The back of my car. A few months later I bought a battery pack but has been pretty useless on our uneven pavements and steep hills. Now I have a wheelchair adapted Berlingo, I would like something easier to manoeuvre as getting my 15 stone husband about is ever more difficult. I no longer have to lift the chair as I have a ramp with a winch. I asked the OT at the hospice who told me to contact the neuro OT at the hospital. I told her what I needed and said I'd be prepared to pay, as the vehicle is paid for out of the Disability Living Allowance. I asked her to come and assess my husband so she could advise me what to get. A week later a wheelchair was delivered. The man who delivered it said they knew my husbands weight and height and the one supplied was the correct one for him. It wasn't electric. It was too narrow so the first time I took it out, as he was slumping to the right, when I went round a corner on a bend, the whole thing nearly tipped over. Then when I was getting him into the car, I hit the ramp with the front wheel and the tyre came off. Another long story as I wasn't at home. My husband slumps, usually forwards so I need a substantial chair but it needs to be powered other than by 5' 4" me. Any ideas please? I live in Kent, UK.