Forklifts are vehicles used to carry heavy objects. They're often found on roads, construction sites, or rusting in grass fields.
The traditional forklift is a converted zamboni that has had two horizontal blades attached to its forefront. Using simple controls, the operator (or Forker) raises and lowers the "forks" with supreme precision.
One Forklift can life over 2,500 pounds, and two Forklifts working together can lift over 5,200 pounds.