Auto Accessibility

Accessibility solutions include wheelchair-accessible vehicles, driving controls operated by hand, accessible seating and more technology aimed at helping mobility users on the road.

Stealth Products

Diego Pediatric Seating

Diego Seating

This modular wheelchair seating system grows with children and was designed especially for pediatric users. The Diego features head positioning, a contoured back, fixed or swing-away laterals, and a contoured seat. CoolCore four-way-stretch covers on the seat and back wick away moisture and facilitate evaporation to keep kids more comfortable.

  • (800) 965-9229


Turny Evo Seat

Turny Evo Seat

  • Seat moves completely outside the vehicle and lowers to a level that facilitates safe transfers.
  • Once seated, the user pushes a button, and the seat lifts the person up and rotates into the vehicle.
  • Ideal for older clients who have trouble getting into SUVs, trucks or vans that sit higher off the ground.
  • Powered via a hand-held remote or optional smartphone app.
  • Operation takes 35-65 seconds in total travel time, depending on the desired seating position and type of vehicle.
  • (800) 946-7513

Diestco Manufacturing Corp.

Manual Wheelchair Cover

Manual Wheelchair Cover

  • Made from the lightweight nylon material with DWR (Durable Water Repellent) backing for the highest level of water resistance.
  • Since many manual wheelchairs are transported on the backs of vehicles using a hanging carrier, this cover has a back slit to accommodate the hanging cradle. Simply slip the cover over and secure once the wheelchair is mounted on the carrier.
  • For improved visibility, the cover features 300-yard reflective tape.
  • Comes with a stuff sack.

  • (800) 795-2392

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