Critical Water Safety and Cleaning
All Magic Mobility power chairs have electric motors and components and therefore must NEVER be driven through water, into rivers, creeks and the sea.
When your power chair has been used in coastal, wet or salty environments, we recommend that extra cleaning care is taken to reduce the risk of rusting. After returning, all parts should be wiped down with warm water on a cloth. Under no circumstances should your power chair be hosed down. Your power chair should then be left in a warm and dry environment. It may also help to blow as much of the sand and/or salt off as possible.
For further information please click here to read your Owner’s Manual.
Crash Testing, Tie Downs and Seat Belts
At Magic Mobility, safety and reliability go hand in hand. Our powered and manual wheelchairs are built to last, giving you peace of mind that you can achieve quality hassle-free mobility for many years.
The Department of Transportation has not approved any tie-down system for transportation of a user while in a wheelchair in a moving vehicle of any type. It is Magic Mobility’s position that users of wheelchairs should be transferred into appropriate seating in vehicles for transportation and use be made of the restraints made available by the auto industry.
We adhere to the following industry standards:
ANSI/RESNA WC/Vol 1 – Section 19 and ISO7176-19 restraint system.
Please refer to our flyer for more information regarding Crash Testing.
Other Safety Features:
Magic Mobility has developed an inclinometer for our Frontier V4 Off-Road power chair. What is it? It’s a fancy word for a device that measures your angle of tilt relative to a flat surface.
The inclinometer is fitted to the RWD so that when it reaches an unsafe angle it will not drive, helping to prevent the user from being able to climb up an unsafe slope that would otherwise result in tipping the chair.