These portable wheelchair ramps by Silver Spring have a unique design which allows them to fold up into one quarter of their size for easy storage and transportation. With a 600 lb capacity, these lightweight aluminum ramps are used for loading power wheelchairs and scooters into vehicles and navigating stairs and curbs. The ramps are made from lightweight aluminum and are covered with a grip tape surface to provide traction in all weather conditions. Each breaks down or folds up to a compact size and can easily be carried by the integrated rubber handle. Available in six different sizes.
Made of 'no rust' lightweight aluminum - 600 lb capacity
Covered with high-traction surface for safety
Unique hinge folds to 1/4 of its original size
Breaks down into two easy-to-carry pieces
Comfortable carrying handle
Velcro latches keep ramps folded during transportation
Included steel security pins allow ramps to be anchored
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Roll over stairs, up to a ledge, or into a vehicle with Silver Spring portable scooter ramps. Each wheelchair ramp has a multi-folding design, allowing it to fold down into only 1/4 of its usable size, making the ramp easy to store or carry. Once folded, pulling the safety release pin allows the portable wheelchair ramps to be split into two feather-light sections, each with its own comfortable carrying handle. Velcro latches ensure that the wheelchair ramps don't unfold when they're not needed. When the scooter ramps are needed, setting them up is simple.
With the ability to hold up to 600lbs, and a large, angled lip, these portable wheelchair ramps are sturdy and safe. Preventing slips and falls, the lip of the scooter ramp is serrated, and the surface of the ramp has a grip tape covering. Ensuring that the wheelchair, powerchair, or mobility scooter stays on the suitcase ramp are 1-3/4" tall side rails. For extra stability, the top lip of the wheelchair ramp has mounting holes, allowing the ramp to be pinned into place with included hardware. Constructed of aluminum, these lightweight wheelchair ramps are rustproof. Multiple lengths are available to fit any application, and all of the scooter ramp models are backed by a one year manufacturer's warranty.
Just recieved my ramp, works wonderful, gives much more freedom. What I really love is the fact I ordered on Sunday and recieved it Wednesday and no shipping charge. Great company to deal with kept me informed thru whole process.
5 StarsLightweight, sturdy and economical
Michael from MI wrote (October 11, 2014):
What a wonderful product. My wife who has MS along with a spinal disease, could no longer handle the couple of steps down into our garage. I was about to build my own ramp, but knew there would be problems with it getting in the way. I wasn't aware there were portable ramps available, until I ran across the Discount Ramps website. The ramp I purchased is very easy to set up and take down. Being so lightweight, it is easy to fold up and store out of the way. I was also happy to see it is made in the U.S. It's getting hard to find economical products that aren't foreign made. I saw several other products on the website that we could use in the future, and will turn to Discount Ramps for them.
5 StarsPortable Ramps WCMF10
Tony from OH wrote (October 09, 2014):
Lightweight and sturdy and easy to transport. This is being used to load equipment into the back of a pick-up. This product will be used extensively and appears it will be able to handle the job nicely for a good price.
4 StarsMultiple Uses and sturdy.
Cindy from CO wrote (September 19, 2014):
Besides wheelchair use, we're using this ramp to move small quantities of items down three stairs. Using this ramp for moving dollies and carts with product boxes. Anything with wheels easily goes down this sturdy ramp.
5 StarsSturdy, Economical, Easy to Set Up
Pat from NJ wrote (September 14, 2014):
My husband can't get down the steps to our home any more. He is 89, and our house is not accessible. I couldn't get him out of the house. With the new ramp, I can get him in a wheelchair, push him down the ramp, over to the car, and take him wherever we need to go.