Tagged with 'Portable Ramp'

Choosing the Right Ramp

Owning a portable ramp to simply and safely travel over curbs, stairs, and other obstacles is truly liberating. We know there are a lot of ramp options to choose from, but don’t worry - we are here to help! Finding the perfect portable ramp for you begins with finding the appropriate length and weight. These are two major factors that can easily be overlooked. While shorter ramps are certainly easier to transport, certain heights require a longer ramp to maintain a manageable incline. If you are looking for a ramp to take on-the-go, picking a lightweight model is extremely important. Having a reliable portable ramp will give you the freedom of mobility, no matter where you are! Read on for more information on finding the right ramp for you.

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Get Outside This Spring!

Spring is on its way! Now is the perfect time to make sure you have everything you need to get out and about this season. Maintain or improve your access to the great outdoors with our heavy duty mobility scooters, ramps, and vehicle lifts. Don’t miss out on any beautiful weather or time with your family this springtime. Read on to learn about some of the most essential products for making sure you can get around with ease.

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Ramp Versus Vertical Platform Lift. Which Is Best for You?

When it comes to making your home or business accessible, you have two main choices: ramps or vertical platform lifts. Both of these options can help anyone who uses a wheelchair, scooter, walker, or other wheeled device to access an area that stairs or other obstacles would otherwise prevent them from accessing. Ultimately, the decision of whether a ramp or vertical platform lift is right depends on the layout of the area, your budget, and your priorities. Here’s what you need to know. 

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Wheelchair Ramps: Which Types Are Right for Your Home?

The transition into a wheelchair is always difficult, especially if you have never used one before. You have to learn new ways to complete basic functions, like dressing, bathing, and using the restroom. You also may have to develop new strategies for getting around your home, getting in and out of cars, and even going outside.

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