Wheelchair Car

    • Anonymous
      December 12, 2008 at 4:14 pm

      I want one 😀


    • Anonymous
      December 13, 2008 at 12:39 am

      Very cool!

      Can’t imagine Christmas shopping!

      Maybe we could put this on our Santa list! LOL!


    • Anonymous
      December 13, 2008 at 11:24 am

      What a cute little car, looks like it would be fun to drive. But I live in northern MN & this weekend we are expected to get 12-18″ of snow this weekend, so I don’t think it would work for me here. I have to laugh when everyone criticises the auto companies for making so many SUVs & trucks with 4×4. I wish some of the critics would spend one winter in northern MN & then they would see the need for these vehicles. We have a Dodge Ram truck & a Ford Escape, both with 4×4, & also keep my minvan, as it has a power lift for my power chair. But yesterday, the Big Ram had to come out!

    • Anonymous
      December 13, 2008 at 1:38 pm

      Just in case you could get to the site this it what the car looks like. It would be great in a city without snow.


    • Anonymous
      December 14, 2008 at 1:17 am

      Is this for real..I absolutely love this car..

    • Anonymous
      December 14, 2008 at 6:26 am

      It’s for real, just not in actual production yet. I read some of the news clips, I think they are waiting for some final approval or something to distribute in the UK. I would be really shocked if it ever came here because of the safety issue but stranger things have happened. Perhaps we will come up with our own version of this since electric cars and trucks are becoming more popular. I’m waiting for the ultimate smart car, one that can get me where I want to go while I’m taking a nap.

      On another note – for the motorcycle riders… you can ride your wheelchair right up into this one too. It looks a bit colder than the Kengaru but would likely go in snow judging by the size of the tires. Sorry no pics but here is the website.


      (I got photobucket working again)

      and a quote from their CEO whom I like without ever meeting him just for his attitude:

      [QUOTE]”We want our riders to know that it’s not their disabilities, but their abilities that count,” says Rad Hunsley, president and COO of Boss Hoss. “We have riders with a variety of handicaps that love our trikes. We are now offering those that do not have use of their legs the freedom to ride!”[/QUOTE]