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Buying a wheelchair in Toronto

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My mom and I are planning a small trip to Canada next week to visit some of her friends. Although she has no big issues with travelling, she prefers not to walk long distances. She would like to use a wheelchair whenever necessary during the trip. We are planning to reach Toronto by flight and would like to buy a not so expensive wheelchair for the rest of the trip. I checked online and found some good wheelchairs online like, http://agecomfort.com/products/drive-medical-18-in-silver-sport-detachable-desk-arm-wheelc.html. Is that a good buy? Or is there any better place to buy a good wheel chair for cheaper price?

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