mike143 wrote: I think squatting is a important strategy to ensuring our mobility as we age.
Mudpuppy wrote:The family member uses a walker and has difficulty getting out of my current car (a Honda Civic) due to the low seats.
sscritic wrote:Mudpuppy wrote:The family member uses a walker and has difficulty getting out of my current car (a Honda Civic) due to the low seats.
I would think that the height of the floor off the ground would matter, as would the sill height. My sister is not buying a new car without having my father test sit it. You need to test sit your new car with your relative. Yes, you have to go to a dealer. You may want to go first by yourself before you bring your relative, but I don't think you can do this over the internet.
Getting in is harder than getting out for my father. Someone else mention head clearance. That's also important.
Watty wrote:I found this in with Google;
http://www.aaa.com/aaa/006/Press/mature ... tures.html
there is a link to a chart of cars at the bottom of the web page.
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