Whether you’re loading large objects into your vehicle or moving to a new home, you’ll find many uses for sturdy car ramps. There are models for loading ATVs, lawnmowers, and other hefty equipment, with configurations made to fit different size trucks or trailers.
What Size Do You Need?
Before you buy, check the weight limit and width of the ramp to be sure it’ll work for your needs. Some models can hold around 2,000 pounds with a track width of more than 40 inches. For lighter use, a low-cost loading ramp will do the trick.
The Best Build for You
Galvanized steel is a great choice because it protects against rust. If you need a portable car ramp, though, browse lightweight aluminum options. There are also models that fold to make storage simple. Some divide so you can use them either as two smaller pieces or one longer incline. Arched slopes adapt to high- and low-clearance vehicles. The punched hole design on many auto ramps creates a grip for added traction and safety.
Find the Perfect Finishing Touches
A powder-coated finish protects your truck ramp from corrosion, abrasion and impact, while rubber-coated tabs can safeguard your tailgate as you load. Many of our models come with safety straps for extra support.
If it’s not the right time for you to buy, you could rent a car ramp to breeze through your next move.