There are no conditions attached to renting a wheelchair from CVS. Wheelchair rentals are no longer available at pharmacies, health, and wellness stores like CVS and Walgreens. These shops only offer wheelchairs to customers as of July 2015.
While pharmacies are unable to rent wheelchairs, you can discover how to do it by visiting websites like mediequip.net or scootaround.com.
A copy of a state ID or driver’s licence is required per MediEquip’s rental policies. Once the tool has been picked up or delivered, the rental time officially begins. MediEquip offers instructions on how to utilise the equipment that is rented out and demands that it be returned in good working order.
If a user gives Scootaround a direct phone call, the company will give them detailed terms. Wheelchair rentals are also offered on this website, and delivery of the chairs is possible to most US states.
Mrwheelchair.com is another website with comparable costs and conditions to these two. Only hotels receive wheelchair deliveries from this retailer.
Many churches also covertly provide wheelchair rentals to members of the congregation or their acquaintances. Ask a nearby church if it will rent or loan out a wheelchair for a while by giving them a call. The church will choose the terms of any lease or loan.