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Electric wheelchairs mobility for virtually any type of disability.

Innovations have made control of electric wheelchairs manageable for everyone. Today, manual and electric wheelchairs have become a physical extension of the rider. But it wasn't until 1979, when an anti-trust suit was settled, that an era of competition and design innovation began resulting in better pricing and greater mobility in both manual and electric wheelchairs.

Today we can find lightweight, transport, ultra light wheelchairs along with ramps and lifts. Now sleek sports models are used in competition as formal leagues for basketball, tennis, racing and many other sports are developed for users of manual and electric wheelchairs.

An estimated 2 million Americans use mobility products and/or motorized scooters. For some, obstacles such as stairs, elevated curbs and rocky terrain may no longer pose such a steep challenge.

The Food and Drug Administration has approved what is being called the SUV of electric wheelchairs. The iBOT, priced at $29,000, can climb stairs, bound up curbs, and glide through gravel, sand and grass. It can even elevate a seated passenger to reach the top shelf at a grocery store.

You'll be able to easily find manual and electric wheelchairs as well as sports model wheelchairs that support a variety of activities and lifestyles.

Comfort, quality and affordability are attributes that we know are important to users and that is what you'll find as you shop for electric wheelchairs and wheelchair accessories in the online store.

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