Leisure destinations across the UK that operate electric or pedal vehicle attractions are set to benefit from the launch of a new servicing offering in a move that will support their environmental targets.

Holmfirth-based, Aqualand Industries has developed a robust national network to service vehicles to proactively extend their life and optimise efficiency.

Commenting on the move, Carl Byford, general manager of Aqualand Industries, said: “Over the years, we’ve developed an expertise in keeping our own electric vehicles and pedal carts well maintained. In response to customer demand, we’ve extended the service to cover any ride on electric vehicles or carts. Preventive maintenance ensures that vehicles operate safely and efficiently in peak times. It will help to optimise revenue by keeping the vehicles active and extend their lifetime, meaning less frequent replacement and lower carbon emissions for the venue.”

A range of service packages are available to cover preventative and reactive maintenance. The service comes with response time guarantees from qualified technicians.

Well-maintained rides will also boost visitor satisfaction as they can enjoy the attraction when they wish. Visitor safety is also essential, and a documented service programme can help lower insurance premiums.

Aqualand Industries designs and manufactures the six-wheeled Crazi-bugz and Adventure Trukz. It has grown a loyal customer base in the UK and is now expanding internationally. In 2023, it launched a new four-seat pedal car that offers fun for the whole family. The Adventurer has a rugged design and can be used on various surfaces, making it easy to operate in any leisure destination.

Carl concluded: “Investing in preventative maintenance will give management teams the peace of mind that their equipment is safe and operating efficiently to deliver a better visitor experience. It’s also an important part of compliance procedures and will help mitigate the impact of any accidents.”