mobility and more

May 2005
PN;May2005, Vol. 59 Issue 5, p15
Trade Publication
The article presents wheelchair products for the mobility of the old people. Power wheelchair with spring suspension from Frank Mobility Systems has four-wheel independent suspension, reportedly requires minimal stowage space so it can be transported in a medium-sized car. The chair is said to be durable, reliable and easily adjustable to wheelchair users' needs. Wheeleez Platform Dolly, a wheelchair carrier that accepts most standard chairs. Just roll over the folding ramps onto the expanded aluminum grid deck. With the ramps raised, the Platform Dolly is ready to be pushed over the softest sand, grass or other uneven ground.


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