When you travel, you can use resources such as airports, travel agents, and hotels, to help you arrange for a wheelchair rental. However, if you are not flying to your destination and if you are staying with friends or family, you may have to spend more time looking for local resources and making arrangements yourself.
Earlier this year, we looked at the concept of wheelchair accessible travel, specifically what it means for wheelchair users who visit our home city of Philadelphia.
Today we’d like to take a broader view of this topic and pass along some tips from John Morris of Wheelchair Travel, whose thoughts on exploring Philadelphia were so helpful. If you’re considering whether to buy or rent a wheelchair in Philadelphia before taking a trip, you might want to study his suggestions.