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    Oo I thought I had done well to choose the car, colour and powerchair!

    I didn't realise I now have to decide on the restraint or racing car seat belt ! I could easily be dangerous on it !

    Love Debbie x

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    Debbie, you will find the Salsa M2 ok I have mine for three years and did have updated seat for it which is very comfortable. The only thing I need is a strap to keep my legs on the footplate. I have Citreon Berlingo WAV which is very easy to ride in and out of and well strapped in.The wheelchair is good on all my riding around and gets up kerbs ok and I get over grassed area. But did make mistake at National Trust site and got stuck in graveyard area looking for family grave stone, luckily some people managed pull me out. Best wishes John

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    Thanks John,

    I got my Salsa M2 last week and it manages drop down kerbs really well. They are coming to our home to adjust the height next week and will change the cushion as and when I need it. Such a good service because the wheelchair services department is adjacent to the MND clinic and they have a specialist nurse and wheelchair technician there on clinic days. Good advice about the leg strap too as that's just what I need.

    Our Peugeot Horizon is great.. I just wish it would stop raining so we could get out into the country.

    I shouldn't have joked about being dangerous! Bringing my Salsa home from the hospital my husband opened the door and I ran over his foot. Luckily no broken bones but some very colourful language.

    Love Debbie x

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