Car Ramps

Are prices/capacities listed for a single ramp?

All prices/capacities listed on our site are for a pair of ramps unless otherwise specified.

How long do my ramps need to be?

To identify the required ramp length firstly measure the vertical height from the ground to where the ramp will rest, this is the 'load height'. All of our car ramps have a maximum load height. Please note cars with low clearance may require longer ramps, if you have low clearance please contact our team to check the suitability of the ramps. Custom solutions are also available. 

How steep should my ramps be?

It entirely depends on the vehicles being loaded, a sports car will require a much gentler gradient than a 4x4, if you are unsure please contact us and we will be able to assist. 

How do I know the capacity I require on a ramp?

When selecting a ramp capacity check the weight of the vehicle, add around 150kg-200kg to allow an extra weight for fuel, operator and any other load added to the vehicle weight. That will be the capacity you will need the ramp to take.

Should I allow extra capacity in the ramps for safety?

No, this is not required. Our ramps are manufactured and engineered in the EU to European TUV standards, which require us to build in a 200% safety breaking point margin. Although the ramps are tested and built on a 200% safety, please note, if the ramp is overload this will void warranty.

How do I secure the ramps safely?

There are 4 types of connection for our loading ramps suitable for different vehicles & applications. Rest on connection with a drilled hole for the safety pin tends to be the standard as they work in most situations. Our connection options can be viewed here. 

What are the car ramps made from?

Our car ramps are produced from aluminium and therefore are a lightweight solution for loading cars over kerbs, steps and into containers. 

Where are the car ramps made?

The Ramp People's aluminium car ramps are made in Italy and are provided with a 1 year warranty.

Can the car ramps be used to load machinery? 

For loading machinery such as diggers, ride on mowers and other items we normally would instead suggest viewing our plant ramps.

View our wide range of Car Ramps here.

Car loading ramp