Provides easier access to both driver and passenger, giving you more freedom
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Turny and Turny Orbit
This revolutionary system for higher vehicles provides easy access to an automotive seat. The seat rotates, comes out of the vehicle, and lowers to the ground, eliminating the climbing and twisting normaly required to enter a higher vehicle. The Turny is rotated manually, while the Turny Orbit has powered rotation.
The Companion Seat
If you or a family member have difficulty entering and exiting your minivan, the Braun Companion Seat is your key to greater mobility. Its automatic operation and rugged construction enable the semi-ambulatory to reliably and conveniently board the front passenger seat of Chysler, Ford, and GM minivans. The Companion seat system utilizes your van's original seat, but replaces the existing base with a unique power base that extends the seat out the door a fuly twenty inches. Near the ned of the cycle, the seat tilts forward six inches to make boarding safe and easy.
Toyota Lift Up Seat
For caregivers and anyone who lives with mobility challenges and is able to trasfer from a wheelchair or scooter, this seat offers unmatched ease of use, safety and comfort. Made exclusivley for both the right fgront or right middle seating position in 2004 and later Toyota Sienna minivans. This seat rotates 90 degrees, comes out of the vehicles and lowers to within 17' of the ground to make getting in and out a breeze!
A fully powered, compact transfer seat for pickups and higher SUVs that is mounted outside the vehicle.
- Original factory seats retain all their manual and powered functions. No obstructions in the car or seating compartment
- A sealed container, normally affixed to running board mounts holds the Stow-Away
- By simply pushing a single button, a drawer opens and the seat rises to the designed transfer height, then up to the vehicle seat height.