Swincar Mobility options
Swincar’s innate design has the needs of drivers with mobility challenges in mind. Either a single seater or a tandem can be configured with multiple mobility options. Standard vehicles are all hand controlled and the “Swingarms” can open to enable the driver to transfer from a wheelchair into the Swincar. The manufacturer is continuously innovating, making Swincar the best choice for off-road driving for all.
Every vehicle comes equipped with hand-controlled braking and acceleration. Also, the thumb throttle can easily be moved to the right or left.
Enable easy transfers from / to wheelchairs. Can also be setup either on the left or right side of the vehicle.
Reclining rallye seat
Great for those without the finger strength or dexterity to safely operate the standard hand brakes and throttle. This option allows drivers to control their speed by pulling and pushing the steering wheel towards and away from them.
This option is going to significantly reduce how much work your shoulders have to do to control your Swincar. The power steering module makes for an easier driving experience and even reduces the “degrees to turn,” which means you don’t need to turn the steering wheel quite as far to execute sharp turns.
Joy Stick Configuration
This option is for our off-road travelers with very little upper-body mobility. You don’t have to worry about a steering wheel, you don’t have to worry about hand brakes. Just a joystick. It’s the simplicity of a powerchair, with all the capability and independence of a Swincar. So it’s way more power and way less chair.
Combine hydraulic and electric braking to maximize stopping power and efficiency. Ideal for those who want to control braking with a very light touch.
A simpler braking system, using a thumb controller instead of brake levers. Combines with progressive electric brakes and is ideal for drivers with reduced grip strength or dexterity.
Enhanced battery gauge
For drivers with reduced mobility, running out of power out in the woods is a true safety concern. Swincar’s new enhanced Battery Monitor gives the driver a large visual display showing how much power is remaining, to help ensure you head to a power supply for a re-charge in plenty of time.
Blogs – Adaptive Swincar
This past Saturday, we had the biggest and most successful Swincar Mobility Demo Day in Richmond (Virginia) with Sportable that we’ve ever had! The best part: no one involved in organizing this demo day met one another in person until the morning of the event. Nobody...
Yes! off-roading for everyone... 2020 was the 'year of accessibility' for Swincar. The year saw the introduction of so many new developments for drivers with adaptive needs, we thought it would be worthwhile to do a quick summary of everything you can do to make your...
Exploring Trails as a Wheelchair User: My Experience Driving a Spider Car, Rosie Roaming, January 24 2021
Exploring Trails as a Wheelchair User: My Experience Driving a Spider Car Note: Social distancing was practiced the whole time, and masks were worn when in close-contact with people outside our household (which was only 15-20 minutes of our entire excursion). We...
9 Awesome Reasons for Wheelchair Users to Visit Accessible Chattanooga Several months ago, I received an invitation from the Chattanooga Convention and Visitors Bureau (CVB) to visit the Scenic City, as it’s also known, and share with you its accessible sights and...