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Which Vehicle Lift is best for me? Click here for more information

Which Vehicle Lift is Best for me?


5 Key Tips to avoid making a mistake

Before ordering a Vehicle Lift that may not be right for your particular needs or vehicle, please empower yourself with the following tips to make the best decision.


What is a Vehicle Lift and how does it work?

A Vehicle Lift, also called a Mobility Lift, is a piece of equipment attached to your vehicle designed to load and unload your mobility device (normally a Scooter or Power Wheelchair). ... Read More


Tip 1: Learn the different ways that a Vehicle Lift can be installed on your vehicle.


Vehicle lifts can be installed several ways Internally (inside the back of your vehicle) or Externally to the rear with a trailer hitch. Each way has certain pros and cons to consider; like complete protection from the weather versus reduced interior space. ... Read More


Tip 2: Will a Lift work on my vehicle?


The type of vehicle you have is the most critical factor when determining which lift is best for your needs. Most vehicles like cars, sedans or even sub compact SUV’s ... Read More


Tip 3: What is the Tongue Weight* of your vehicle?


Tongue Weight is different from pulling weight and refers to the downward maximum weight your vehicle can safely handle. ... Read More


Tip 4: Who will install my Vehicle Lift and what is involved?


Typically, the provider of the lift can install the platform for you. For external lifts and electrical connections, some units require ... Read More


Tip 5: A manual platform vs. an Electric Version, which is best for me?


The main benefit to a manual (external version only) is the price. You still have to have physical strength to ... Read More


Unfortunately, insurance does not cover the cost of Vehicle Lifts, but companies like Southern Mobility and Medical do offer a Best Price Guaranty and payment options to make purchasing more affordable.


Which Stair Lift is best for me? Click here for more information

Key Points to Consider When Deciding About a Stair Lift


Love your home but fear your stairs? It’s a common problem as we age – and there’s a simple solution that protects your safety and lets you keep enjoying all areas of your home, no matter which floor. Stair Lifts allow you to stay in your home when you might otherwise need to move. Don’t cut yourself off from half of your home because you think you can’t access it. You can. With a Stair Lift, you can go back to using all of your home. Now you don’t need to confine yourself to just one floor, move from your home or enter a senior living facility prematurely just to avoid the perils of a fall.


                   


  • What is a Stair Lift? A stair lift is a chair that mechanically climbs up and down a staircase on a small rail that’s attached to the stairs. It’s safe, ... Read More
  • Will a Stair Lift work on my particular stairs? Yes! Stair lifts come in two main designs; one for a straight staircase and one that is designed for any type of curved stairs or ... Read More
  • How much does a Stair Lift cost? Straight Stair Lifts are typically much less than a curved Stair lift since they are easier to install and use premade straight rails. Straight Stair Lifts start at $1995 to $3500 based ... Read More
  • Advantages of a Stair Lift versus moving out of your home. A Stair Liftallows you to continue to have safe access to your entire home, no matter which floor you want access. It also allows you to ... Read More
  • Does insurance pay for Stair Lifts? Unfortunately not, but companies like Southern Mobility and Medical do offer a Best Price Guaranty and payment options to make purchasing a Stair Lift more affordable.

Sadly, one in three seniors will suffer a fall this year. Falls involving stairs can be particularly troublesome. Stair lifts protect you from this danger and thus remove a major risk to staying in the home you love. It truly is impossible to put a price on the safety that stair lifts offer. Whether you’re concerned about a dangerous fall on your stairs or simply need a little extra help getting up and down, you’re just like millions of other aging Americans today. Stair lifts eliminate the fears and anxiety associated with navigating your stairs.

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