Wearing parts, or pieces of the wheelchair that typically wear out during use.
Tires tend to wear out and will need to be replaced according to your driving habits. Wheel bearings can break if the tire hits an object. The tread or wheel will come off if driving into objects or curb checking.
Seat & Backrest Cushions tend to wear out, or get holes from objects in your pockets, items attached to your pants, or leg/hip/back braces that rub the mesh cushion liner.
Storage Bag underneath the seat, can wear our or get holes from heavy objects being placed in the bag, or by not keeping it snapped in place.
Footrest Pad can crack or have chunks removed from it, from rough sole shoes/boots, and metal leg braces. It can also crack or break from running into walls, base boards, or other objects we may run into.
Armrest Pads can crack or have chunks removed from it, if driven into walls, door frames, tables, countertops, or other obstacles. They can also wear out due to arm braces.
Caps & Covers can fall out when loading or unloading the chair. We recommend rubber cement on caps or covers that need to be removed to tighten the bolts underneath. Also, the plastic dial cover, on the front hinge joint, will separate from the threads if over tightened.