Drive Medical Single Fold with Carry Bag
robin p. from ansonia, ct
60 yr. old female with severe ostroarthris with sciatic nerve damage. severe joint damage, spine damage.
Strong, easy to drive up and down, handle bar is a must to carry. perfect size for 2 step entry due to angle limitations. Easy to set up and remove.
heavy for a weak person to carry.
Reviewed on 03/31/2016
It is easy for a cane or walker user to handle. It will work with up to 2' rises.
preston l. from cumberland, md
Male who can walk short distances with a cane or walker. Uses the mobility scooter assistance with mobility around town.
It is sturdy and easy to maneuver.
It may not be long enough for some uses.
Reviewed on 10/09/2015
cynthia m. from evansville, in
Reviewed on 06/03/2015
The folding ramp allows me to get over the dip at end of the driveway and onto the street in my quiet neighborhood. No longer confined to my driveway!
barbara h. from clarksville, tn
80 years old, disabled (paraplegic due to TM - transverse myelitis - which damaged my spinal cord several years ago). Can't stand or walk.
Well made, with built-in carrying handle, and is easy for my caregivers to unfold and put in place. Has a nice carrying case that zips around it when it is not in use.
It is a little too heavy for me to handle from my wheelchair, so someone has to put it in place for me. Not too much of a drawback.
Reviewed on 07/13/2014
william m. from trussville, al
Disabled, in a powerchair.
It is light and easy to unfold and use.
None so far.
Reviewed on 05/26/2014
Needs to be 2 inches wider for a meduim-duty wheelchair. The handrims ride over the safety bars of the ramp.
wade t. from visalia, ca (caregiver)
Reviewed on 05/15/2014
steve h. from new carlisle, oh
C5/6 quadriplegic, using a power wheelchair.
Price and quality.
Reviewed on 05/03/2014
helene m. from ripon, ca
Reviewed on 09/25/2013
robert m. from victoria, mn (caregiver)
45 year old daughter with MS. ramp will be used for her to gain entrance to our home with her power chair when she visits
carry case for storage or transport for other uses, quality of product, ease of use
Reviewed on 01/05/2013
herbert w. from nutley, nj (caregiver)
Patient is 100 years old and has only limited mobility with the aid of walker.
Easy to move from one location to another, i.e. front porch to rear entrance.
Reviewed on 06/29/2012