There are some smaller trailers are made to tow power wheelchairs or scooters behind regular passenger cars. If the person using the equipment can manage the distance between the seat in the car and the mobility aid, there may be no need to invest in a customized mini van.
The exact type of disability can be highly unique, and can change over time. It’s important to talk to one of our friendly experts to ensure that your purchase makes the most sense for you.
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For over 30 years, Bruno has been manufacturing excellent quality scooter and wheelchair lifts, stairglides, adapted seating, and most recently the Chariot.
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The Chariot can tow wheelchairs and scooters weighing up to 350 pounds/159 kg. Simply drive your chair or scooter onto the Chariot’s platform, and press the button to operate the lift. The Chariot takes the full weight of your mobility aid, allowing you to use your car normally. But the beauty of this trailer is how simple it is to tow. Some trailers can jack knife if turns and reversals aren’t done correctly. Not the Chariot - thanks to independently 360° swivelling wheels, the trailer follows your car with no need to countersteer.
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