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Bruno ASL-250A Out-Sider®Simply drive your scooter on to the platform nesting into the wheel pockets that have been set to the proper spot by MobilityWorks’ factory certified installers and push the button.
Bruno ASL-250B Out-Sider®Uniquely designed and engineered to lift either a scooter or power wheelchair, this lift solution incorporates all of the industry best safety features of the Out-Sider® series as well as an independently tested, exterior rated, 3-Strap securement method to hold your scooter or power chair securely.
Bruno ASL-250BHD Out-Sider®Scooters come in many different shapes and sizes. That is why Bruno has specially made an Out-Sider® to accommodate scooters with up to a 44” wheelbase.
Bruno VSL-4400 Joey Platform Style Interior LiftThe most popular and easiest to operate lift that MobilityWorks has to offer. The Bruno Joey® was designed with 3 key factors. Make it simple to use. It doesn’t get much simpler than driving your scooter or power wheelchair on to a platform and pushing a button.
Bruno VSL-570 Big-Lifter Interior Hoist LiftBuilt with the same innovative design as the industry leading Curb-Sider® Series from Bruno, the Big-Lifter® uses space-age technology to eliminate the need for a rotation motor making it an excellent option for the budget conscious user who needs a high capacity lift.
Bruno VSL-6000 Curb-Sider® Hoist Style Interior LiftsLike the name says, the original Curb-Sider® is designed to lift and move your scooter or wheelchair to the curbside of your vehicle so you can load/unload. You can also load/unload directly behind your vehicle as well.
Bruno VSL-6000HD Curb-Sider® Heavy DutyThe needs and demands of today’s scooter and power chair users have brought with them heavier devices. To safely lift these heavy and complex units, MobilityWorks offers a Heavy Duty version of the industry leading Bruno Curb-Sider®.
Bruno VSL-6900 Curb-Sider® with Power Telescoping Lift HeadVehicles today are getting smaller and many scooter and wheelchairs are getting bigger. These two competing trends challenged the engineers at Bruno to design a lift that was agile enough to work in the smaller spaces yet powerful enough to lift the heavier units.