• Sale!
    Portable ramps are a great solution for getting a wheelchair up 1-3 steps. This 10ft portable ramp from EZ-Access is no exception! We recommend that you not exceed a 2:12 slope on most applications. For public access buildings, check your state codes. Portable ramps are intended for rises under 24″. Need to transport a power chair in a minivan? Portable ramps are the ideal solution for this situation. Portable ramps to load a wheelchair in the side door are usually the 6 or 8 foot variety. For the rear door or the tail gate of a pickup truck, 10′ portable ramps work very well. Safety Tips:
    1. Always have a qualified assistant present when using a portable ramp.
    2. Never use a walker on a portable ramp
    3. Never exceed a slope greater than 2″ on 12″ with an occupied chair or scooter. Never exceed a slope greater than 3″ on a 12″ with an unoccupied chair or scooter.
    4. Always make sure that the top of the ramp is secured on step or landing before using.
    5. Always follow the manufacture recommendations for chair or scooter.
    6. Always use your lap belt.
  • Sale!
    Portable ramps are a great solution for getting a wheelchair up 1-3 steps. This 8ft portable ramp from EZ-Access is no exception! We recommend that you not exceed a 2:12 slope on most applications. For public access buildings, check your state codes. Portable ramps are intended for rises under 24″. Need to transport a power chair in a minivan? Portable ramps are the ideal solution for this situation. Portable ramps to load a wheelchair in the side door are usually the 6 or 8 foot variety. For the rear door or the tail gate of a pickup truck, 10′ portable ramps work very well. Safety Tips:
    1. Always have a qualified assistant present when using a portable ramp.
    2. Never use a walker on a portable ramp
    3. Never exceed a slope greater than 2″ on 12″ with an occupied chair or scooter. Never exceed a slope greater than 3″ on a 12″ with an unoccupied chair or scooter.
    4. Always make sure that the top of the ramp is secured on step or landing before using.
    5. Always follow the manufacture recommendations for chair or scooter.
    6. Always use your lap belt.
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    Portable ramps are a great solution for getting a wheelchair up 1-3 steps. This 3ft portable ramp from EZ-Access is no exception! We recommend that you not exceed a 2:12 slope on most applications. For public access buildings, check your state codes. Portable ramps are intended for rises under 24″. Need to transport a power chair in a minivan? Portable ramps are the ideal solution for this situation. Portable ramps to load a wheelchair in the side door are usually the 6 or 8 foot variety. For the rear door or the tail gate of a pickup truck, 10′ portable ramps work very well. Safety Tips from RampNOW
    1. Always have a qualified assistant present when using a portable ramp.
    2. Never use a walker on a portable ramp
    3. Never exceed a slope greater than 2″ on 12″ with an occupied chair or scooter. Never exceed a slope greater than 3″ on a 12″ with an unoccupied chair or scooter.
    4. Always make sure that the top of the ramp is secured on step or landing before using.
    5. Always follow the manufacture recommendations for chair or scooter.
    6. Always use your lap belt.
  • Portable ramps are a great solution for getting a wheelchair up 1-3 steps. This 2ft portable ramp from EZ-Access is no exception! We recommend that you not exceed a 2:12 slope on most applications. For public access buildings, check your state codes. Portable ramps are intended for rises under 24″.

    Need to transport a power chair in a minivan? Portable ramps are the ideal solution for this situation. Portable ramps to load a wheelchair in the side door are usually the 6 or 8 foot variety. For the rear door or the tail gate of a pickup truck, 10′ portable ramps work very well.

    Safety Tips:
    • Always have a qualified assistant present when using a portable ramp.
    • Never use a walker on a portable ramp
    • Never exceed a slope greater than 2" on 12" with an occupied chair or scooter. Neverexceed a slope greater than 3" on a 12" with an unoccupied chair or scooter.
    • Always make sure that the top of the ramp is secured on step or landing before using.
    • Always follow the manufacture recommendations for chair or scooter.
    • Always use your lap belt.
  • Sale!
    Portable ramps are a great solution for getting a wheelchair up 1-3 steps. This 5ft portable ramp from EZ-Access is no exception! We recommend that you not exceed a 2:12 slope on most applications. For public access buildings, check your state codes. Portable ramps are intended for rises under 24″. Need to transport a power chair in a minivan? Portable ramps are the ideal solution for this situation. Portable ramps to load a wheelchair in the side door are usually the 6 or 8 foot variety. For the rear door or the tail gate of a pickup truck, 10′ portable ramps work very well. Safety Tips:
    1. Always have a qualified assistant present when using a portable ramp.
    2. Never use a walker on a portable ramp
    3. Never exceed a slope greater than 2″ on 12″ with an occupied chair or scooter. Never exceed a slope greater than 3″ on a 12″ with an unoccupied chair or scooter.
    4. Always make sure that the top of the ramp is secured on step or landing before using.
    5. Always follow the manufacture recommendations for chair or scooter.
    6. Always use your lap belt.
  • Sale!
    Portable ramps are a great solution for getting a wheelchair up 1-3 steps. This 7ft portable ramp from EZ-Access is no exception! We recommend that you not exceed a 2:12 slope on most applications. For public access buildings, check your state codes. Portable ramps are intended for rises under 24″. Need to transport a power chair in a minivan? Portable ramps are the ideal solution for this situation. Portable ramps to load a wheelchair in the side door are usually the 6 or 8 foot variety. For the rear door or the tail gate of a pickup truck, 10′ portable ramps work very well. Safety Tips:
    1. Always have a qualified assistant present when using a portable ramp.
    2. Never use a walker on a portable ramp
    3. Never exceed a slope greater than 2″ on 12″ with an occupied chair or scooter. Never exceed a slope greater than 3″ on a 12″ with an unoccupied chair or scooter.
    4. Always make sure that the top of the ramp is secured on step or landing before using.
    5. Always follow the manufacture recommendations for chair or scooter.
    6. Always use your lap belt.
  • Sale!
    Portable ramps are a great solution for getting a wheelchair up 1-3 steps. This 6ft portable ramp from EZ-Access is no exception! We recommend that you not exceed a 2:12 slope on most applications. For public access buildings, check your state codes. Portable ramps are intended for rises under 24″. Need to transport a power chair in a minivan? Portable ramps are the ideal solution for this situation. Portable ramps to load a wheelchair in the side door are usually the 6 or 8 foot variety. For the rear door or the tail gate of a pickup truck, 10′ portable ramps work very well. Safety Tips:
    1. Always have a qualified assistant present when using a portable ramp.
    2. Never use a walker on a portable ramp
    3. Never exceed a slope greater than 2″ on 12″ with an occupied chair or scooter. Never exceed a slope greater than 3″ on a 12″ with an unoccupied chair or scooter.
    4. Always make sure that the top of the ramp is secured on step or landing before using.
    5. Always follow the manufacture recommendations for chair or scooter.
    6. Always use your lap belt.
  • Sale!
    Portable ramps are a great solution for getting a wheelchair up 1-3 steps. This 5ft portable ramp from EZ-Access is no exception! We recommend that you not exceed a 2:12 slope on most applications. For public access buildings, check your state codes. Portable ramps are intended for rises under 24″. Need to transport a power chair in a minivan? Portable ramps are the ideal solution for this situation. Portable ramps to load a wheelchair in the side door are usually the 6 or 8 foot variety. For the rear door or the tail gate of a pickup truck, 10′ portable ramps work very well. Safety Tips:
    1. Always have a qualified assistant present when using a portable ramp.
    2. Never use a walker on a portable ramp
    3. Never exceed a slope greater than 2″ on 12″ with an occupied chair or scooter. Never exceed a slope greater than 3″ on a 12″ with an unoccupied chair or scooter.
    4. Always make sure that the top of the ramp is secured on step or landing before using.
    5. Always follow the manufacture recommendations for chair or scooter.
    6. Always use your lap belt.
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    Product Description

    Specs: 800 pounds load capacity Folds in the middle like a suitcase Has carrying handle Requires no installation Ramp is self-supporting – will NOT slip off stairs Aircraft aluminum construction Fully covered with safety non-skid tape Weather resistant – can be left outdoor year-round 30″ working width Guarding curbs on both sides (2) Built-in anchor holes for semi-permanent mounting Full Size: 4′ x 30″ Folded Size: 15″ x 48″ x 4″ Weight: 23 lbs Warranty: 1 year on parts *Portable Ramp Return Policy We accept returns within 14 days after delivery. There is a 20% re-stocking fee. You must pay the return shipping charges. You must call to get a return authorization number.
  • Sale!
    Portable ramps are a great solution for getting a wheelchair up 1-3 steps. This 7ft portable ramp from EZ-Access is no exception! We recommend that you not exceed a 2:12 slope on most applications. For public access buildings, check your state codes. Portable ramps are intended for rises under 24″. Need to transport a power chair in a minivan? Portable ramps are the ideal solution for this situation. Portable ramps to load a wheelchair in the side door are usually the 6 or 8 foot variety. For the rear door or the tail gate of a pickup truck, 10′ portable ramps work very well. Safety Tips:
    1. Always have a qualified assistant present when using a portable ramp.
    2. Never use a walker on a portable ramp
    3. Never exceed a slope greater than 2″ on 12″ with an occupied chair or scooter. Never exceed a slope greater than 3″ on a 12″ with an unoccupied chair or scooter.
    4. Always make sure that the top of the ramp is secured on step or landing before using.
    5. Always follow the manufacture recommendations for chair or scooter.
    6. Always use your lap belt.
  • Sale!
    Portable ramps are a great solution for getting a wheelchair up 1-3 steps. This 8ft portable ramp from EZ-Access is no exception! We recommend that you not exceed a 2:12 slope on most applications. For public access buildings, check your state codes. Portable ramps are intended for rises under 24″. Need to transport a power chair in a minivan? Portable ramps are the ideal solution for this situation. Portable ramps to load a wheelchair in the side door are usually the 6 or 8 foot variety. For the rear door or the tail gate of a pickup truck, 10′ portable ramps work very well. Safety Tips:
    1. Always have a qualified assistant present when using a portable ramp.
    2. Never use a walker on a portable ramp
    3. Never exceed a slope greater than 2″ on 12″ with an occupied chair or scooter. Never exceed a slope greater than 3″ on a 12″ with an unoccupied chair or scooter.
    4. Always make sure that the top of the ramp is secured on step or landing before using.
    5. Always follow the manufacture recommendations for chair or scooter.
    6. Always use your lap belt.
  • Sale!
    Portable ramps are a great solution for getting a wheelchair up 1-3 steps. This 6ft portable ramp from EZ-Access is no exception! We recommend that you not exceed a 2:12 slope on most applications. For public access buildings, check your state codes. Portable ramps are intended for rises under 24″. Need to transport a power chair in a minivan? Portable ramps are the ideal solution for this situation. Portable ramps to load a wheelchair in the side door are usually the 6 or 8 foot variety. For the rear door or the tail gate of a pickup truck, 10′ portable ramps work very well. Safety Tips:
    1. Always have a qualified assistant present when using a portable ramp.
    2. Never use a walker on a portable ramp
    3. Never exceed a slope greater than 2″ on 12″ with an occupied chair or scooter. Never exceed a slope greater than 3″ on a 12″ with an unoccupied chair or scooter.
    4. Always make sure that the top of the ramp is secured on step or landing before using.
    5. Always follow the manufacture recommendations for chair or scooter.
    6. Always use your lap belt.
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