Prairie View Ramps Threshold Ramp
ron f. from jacksonville, al
I use the ramp at my backdoor for my scooter. It was perfect Thank you very much
Reviewed on 11/22/2015
barbara k. from sarasota, fl
75 year old disabled woman who uses an electric scooter.
The ramp stays where you put it (it does not move every time you drive over it), and stays firm while in use.
None so far.
Reviewed on 09/04/2015
roger b. from barre, vt
Non slip surface, lightweight
It flexes too much
Reviewed on 06/10/2015
john m. from venice, fl
New scooter user .. age 69..male...350 lbs...short walking distance...
Ease of set-up
None to speak of
Reviewed on 05/13/2015
charles g. from hockesin, de (caregiver)
It is used to go over the door sill in and out of the house using a scooter by a person that had a stroke, paralizing her entire side
It is very strong
Reviewed on 12/31/2014
This ramp enables me to go in and out of my house in my power chair.
donna b. from candler, nc
I have MS.
It makes it possible to go in and out without assistance.
The attachment screws need to be longer.
Reviewed on 07/12/2014
nancy b. from garden ridge, tx
Reviewed on 07/12/2013
shirlee l. from coudersport, pa (caregiver)
We placed the ramps at the end of a wooden ramp we had made for Tom's scooter. I feel we gave him back his freedom because now he can go places.
Reviewed on 05/26/2013
richard g. from rochester hills, mi (caregiver)
Elder woman, limited mobility, occasionally needs to use wheelchair
We are very satisfied with our purchase. The product has quality construction and appears to be very durable. It's just what we hoped for.
Reviewed on 01/28/2013
david s. from dyer, nv
I have IBMPFD, so permanently in a power wheelchair. Still need to comfortabley cross thresholds to enter and leave the house.
low height, ease of use, light weight
too narrow, i.e., needs to be a minimum of 30 inches wide.
Reviewed on 07/12/2012