Learn Something About Car Lifts

       Navigating the sheer volume of conflicting automotive service equipment information can be a 
harrowing and confusing experience for even the most specialists or DIY'ers. Common issues 

that are often downplayed  by eager dealers, huge tensile strength variations in seemingly 
identical steels and fly-by-night companies that no longer exist by the time you need to 
replace a part. Particularly on the web, an increasingly popular trend among some of the less 
reputable companies is to spread half-truths and "gray area" technical specifications regarding
their products. No, they probably aren't lying, but they also aren't giving you the information that 
they say they are.

       J&F is here to help you fight back. As part of our ongoing commitment to quality service, we're
releasing a series of studies to help you cut through the jargon and creative advertising so you
can simply understand what you are buying. Let's face it; the products we are dealing with are
usually expensive, very heavy and potentially dangerous. You have every right  to know  what 
qualifies as a pass or fail during certification. And you need to know which features are mere
luxuries and which ones are absolutely essential to your safety.

     J&F wants everyone who is thinking about purchasing an automotive service product to educate themselves and carefully evaluate all of their options, as well as the companies that sell them. With a little bit of homework, it won't take long for you to see that all automotive equipment is definitely not created equal. And if you do decide to buy J&F, you'll know better than anyone else what a value it truly is.