Drake-Scruggs offers a variety of aerial bucket trucks from VersaLift.
VersaLift® Bucket Trucks
We have been building aerial bucket trucks since their inception, with over 45 years of history with the VersaLift product line! Drake-Scruggs only offers equipment from the highest quality manufacturers, giving you peace of mind and less downtime to get your job done.
The industries in need of a bucket trucks, spans over both the public and private sectors. This includes governmental, sign and lighting, traffic applications, telecommunications, forestry, municipal/rural electric utilities, utility contractors and many others. Insulated units are recommended, and typically required, for many applications near or involving electricity. Whereas a non-insulated unit is acceptable for other applications not involving work with electric power sources.
Drake-Scruggs primarily offer units that are mounted on a street-legal, DOT certified chassis. However, if you require an off road/backyard-carrier mount, we have access to vehicles that will fit your needs. Aerials come in many different configurations, from over center/non-over center articulating, telescopic extending and a combination of articulating/telescopic capabilities all ranging from 29 feet to over 200 feet in working height. Whether you need a personnel lift or an aerial with material handling capabilities, contact a knowledgeable member of our sales team and they will gladly assist you in your selection.
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Tips for Safely Operating a Bucket Truck / Aerial Lift - While bucket truck operators should have received training before going out on a job, everyone could use a reminder of the tips for safely operating an aerial lift, more commonly known as a bucket truck. This includes administrative workers, company ...
Tips for Operating a Bucket Truck - Accidents could easily happen when operating a bucket truck. While you won't be able to prevent some of the accidents caused by others, you could definitely minimize the hazards. Safety isn't just about ensuring that the equipment is working properly. ...
Bucket Truck Winter Safety Tips - Staying safe in a bucket truck when the weather is perfect is hard enough, never mind when the weather is cold and nasty. And icy. Extra precautions should be taken when you are working with bucket trucks – and you ...
A Little Bucket Truck History - Through the years, we have worked on several types of bucket trucks, ranging from 29 feet to over 200 feet of working height. We even put together bucket trucks for off road use. However, the bucket truck is much older ...
Bucket Truck Safety 101 - Drake Scruggs has served a wide range of customers with aerial bucket trucks for a variety of application needs. Our bucket truck customers include government and private sector businesses for jobs involving signage, lighting, utilities, traffic installations, forestry, and more. ...