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Adaptations Videos

Adaptations are divided into three categories: to help you drive, to help you stow your wheelchair or scooter and to help you get in and out of your car. The video clips show how each of the adaptations work.

driving Driving

Driving adaptations help with speed control, steering and signalling, and they vary from simple attachments to replacing all existing controls with a system individually designed for you. Watch the following videos to see examples of the most popular driving adaptations on the Scheme.

access Access

There are a number of adaptations that can be installed on a standard car to help access your car, if you are a wheelchair user. Watch the following videos to see examples of adaptations that may help you access your vehicle more comfortably.

stowage Stowage

The best way to lift your wheelchair or scooter into your car is with a stowage system, such as a boot hoist or rooftop stowage unit. Watch the following videos to see these adaptations in action.