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Scooter Lifts Installed with Monthly Payment Financing

Looking for ways to quickly and safely transport your mobility scooter or wheelchair?

In addition to accessible vehicles, MobilityWorks also provides a variety of scooter transport solutions to choose from… include the ones shown below with monthly payment options.

Today’s lifts have been re-engineered to be lighter in weight and have the ability to accommodate heavier scooters and wheelchairs on more vehicles. Installed by NMEDA certified technicians, trained to install these products by the manufacturer, you don’t need to worry about the lift working properly with your vehicle. Inquire online here.

The Bruno Outsider scooter lift is one our more popular solutions. This lift is fully powered so it makes lifting and storing your scooter or powerchair outside your vehicle virtually effortless, with one button operation.
The Bruno Curb-Sider makes lifting and storing your scooter or power chair inside your vehicle virtually effortless. The offset arm design allows lifting and lowering from behind, at the rear corner of, or on the side of the vehicle.
The Bruno Joey stores your unoccupied scooter or power chair inside your minivan or full size van at the touch of a button. Simply roll the mobility device on the platform from either side, hit a button, and let the Joey lift do all of the work!

Check out our monthly payment options on installed scooter lifts and wheelchair lifts here.

Disclaimers: † This payment does not represent the actual payment and is just an estimate. For example a $1,950 loan with an interest rate of 15.72% and an APR of 19.32% would result in an estimated monthly payment of $50.90 per month for a 60 month term. In this example an origination fee of $156 would apply which would be included in the principal loan amount and withheld from the loan proceeds. The Annual Percentage Rate (APR) is the cost of credit as a yearly rate. *This payment does not represent the actual payment and is just an estimate. For example a $2,400 loan with an interest rate of 15.72% and an APR of 19.32% would result in an estimated monthly payment of $62.65 per month for a 60 month term. In this example an origination fee of $192 would apply which would be included in the principal loan amount and withheld from the loan proceeds. The Annual Percentage Rate (APR) is the cost of credit as a yearly rate. ** This payment does not represent the actual payment and is just an estimate. For example a $3,000 loan with an interest rate of 15.72% and an APR of 19.32% would result in an estimated monthly payment of $78.32 per month for a 60 month term. In this example an origination fee of $240 would apply which would be included in the principal loan amount and withheld from the loan proceeds. The Annual Percentage Rate (APR) is the cost of credit as a yearly rate. The APR offered to you will depend on such factors as your credit score, application information, loan amount, term amount, and credit history. No loans are offered in Connecticut, New York, New Hampshire, West Virginia and Vermont.

 

 

I’m Getting a Mobility Scooter… Now How Do I Transport It?

Bruno Joey Scooter Lift

Compatibility With Your Vehicle and Travel Lifestyle are Key Issues

There are many options from which to choose when deciding how to best transport mobility scooters. The best option is usually determined by having a professional Certified Mobility Consultant (CMC) perform a needs analysis with you. He/she will ask questions about your physical abilities and limitations, anticipated type and frequency of use, the scooter itself and the type of vehicle being used to transport it. Once the CMC knows that information, they can recommend adaptive equipment that is compatible with your vehicle, your scooter and your lifestyle.

Sometimes a client will simply use a scooter lift that is concealed in the trunk of a car or cargo area of an SUV. Other times an external lift mounted to a tow hitch may be indicated. And there is always the option of getting a lowered floor minivan with an automatic ramp. The door and ramp can be operated remotely from a key fob, so the scooter operator can simply drive right inside to transfer.

Scooter Transportation Safety

A scooter should never be occupied during transport. Four-point tie downs or scooter docking stations should always be used to secure a scooter to assure that it never becomes a projectile in the event of an accident.

When selecting any adaptive driving equipment for your scooter, always make sure that it is FMVSS and NHTSA compliant. For further safety assurance, make sure that the equipment is supplied by a NMEDA member in good standing. This will make certain that the equipment meets all federal safety standards, and is installed by an accredited Quality Assurance Program distributor.

For additional information, contact our Client Care Center.

Photo courtesy of Bruno Independent Living Aids.