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Accessibility solutions include wheelchair-accessible vehicles, driving controls operated by hand, accessible seating and more technology aimed at helping mobility users on the road.

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Diego Pediatric Seating

Diego Seating

This modular wheelchair seating system grows with children and was designed especially for pediatric users. The Diego features head positioning, a contoured back, fixed or swing-away laterals, and a contoured seat. CoolCore four-way-stretch covers on the seat and back wick away moisture and facilitate evaporation to keep kids more comfortable.

  • (800) 965-9229


Turny Evo Seat

Turny Evo Seat

  • Seat moves completely outside the vehicle and lowers to a level that facilitates safe transfers.
  • Once seated, the user pushes a button, and the seat lifts the person up and rotates into the vehicle.
  • Ideal for older clients who have trouble getting into SUVs, trucks or vans that sit higher off the ground.
  • Powered via a hand-held remote or optional smartphone app.
  • Operation takes 35-65 seconds in total travel time, depending on the desired seating position and type of vehicle.
  • (800) 946-7513

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