Forklift training OSHA approved requires both classroom and hands-on experience. Although the operation of a forklift is similar to that of a car, there are important differences. Such differences include the speed, visibility, load stability,lack of stability on inclines or declines, path smoothness (potholes etc),load height, load rigging etc. ForkliftTraining is provided by The Training Zone Of the D.M.V. personnel and users to help move heavy objects, usually on pallets, that would otherwise be difficult to move. Using a forklift carries responsibilities. Individuals who do not wish to accept such responsibilities or who have physical limitations such as reduced peripheral vision may elect not to become forklift certified. Many individuals of The Training Zone of the D.M.V staff are trained to drive the forklift and can be made available to assist individuals in moving materials via the forklift.