Please use the above Vehicle/Lift compatibility calculator (below) to choose the best option to transport your Power-chair or Scooter. Our simply call our Harmar Lift Experts, at 866-218-0902
The MedicalDepartmentStore.com now carries a large selection of wheelchair
lifts ranging from manual lifts to full power lifts, where you will do nothing
more than push a button.
Most models we carry attach to a hitch on the back of your vehicle, while
other models lift your mobility product into the trunk of your car or back of
your van. Our Wheelchair-Scooter lift experts are fully trained and can help
you to find the right model to match your exact lifting needs. Call at
866-218-0902 and we can help determine which model will work best for your
vehicle, your mobility equipment, and your physical capabilities.
How can I make sure the wheelchair lift will work with my vehicle and my power
Use our Online Wheelchair - Scooter Compatibility Tool from Harmar, by clicking
on the Harmar logo below.
Or just Simply Call us at 866-218-0902 and let our expert service staff help you make a informed decision.
We just need to know your:
Wheelchair or Scooter you plan to lift.
We will do the research and provide a recommendation back to you on the combination or combinations that meet your budget and will work for you!
If you place your order online, please note that we will need to contact you and confirm that your vehicle and scooter or wheelchair - lift combination works before your order is shipped.
I am unsure of the Hitch Type.
Hitch receivers are classed in three categories: Class I, Class II and Class III. The chart below will provide some examples. Hitches are weight classed, be careful to follow the recommended guidelines for your hitch.
How do I install my lift?
Lifts are not that hard to install. A competent mechanic should have no problem, but as a premier Harmar dealer, we work with a network of professional vehicle Lift Installers. Most lifts are covered under this agreement. In the case of a covered lift, we can have your Harmar vehicle lift installed anywhere in the United States in just a few days.
Installing Manually Operated Wheelchair Lifts:
Most manually operated wheelchair lifts can be installed yourself. Manual lifts, like the Tilt-A-Rack line or the Tilt-n-Tote, slide into a hitch on the back of your vehicle. The Tilt-A-Rack line even has a wheel accessory which allows you to install and remove the hitch with just one person.
Installing Power Operated Wheelchair Lifts:
Electrically-powered wheelchair and scooter lifts may require drilling into the trunk or storage space of the vehicle, or wiring the unit directly to the car battery. The Medical Department Store recommends using our nationwide installation service, or a reputable auto mechanic as the lifts are quite easy to install for a qualified mechanic.