Car Hoists For Wheelchairs and Mobility Scooters

From £1,795

Car hoists will lift your scooter, wheelchair or powerchair and load it into the boot of your car. All at the touch of a button.

 

  • CompatibilityMost vehicles dependent on size of mobility device
  • InstallationSimple by a trained engineer
  • Finance optionsAvailable
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Who can benefit from our boot hoists?

Wheelchairs, powerchair or scooter users may very well have limited upper body strength, so may find a wheelchair and mobility scooter hoist particularly helpful, as it can reduce the physical effort required to load and unload their mobility vehicle.

How they work

Via lifting points which have been installed on a wheelchair, powerchair or scooter, the mobility device is attached to the car boot hoist crane-like lifting arm. Using the remote control, and guided by the user, the hoist arm lifts the mobility device off the ground and moves it into the rear of the vehicle. Once the mobility device is securely in place, the user can safely transport it to their destination using the car hoist for wheelchairs and mobility scooters.

Have used my boot hoist over 100 times and it is a life saver for me. Works perfectly every time, is precise in positioning and takes only a couple of minutes from parking up to zooming off on my scooter.

Neil Dryden

Our boot hoists brands

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Autochair

Born from one man’s desire for greater independence, Autochair is a world-leading manufacturer of vehicle adaptation products. Products which have been making a difference to the lives of tens of thousands of people for over 40 years.

From a unique person lift solution to the most powerful scooter and wheelchair hoists on the market, Autochair makes car travel easy and accessible to all.

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Brig Ayd Controls

Over the last 45 years, Brig-Ayd Controls have developed an innovative catalogue of driving solutions including car hand controls that can be tailored to your unique requirements.

Understanding that no two people’s disabilities are the same, there is no ‘one size fits all’ in the product range. Instead, each adaptation is tailored for your own level of mobility, comfort and specific driving style.

FAQs

Is specialist training required to use a boot hoist?

No, our range of boot hoists do not require specialist training as they are simple to operate following a demonstration conducted by one of our vehicle adaptation specialists at point of install.

What is the weight capacity of a boot hoist?

Within our range, we have one of the most powerful hoists on the market, capable of lifting some of the heaviest scooters and powerchairs up to 200 kg.

Can a boot hoist be installed on any type of vehicle?

Our range of boot hoists can be fitted into hundreds of different cars including manual, automatic, petrol/diesel and hybrid/electric. For specific vehicle compatibility, we always recommend contacting our team to check and confirm.

What is the maximum lifting height of a boot hoist?

The maximum lifting height will be relative to your vehicle. Contact our team for specific compatibility advice.

How long does a boot hoist typically last?

If well maintained and operated as advised, a boot hoist should last for many years.

Can the parcel shelf still be used once a boot hoist has been fitted?

In most instances, the parcel shelf has to be removed whilst using the boot hoist.

Can my boot hoist be transferred if I change my vehicle?

When the time comes to change car, we recommend contacting our team to check compatibility of your boot hoist with the new vehicle and confirm if we can facilitate a transfer.

Is it possible to load more than one item when using the boot hoist?

Depending on compatibility we can fit lifting brackets to multiple mobility devices for use with the boot hoist. However, in most instances, only one mobility device can be lifted and stowed at once.

Can I keep my rear seats up when using a boot hoist?

This is dependent on the length of your mobility device and the length of your boot. For specific advice, we always recommend contacting our team to check and confirm.