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Access Mobility Equipment provides only the highest quality vehicle lifts to pick up and transport your manual wheelchair, powered mobility scooter or powered wheelchair. Vehicle lifts can save you from having to do much physical lifting or labor to pick up and stow your mobility device on or in your vehicle. Vehicle lifts are available for sedans, pick-up trucks, vans and SUVs.
If you have purchased a NEW vehicle within the last 12 months, you may qualify for up to $1,200 in rebate money towards the purchase of your vehicle lift for your mobility device.
There are three different types of Vehicle Lifts
These lifts are probably most popular because of their lower cost and ease of use. They consist of a platform type device that attaches into a trailer hitch on the rear of your vehicle. The platform has a powered motor to pick up and carry the chair behind your car during travel. These lifts allow you to load your mobility device with the touch of a button and no dis-assembly of your mobility device is required. Covers are sold separately for protecting your scooter or power chair from the weather.Read More
Hybrid Vehicle Lifts
These lifts are most appropriate for a van or SUV. They consist of a platform that is raised and lower by a powered motor. The platform lowers to ground level where the mobility device is driven onto the platform. Then, the platform is raised up and into the rear of the vehicle with the touch of a button. The advantage to this type of lift is that you are able to carry your mobility device inside the vehicle out of the weather, and no dis-assembly of your mobility device is required. The third or rear row of your SUV or mini-van is sacrificed for the location of the lift and your mobility device.
Inside Vehicle Lifts
Commonly referred to as “boom lifts” or “cranes”, they are usually mounted in the right rear corner of the van or SUV or in the trunk of a sedan. Some of these lifts have as many as three powered motor features to lift, swing in/out and extend the arm towards the curbside and away from your vehicle to prevent damage. While these lifts can be placed into smaller areas and stow your mobility device inside and out of the weather, they almost always require some dis-assembly of your mobility device.