Do forklifts have seat belts?

Answered by

Dennis Fredrick
Dennis FredrickInsurance and Finance Writer

Posted on Feb 07, 2023

1) Forklifts are typically operated by one person, and as such, do not typically require seat belts.

2) That said, some newer models of forklifts do have seat belts as standard equipment.

3) If you are operating a forklift, it is always a good idea to wear a seat belt, even if your model does not come standard with them.

4) If you are unsure whether or not your forklift has seat belts, it is best to ask the manufacturer or your dealer.

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