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Is it Better to Lease or Rent a Toyota Forklift?

by Alyssa Perkins on February 21, 2019
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If you're not sure how long you'll need a piece of equipment, renting may seem like the obvious choice. But sometimes a flexible forklift lease agreement is more cost-effective.

In case you're not familiar with a flex lease, it's two (sometimes three) lease agreements in one. When the first lease term ends, you have the option to return the forklift, or continue on to the second term. 

Continue reading to learn when to choose a flex lease instead of renting a forklift. In a hurry?  Just give us a call.  We're happy to help you calculate your forklift lease vs. rental options.

Toyota Forklift Rentals

If you’re unsure about the duration of your job, or want to try a piece of equipment before committing to it long term, renting may be the best option. With a forklift rental, you can return the unit at any time and won’t pay for the equipment during the off-season. Also, rental costs are considered an operational expense rather than a capital expense.

We rent forklifts by the day, week or month in the San Francisco Bay Area, Sacramento, Yolo County, Salinas, Santa Cruz, and Fresno. Delivery, maintenance and repairs are always included.


Toyota Flex Lease

A forklift flex lease can include two, and sometimes three separate operating lease contracts in one. After the first term ends, you can return the equipment early, or you can continue to lease the equipment - usually at a lower rate.

When to choose a flex lease instead of renting a forklift:
A flex lease is a great option for customers who expect a steady flow of business. We can also match the lease periods based upon your customer contracts and commitments.

Learn more about forklift lease options from Toyota, or contact a friendly and knowledgeable TMH team member at one of our locations in Livermore, Fresno, Sacramento or Salinas. We're happy to answer any questions you may have and can help you calculate whether a forklift lease or rental will be the most cost-effective option for your operation.

Contact us online or by phoning a TMH location below:

East Bay - Livermore (510) 400-8367
Fresno (888) 964-1178 
Sacramento (916) 476-8450 
Salinas (831) 269-5274

Further Reading
Is it Better to Buy or Rent a Toyota Forklift?
Toyota Forklift Lease Options
Aerial and Forklift Rental in California - What You Need to Know

Toyota Lease Special

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