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electric wheelchairs

Q&A: How do wheelchair people get to work?

5 Comments 16 October 2011

Question by andrey_from_pa: How do wheelchair people get to work?
Let’s say a wheelchair person is able to drive,but does not have a car. How would one travel to work and back? Is it comfortable to use Septa to get to work? I have not seen much wheelchair people doing this. I’m a wheelchair user myself and I need this info, because I will have to think of transportation that will get me to work and back home.

Any suggestions, perhaps a personal experience or maybe a wheelchair person that you know that travels to work would be much appreciated!
I know Septa has ramps and lifts for wheelshairs, but is it comfortable inside the bus when it’s all crowded?

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Answer by Joshums
Public transportation. Public buses have special lifts for wheelchair people.

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Q&A: Can a lawn battery work in a mobility scooter?

1 Comment 15 August 2011

Question by Lisa: Can a lawn battery work in a mobility scooter?

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Answer by Soundra
Yes, but it will have significantly less run time.

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Q&A: how does an electric wheelchair work?

4 Comments 14 June 2011

Question by Kawaii: how does an electric wheelchair work?
Well my grandmother in Vietnam is becoming really ill and cannot walk herself to places such as the bathroom, so I was wondering in sending an electric wheelchair over there. I don’t think that my uncle would want to carry her every single time she need to use the toilet so this should do the job. How do you charge it. Is is like a battery that you can just plug into the wall and charge it?

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Answer by Russell
an electric chair will kill her!!

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