop side
  • Commercial tail lift
  • Full width spring assisted tailgate

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Premium-quality Vehicles

Vehicles tailored to your requirements

Competitvely priced

Over 30 years experience

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