Ancillaries available online with TOTALKARE web expansion

The UK’s number one provider of heavy-duty vehicle lifting solutions is making it even easier for customers to order ancillary products with the launch of a new section of the TOTALKARE website.

The new online shop highlights the company’s extensive range of lift accessories, from transmission jacks and individual support stands to trailer beams to light vehicle adaptors.

Workshop managers from the coach and bus, commercial vehicle and waste and recycling industries, as well customers from a host of other business sectors can also order forklifter systems, small wheel adapters and much, much more at

Tristan Johnston, TOTALKARE Marketing Manager, commented: “The evolution of the website is the latest step in a full refresh of the TOTALKARE brand following the change of name from SOMERSTOTALKARE last year.

“Of course, existing and potential customers can still count on exceptional face-to-face service, and there’s always expert advice at the other end of the telephone, but by giving them the choice to order products and parts online they can save themselves valuable time.

“It also offers them greater convenience as they can order at any time of the day or night and at weekends, with a swift response to their order and delivery within three days, subject to stock availability.”

The launch of the online shop is part of a wider strategy by TOTALKARE to deliver a more comprehensive, solutions-based service to its customers as it builds on its reputation as a market leader for mobile column and fixed-post lifts.

In the coming months it plans to further expand its online offering by launching a dedicated customer portal. This will enable them to manage all aspects of their workshop lifts maintenance; from checking when services are due to booking a visit by a qualified engineer.

Tristan added: “The development of our website reflects an ongoing commitment to providing workshop managers with the easiest possible access to our wide range of products and services.”