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Mobility Rentals Accessibility

MOBILITY RENTALS
at the Women’s March on Philadelphia 



We’ve made arrangements with Marx Medical Equipment so that you can rent a wheelchair, scooter or other mobility device ahead of time and have it delivered to the March with a 15% discount.

The pick up area will be at Spring Garden and Pennsylvania Avenue close to the stage, ADA seating and drop off area.

Rentals at this point (after 2 pm Friday) are on a case by case basis, and Marx will not have chairs for rent at the March site due to low demand.
Call Marx at (215) 426-9242

Be sure to specify that you are attending the Women’s March on Philadelphia and  give your name, phone number, and email address so they can contact you for follow-up questions to fit you with your exact equipment needs.

Marx may also have a limited number of wheelchairs and scooters available for same-day rental, for those with last-minute needs, but that will be dependent on how many advance reservations they receive, so if you expect to need a rental, be sure to call in advance.

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If you need to pick up a rental closer to Suburban Station, Mr. Wheelchair may be able to meet your needs.  Contact them at 215-333-7303


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Disclaimer: We are providing mobility equipment information as we know of it. We do not endorse any company or service and do not financially benefit in any way.

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