When you are ready to buy a power wheelchair, it can be overwhelming in deciding where to go to make your purchase. Pride Mobility makes it easy! Ready to buy from a local dealer near you? Just follow these steps:
- Visit pridemobility.com
- Click on the Find a Local Dealer button in the upper right corner of the homepage
- Enter your ZIP code, check the box, and hit search
- You’ll see a list of mobility product providers near your ZIP code
- You can adjust the mileage box to find a provider that is farther or closer to the ZIP code you entered
The search results of providers include the provider name, address and phone number, as well as the product lines they offer. You can also view directions and a map for added convenience. You can choose to contact the provider yourself, or request to be contacted. Just click the “Request to be Contacted” button on the right and fill out the form. The provider will then contact you directly.
You can also choose to purchase electric wheelchairs online. Click on our Buy Online Now
button in the upper right hand corner of our website. We list the logos of our top e-commerce providers who carry our products. Pick a provider and click on their corresponding “Visit Website” button and you will be taken to that online provider’s website to purchase a product.
Our providers are knowledgeable in our products and can assist in determining which power wheelchair best meets your needs and lifestyle. To get a better understanding of the different motorized wheelchairs available, click to read about which electric wheelchair is best.
If you are using Medicare to pay for a power wheelchair, we recommend confirming the provider you have chosen accepts Medicare. Medicare may cover part of the cost of a power wheelchair if it’s medically necessary and your physician issues a prescription. Medicare may only reimburse for a motorized wheelchair that is used in the home. Learn more about whether Medicare will pay for an electric wheelchair.
If you have private insurance, you can contact your insurer to find out if they cover motorized wheelchairs. Insurance may cover a power wheelchair if it’s medically necessary and your doctor issues a prescription. Your insurance card will have a phone number you can dial to speak to a representative.
If your insurance doesn’t cover electric wheelchairs and you need help paying for one, many Pride providers offer financing options. Hundreds of Pride providers participate with CareCredit, a credit card that allows you to pay for medical equipment and services over time. The payment plan is based on your budget. There are also special promotional financing options available upon credit approval. Contact your provider today to find out how you can fill out an application or visit carecredit.com
for more information.