Have you ever tried to use a wheelchair outdoors when it wasn’t on a hard surface such as a sidewalk? Where those without the need of a wheelchair can readily take in the outdoor sights in Racine, Kenosha, Lake Geneva, Milwaukee, Appleton, Neenah, and the surrounding areas, people in wheelchairs find this very difficult, until now. At Access Elevator we have the solution that will change how wheelchair users interact with the great outdoors: tracked wheelchairs. If you have ever wanted an all-terrain or off-road wheelchair, you can now enjoy the hiking trails in parks, enjoying the lakeshore, and more. Contact us today to learn more about the tracked wheelchairs we now offer.

What Are Tracked Wheelchairs

Tracked Wheelchairs in Racine, Kenosha, Lake Geneva, Milwaukee, Appleton, NeenahThink about a tank with the tracks that they have, and you have a good visual for what a tracked wheelchair looks like. These wheelchairs aren’t stopped by the small things that would render a regular wheelchair inoperable, including small sticks, cracks in walkways, small stones, and more. Instead, your tracked wheelchair will easily ride right over these obstacles.

The TrackMaster tracked wheelchairs that we carry also feature the ability to quickly turn your wheelchair by operating just one of the tracks or having each track move in opposite directions. You can quickly turn when you need without worrying about getting stuck or encountering an obstacle that would make your standard wheelchair stop. Our tracked wheelchairs can be used anywhere and can still fit through most doorways because they are the same width as a standard wheelchair.

The TrackMaster Wheelchair

We have partnered with TrackMaster Mobility to offer two different tracked wheelchairs. These tracked wheelchairs feature marine grade wiring so it can take the outdoor elements without failing. They can also go through water up to 12 inches deep without any problems, which makes going through puddles and other wet conditions a non-issue. An important feature of these tracked wheelchairs is that the motors are equipped with electronic brakes that prevent the wheelchair from moving while on uneven terrain.

You no longer need to be limited to hard surfaces when outdoors when you have a tracked wheelchair. Get out there and do your favorite activities in Racine, Kenosha, Lake Geneva, Milwaukee, Appleton, Neenah, and the surrounding areas, and it all starts with Access Elevator. Contact our team today to learn more about the tracked wheelchair options.

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