when a disabled passenger arrives at a station they have to go to the station office stating their intended destination, they are then booked onto the next train available, letting both station staff at departing station and destination station know. they rarely put more than the capacity on the train, I was the exception one day, but fitted well in the corner since mine was a small wheelchair.Fiona N said:Has no one had experience or has no one replied?
a disabled person without a reservation will take precedence (what do they do if there's more than one wheelchair?)
I suppose he could have made you spend the journey sitting on your trike seat.Fiona N said:leaving London on a Friday evening I had a ticket and a reservation for the trike but not for a seat
We have a new model that we are designing a cargo rack for and one of the criteria for the design is to allow the trike to stand on it's back with the rack, primarily for storage.Ben Lovejoy said:With a tadpole, a small chock for the rear wheel (and removing the quick-release mudguard on the TRICE) enables it to be stood upright in the same way as a delta, albeit needing support.