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Transporting a scooter

Discussion in 'Lifestyle Management' started by Kati, Aug 10, 2014.

  1. Kati

    Kati Patient in training

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    i wonder how patients who have a scooter are transporting it in their cars, anybody can share what transfer methods they are using, ramps, lifts and/or homemade apparatus? (My scooter does not dismantle and weighs over 300 lbs)

    i just got a minivan and need to decide what device I will purchase, and someone mentioned using a dog ramp- since they are very light. i wonder if anybody have tried them. A Bruno lift sounds like the perfect method however they are expensive and I have just heard my insurance will not cover it.
    http://www.bruno.com/vehicle-lift-curb-sider.html

    A medical ramp is proving too heavy for me to lift and install.


    thanks, Kati
     

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