Stacey enjoys visiting local shops and cafes. She finds that most buildings have a single step in order to get in the door, making it inaccessible for her as a power wheelchair user. Stacey would like a portable solution so that she can access more of her local shops with ease.
Portable Ramps are designed to allow wheelchair users to independently move over kerbs, gutters and other small height obstacles while moving through a town or city. The device is meant to be used for a single step or kerb.
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