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    Chest support for van driver that is stationary

    Has anyone seen a permanent chest support that can be mounted that you just drive up to?

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    My driving instructor recommends this ottoback torso belt for chest support while driving:
    http://www.mobilitydirect.com/Torso_...m#.U1Lb2rlOWUk

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    Someone might be able to make one that works like a swing away lateral support mounted to a pole that is secured to the roof and floor of the van beside the wheelchair..
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    Thank you Peegy, I have one like that and I am looking for a stationary-permanently mounted one, on the order of the Qstraint

    http://www.qstraint.com/en_na/?Itemid=1202 but it only has a lap belt

    Great idea Scifor55, I wonder if anyone has done this before. It would be helpful to hear how it works.

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