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Electric Wheelchairs


We had the privilege of delivering this 2014 Toyota Alphard to Hervey Bay with full floor conversion in  the rear to cater for the wheelchair and aids, allowing for driver/carers and wheelchair in the rear.

The delivery of this vehicle means now that they can go further a field without waiting for public transport a holiday looks promising I feel!!

Thank you for allowing us to make this dream a reality!


Lauren & Isabella ("Issy")Taylor's lives would change with a vehicle to carry Issy and her electric wheelchair.  At the moment Lauren is transferring Issy, which as time goes on will only get more awkward for them and also Issy wouldn't have the independence of her own wheels if they don't have the right vehicle to transport it.

This vibrant young 3 year old is learning to master an electric wheelchair and is doing so with a great deal of determination.

Lauren contacted us from our website to give her a quote for a vehicle as she was trying to fund raise for one.  From here we have met both Lauren, Issy and their OT Aileen where we have had trials with a vehicle and the new electric wheelchair.

Just meeting this mother and daughter gives you inspiration to go the extra mile to help them achieve their goals, hence the reason for us posting this along with the link to the Go Fund Me page

We pride ourselves on "Changing Lives"  this scenario definitely takes on our slogan, with pleasure!



Look Who We Helped Today

Well funny how the day pans out, we were about to leave the Town & Country Options Community Day at Pier Park Urangan, Hervey Bay, when the organizer Amanda Slocum, asked if there maybe a possibility to give someone a ride back to Maryborough as they had missed the public transport bus and the next one wasn't for an hour!

My only thoughts at this point would "Bubble" take this lovely lady in her electric wheelchair as the other vehicle we had there the Toyota Noah which would of worked easily apart from the fact that it was fully loaded with all the gear from the day to take to the Sunshine Coast Home Show of which we are at from tomorrow until Sunday.

A quick look at the chair and I could see that the headrest probably did come off and the handles were able to be collapsed.  Once at the start of the ramp to "Bubbles" I could see that the chair was definitely going to go up.

Here is the result

.......and as Marlene Margaret's carer said it was a much better ride home than the bus, even Margaret seemed okay with the whole thing when they were dropped back at "Fairhaven Retirement Village in Maryborough!

Go to our facebook page to get the video of the exit from the vehicle...  Thank you "Bubble" you are a legend, I knew you would be able to help us out somewhere  and you definitely saved the day for everyone, especially Margaret who was able to get her cup of tea at a reasonable time.

Look forward to seeing these 2 lovely ladies again.....