Transporting your Wheelchair Transporting your Wheelchair

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During the demonstration & assessment process, you will be encouraged to try out the powerchair in your vehicle. 

It is your choice whether you wish to do so. 

For many people this is an important factor in the decision making process.   

As per our Terms & Conditions:

All Terrain Wheelchairs takes no responsibility for the storage or transportation of products purchased.

Recomendations can be made, but are not legally binding.

 

Some FAQ:

Will the chair fit in my car?

The chairs will usually fit within a wheelchair accessible vehicle (WAV), a van, or with the backrest removed may fit into the boot of a larger estate car (with the back seats folded forward).  It is always advisable to check the dimensions of both the chair & the vehicle & during a demonstration you are welcome to try this out.   

How do I get the chair in my car?

Many people opt for a ramp into the rear of a WAV.  Some people do have hoists to lift the chairs in.  We recommend a hoist capable of carrying a minimum weight of 200kg. 

More information to follow...

During the demonstration & assessment process, you will be encouraged to try out the powerchair in your vehicle. 

It is your choice whether you wish to do so. 

For many people this is an important factor in the decision making process.   

As per our Terms & Conditions:

All Terrain Wheelchairs takes no responsibility for the storage or transportation of products purchased.

Recomendations can be made, but are not legally binding.

 

Some FAQ:

Will the chair fit in my car?

The chairs will usually fit within a wheelchair accessible vehicle (WAV), a van, or with the backrest removed may fit into the boot of a larger estate car (with the back seats folded forward).  It is always advisable to check the dimensions of both the chair & the vehicle & during a demonstration you are welcome to try this out.   

How do I get the chair in my car?

Many people opt for a ramp into the rear of a WAV.  Some people do have hoists to lift the chairs in.  We recommend a hoist capable of carrying a minimum weight of 200kg. 

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