A lightweight, heavy duty lift is a brilliant design made to accommodate power wheelchairs. The hitch mounted wheelchair lift mounts quickly to Class II or III receivers. At 77 lbs, the aluminum lift features a 27-1/2" x 39" platform that holds power chairs up to 400 lbs. A license plate mount is available for easier visibility during travel. When not in use, the platform neatly folds up for easier maneuverability to make getting around town a pleasure.
The wheelchair lift from Harmar hoists power chairs up to 400 lbs and carries them directly behind your vehicle. A class II or III hitch receiver must be available to connect the power chair lift to the hitch.
A lightweight, yet heavy duty lift is available from Harmar to accommodate power wheelchairs. The hitch-mounted wheelchair lift mounts to class II or III receivers and is built to last. A Class III hitch adapter is included with the original purchase. Loading involves lowering the platform to the ground and rolling the power chair onto the platform. The lift keeps the chair in place with four Q'Straint straps and hooks. Four flat J-hooks make it easy to attach to a solid part of the power chair while self-tensioning straps tighten and lock themselves into place. No modifications are needed to the power chair for securing the Q-Straint straps. At 77 lbs, the aluminum lift is a lightweight option when selecting hitch-mounted power chair lifts. The 27-1/2" x 39" platform can hold power chairs up to 400 lbs. A license plate mount is available for easier visibility during travel. When the carrier is not occupied, the platform folds up and makes it easier for maneuvering and parking. A transferable 3 year warranty comes with the original purchase.
Harmar uses a method called Blue Touch Technology to train people in the stowing and deploying of power chairs and scooters. All of the parts that are used in securing a power vehicle are marked in highly visible Harmar blue. These parts include swing away handles, hold down bars, retractors, toggle switches, and other moving parts that must be attended to for securing a power chair.