Wheelchair/Occupant Restraints

We fit a range of fully crash tested docking systems and wheelchair restraints. A docking system will allow the wheelchair occupant to safely dock themselves into position without the need for someone to manually lock the individual wheelchair straps to the floor. The electronic release button enables the occupant to undock themselves in the same way.

Wheelchair restraints, will allow someone to travel in a wheelchair with both their wheelchair and themselves strapped safely in position.

This system is most commonly used in Wheelchair Accessible Vehicles where the wheelchair user will have an assistant to help strap the chair in position.

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