My son Carson is very active with his electric wheelchair, fishing,

ice fishing, rv'ing. which means snow, ice, mud, gravel, curbs,

sand, all round rough riding.

His present chair is a Pride 600, which seems to be wore out

already after only 3 yrs. Motors, bearings, etc. It has been costin

us a fortune for repairs. Plus it hasn't been very reliable on

Vacations.

We are now in the process of getting him a new one. Shoppers has

suggested the Pride 6000, which goes faster and can handle

curbs better. Anyone have any suggestions? Is Pride even a

good reliable chair???

 

Thanks

Cindy

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austin , 11, is an active boy here in vermont. your boy needs a trac-a- bout, google it,it is a wheelchair on tracks. it climbs hills, grass, sand, snow, mud, even over roots and logs. a 5 in curb is no problem! i know, i sound like a commercial, i kind of am because we had to agree to be a dealer to get one, because we didnt have any dealers around us, and the far away ones wanted a lot for it. because we became dealers we can get them cheaper than everyone else, they are still expensive, but we dont try to make profit, just cover shipping costs and stuff, anyway, email me for more info if you want, this thing is truely amazing, and allows our kiddo freedom he hasnt had in years. jennmcnary@yahoo.com
H Jenn,

Thanks for the info, the Trac a Bout looks excellent. What is the approx cost?

We just got back from RVing in Vermont, we were in South Hero.

thanks
Cindy
hi, i hope you got my email, i dont know where south hero is, my husband says it is quite a bit north of us!

cindy curr said:
H Jenn,

Thanks for the info, the Trac a Bout looks excellent. What is the approx cost?

We just got back from RVing in Vermont, we were in South Hero.

thanks
Cindy

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