• Hand control for accelerator/brake mounted on floor or steering wheel. Designed for people with amputated or impaired function in the legs. The car must have an automatic gearbox.

  • Left-side accelerator pedal. Fitted left of the brake pedal for people with function in their left leg but no or impaired function in their right leg. The car must have an automatic gearbox.

  • Sliding board. Fixed, mounted sliding boards are used to reduce the risk of falling between the seat and wheelchair during transfers into and out of the car. Mounted on the threshold and easy to remove once in the car seat.

  • Turnout swivel seat. The swivel base makes life easier for people with problems getting in and out of the car. The swivel base and seat swing out over the edge of the threshold, reducing the distance when transferring from a rollator or wheelchair, for example. One major advantage is that the user can sit close to the back support without turning the body. The swivel base is available with manual or electric operation. Electric turning is recommended for people transferring into and out of the car themselves.

  • Turny height-adjustable car seat lift. Turny is used for high-sill vehicles. Turny swivels the car seat out through the door opening and lowers it to enable a comfortable sideways transfer to and from the seat. One advantage with the Turny function is that the whole seat is outside the vehicle, and makes it possible to place the wheelchair next to the seat for sideways transfers. Turny is also ideal to help with raising as the height is set with a simple press of the button. 

  • Carony dockable transfer wheelchair, available in a 12" transport version or with 24" driving wheels. The Carony wheelchair can be used with a Turnout swivel base or Turny car seat lift. The main advantage of the Carony system is that a person can be transferred directly from the home or workplace to the vehicle, and dock the system without having to lift the person manually. The seat and person are transferred directly from the wheelchair to the swivel base in the car. The Carony system boasts a variety of accessories such as various leg supports, thigh supports, body supports, neck supports, anti-tipping devices, swayback supports, arm-rests and alternative seats. The accessories are used to optimise the user’s seating position both in the wheelchair and in the car.

  • Wheelchair hoists for lifting manual and power wheelchairs. A wheelchair hoist fitted in the boot makes it easier to lift a wheelchair into the car. The hoist uses a coupling system to lift and turn the wheelchair into the luggage space. Hoists available with lifting capacity from 25 kg (for manual wheelchairs, rollators, prams etc.) up to 180 kg for power wheelchairs or scooters (electric mopeds).