All Terrain Mobile Cranes
All terrain mobile cranes come equipped with a longer boom, between six and ten—and two engines. They have s wider cab that makes them much heavier than rough-terrain cranes, though they may still need the assistance of outriggers during most lifts.
Like the rough-terrain crane, all-terrains are highly maneuverable over uneven ground, but they also provide the added benefit of being able to maintain higher speeds on public roads. In the crane industry, all-terrain cranes are often viewed as the ideal combination of a truck-mounted crane and a rough-terrain crane, as they offer mobility and transportability without sacrificing the ability to handle off-road conditions.