The emergence of drive from wheelchair vehicles gives wheelchair users an added option. Drive from wheelchair cars offer a new level of freedom not offered by traditional wheelchair cars, meaning that wheelchair users can have complete freedom to drive themselves, wherever and whenever they want.
Drive from wheelchair vehicles make the ideal choice for wheelchair users who have recently become disabled or, equally, for people who previously drove standard cars but can no longer transfer into the driver's seat. They could also be ideal for a young disabled driver who has just passed their test, offering independent driving for work or further education.
The all-new Peugeot Bipper offers a new freedom to wheelchair users by making fully independent travel possible. Impulse's automatic tailgate and ramp, combined with the full flat, lowered floor make it easy and convenient for a wheelchair driver to enjoy full use of their car unaided. A variety of driving aids and adaptations can also be provided to assist disabled drivers.
There are a number of things to consider when buying a drive from wheelchair vehicle and Allied Mobility can help you with them all. Firstly our specially trained Mobility Consultants can offer advice on the suitability of a drive from wheelchair car. They can also put you in touch with your regional assessment centre.
Another important factor to consider is whether you have a suitable wheelchair to drive from - due to safety considerations you cannot drive from a manual wheelchair. Once you know you have a suitable power chair the ideal locking station can be chosen to add to your drive from wheelchair vehicle.
Allied Mobility advisors can also help answer any other questions you may have and guide you through the process from start to finish.