Portable Ramps

Portable Ramps

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Single- and multi-fold portable ramps are not only handy but very strong, sturdy and compatible with almost all your travel mobility devices. Includes threshold, plain, telescopic and more.

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Rollator or Walker: Similar but Different

Kevin Cleary Jul 07,2016

As we age we sometimes require a little help to maintain our stability and mobility. The last thing we want for ourselves or our loved ones is to fall and sustain an injury occur to ourselves or a loved one.

Benefits of Wheelchairs

Kevin Cleary Dec 03,2016

Longer distances can present a greater challenge to those with limited mobility and due to an injury/illness, or just aging in general, fatigue can be a major problem. Wheelchairs (both manual and powered) and even scooters can make these greater

FAQ's

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It is always better to choose the longest ramp possible that suits the space it needs to fit into, your ability to lift /store/move it & within the budget you want to spend. This will produce a lesser gradient and makes it easier and safer for the wheelchair or scooter to self-propel or to be assisted.

Steeper gradients are fine for loading unladen scooters and powerchairs into vehicles. 6 - 8ft long ramps will work for most vehicles.

Yes, portable ramps are suitable for porches with some models supporting up to 24 inches in height.

Yes, Portable ramps come with a lip approximately 1? in height to prevent a wheelchair, scooter, and other mobility devices from rolling off.

Folding ramps provide a simple and safe way to navigate through doorways, raised landings, curbs, and more. These ramps fold up for added portability. Most models in this category are lightweight, and some ramps can even be carried like a suitcase.