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The Action Mobility Foundation (established by the manufacturer of the Trackchair provides grants to those who qualify, to help cover a portion of the cost of the chair. 77 InnovativeHealthMag.com The Trackchair is permissible on all local, state and federal beaches, rail trails, and parks. They are made in the USA in a state-of- the-art “Green” facility in Marshall, MN. The electric Trackchair goes a maximum of eight miles drive-time on a full charge. Its large catalog boasts 18 standard colors, including camo designs; and offers 37 accessories. The NT model is an exciting new product. It provides the rugged all-terrain durability the Trackchair family is known for, with the ability to drive through doorways and load into wheelchair-adapted vans. Just as capable as any other models, it is the most narrow-tracked wheelchair on the market at 29.5 inches. It has fully adjustable, swing up armrests, an adjustable seat back, and foot rests. Other features of Trackchairs, many exclusive to the brand, include being the only tracked wheelchair with tilt in-space seating; with standing capability; with pediatric models in both seated and standing models. And the only with RESNA (Rehab Engineering Society of North America) certification. Brian Reno is the owner/operator of Michigan Outdoor Mobility, the exclusive Trackchair dealer in Michigan. He is a veteran and a volunteer for many disability- related non-profits in Michigan such as Camp Liberty, Michigan Operation Freedom Outdoors, Wheelin Team 457, and others. More than 3,000 Trackchairs are in use, approximately 150 in Michigan. They are covered by most auto insurance companies, have special offers for disabled veterans, farmers, and first responders (EMT, fire, police, etc.). The Action Mobility Foundation (established by the manufacturer of the Trackchair provides grants to those who qualify, to help cover a PHOTO Brian Reno with his son Alan (left) and SSgt Travis Mills, who lost all four limbs while serving with the US Army. He is originally from Michigan.  portion of the cost of the chair. “I love what I do,” said Brian again. It is easy to see. And many disabled Michiganders, including a lot of veterans, love what he does too. I Michigan Outdoor Mobility 989-277-0524  mioutdoormobility.com  “ “


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