The Easy-Reach power lift seat provides a safe, short, comfortable ride into your vehicle. Because the Easy-Reach almost always uses the original vehicle seat, built-in safety sensors and your vehicle’s style both remain in their original condition. In most cases you can still recline and even slide your seat!
And unlike other power lift seats on the market, the Easy-Reach extends far from the vehicle and at a natural angle, matching the angle of the door. So you have plenty of access to your seat and can make the safest, easiest transfer.
The Easy-Transfer is a flip-down transfer seat that acts as a bridge between your wheelchair or scooter and your vehicle seat. Securely attached to the vehicle and easier to use than a transfer board, the Easy-Transfer stows quickly when you are driving, or when other drivers or passengers use your car. No more struggling with that slippery, unstable transfer board!
- Reduce the risk of falling between wheelchair/scooter and car seat
- Increase your choice of cars
- Help prevent caregiver injuries from lifting you into the car
- Easy and unobtrusive installation
- Weight capacity of 350 Lbs.
If you love minivans for the space and comfort they offer, but have trouble getting from your wheelchair up to your minivan seat, we have good news! The Glide ‘n Go lifts you up to your vehicle seat so you can make an easy transfer into the minivan. The Glide ‘n Go works on the driver or passenger side in the first or second row of seats. You can even use it in mid-sized vans like the Astrovan, and in full-sized vans too!
If you have a Multi-Lift, you don’t need separate lifts to get you and your power wheelchair or scooter in and out of the minivan. One Multi-Lift, mounted between the front door and the sliding cargo door, can lift you and your scooter too! With a comfortable sling for your use and a rugged scooter lift attachment, the Multi-Lift will lift you into the front, middle or rear seat and then also lift your mobility device in the side door. It’s a convenient, cost-effective way to get on the road.