A blue frame with two levers for manual steering, braking and accelerating; plus a third steering wheel at the back. The backrest folds over and the footplate can be removed, making it easy to store/transport. It even fits perfectly in my Mini Countryman boot!
Source of Wheelchair:
Multiple Sclerosis (MS)
For me, this chair is purely my go outdoors and have a fun chair. It’s not really practical to use in shops due to the size, plus it doesn’t reverse so you need to allow enough space for turning and thinking ahead. But you soon get used to it!
Since I’ve had my E Trike I’ve been back up Malvern Hills and Bredon Hill, both of which are local to where I live and not easily accessible on an average chair or scooter. It is also much more comfortable than using a scooter; although it’s wise to have an assistant on the way down, as it can skid on wet surfaces. Best of all, the battery lasts all day – although your weight, chosen terrain, and inclines can impact how long it lasts.