Wheelchair means a manually operated or power-driven device designed primarily for use by an individual with a mobility disability.
Wheelchair means a chair mounted on wheels driven by muscular or any other kind of power and used for the carriage of a person who has a physical defect or disability.
Examples of Wheelchair in a sentence
Wheelchair lift to be located “mid-vehicle” (between the front and rear axle and behind the ambulatory entrance door).
Wheelchair accessibility varies by site and can be determined by calling the above information contacts at the above locations.
More Definitions of Wheelchair
Wheelchair means a carriage—
Wheelchair means a chair mounted on 2 or more wheels that is built to transport a person who is unable to walk or has difficulty in walking, but does not include a pram, stroller or trolley;
Wheelchair means a chair with wheels specifically designed and approved for the vehicular transportation of a person in an upright, seated (Fowler's) position.
Wheelchair means a specialty chair or mobility aid that belongs to a class of three or four wheeled devices, usable indoors, usually designed for and used by persons with mobility impairments. Wheelchairs, as defined in these rules, shall not exceed 30 inches in width and 48 inches in length, as measured two inches above the ground, and shall not weigh more than 600 pounds when occupied.