In short the Carony is about being able to stay together, to visit the doctor, to go shopping, to visit relatives or go for a drive together.
Peter Wahlsten, Autoadapt's Founder and Executive Vice President comments:
"Sadly, taking the car together isn't always an option for carers of family members today. Making a transfer between wheelchair and car seat can be too heavy or too risky. The only option left, is for the carer to drive the car and their loved one to sit alone in the back of a community transport van."
The Carony is both a transport wheelchair and a car seat. The user stays seated while sliding between the wheelchair and car. This means the user gets to sit on the passenger's side, in a car seat, with a good view, while using the original seat belt.
Peter Wahlsten continues:
"Upfront, you get to be part of the ride. You get to look and feel like any other passenger. When you arrive at the destination and leave the car you simply stay seated in the same seat, only with a pair of wheels."
At the end of May 2017, Autoadapt launches the latest version of the Carony system. The wheel base, the swivel base and seat have all been completely redesigned. The latter with the much sought after feature, integrated push handles with brakes.