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    The first fully automatic rear-facing wheelchair securement station that allows wheelchair and scooter passengers to self-secure. All in under 25 seconds - without requiring the driver to leave their seat to help.
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    An all-new design from the ‘floor’ up. The first 4-point, heavy duty, fully automatic retractable tie-downs designed, engineered and built to withstand the higher loads of the heaviest wheelchairs.

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    The next step in Independent Wheelchair Securement. The QLK-150 is the perfect solution for those looking to drive their own vehicle or want to quickly secure their wheelchair using a single point system.

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    Just Slide...and Click! The popular and patended Slide 'N Click offers a unique 360 degree rotation and the easiest one-handed operation of any comparable product available today.

What's new at the Q:



The transportation industry's first Fully Automatic Wheelchair Securement Station. Explore the future at: thequantumleap.com

fleet eval program

Fleet Evaluation Program

Q'Straint and Sure-Lok are joining forces in a special program to help transportation officials assure the safety of their fleets.


Dock. Drive. Discover.

The next step in Independent Wheelchair Securement is here. The perfect solution for those who want to drive their own vehicle.


Just Slide...and Click

The latest in fixed securement pockets offers easy, one-handed operation and 360 degrees of safety.

iQ Research Center

The iQ Research Center of Excellence, which includes a new HYGE™ crash simulation system or “test sled,” is a world‐class research and design facility which furthers innovation and enhances the company’s product development capabilities.


About Us

For 30 years, Q'Straint has remained focused on one vision:

To develop the world's most effective wheelchair passenger safety solutions for public and private transportation.

Today, Q'Straint is a global company with a local network of representatives serving our customers in over 50 countries throughout North and South America, Europe, Oceania, Asia, the Middle East and Africa.


What the World is Saying...

    The passengers and operators like the system since it is so easy and fast to use. In fact operators have wondered why we haven’t installed them on the entire fleet yet.

    Jane Seymore
    Senior Transportation Manager
    Pierce Transit

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National Mobility Awareness Month


Embodying the spirit of Life Moving Forward

Did you know that 54 million people in the United States and 4.4 million people in Canada have disabilities? Or that more than 18 million people are living with restrictive mobility issues in North America?

When polled, about a third of people with disabilities reported inadequate transportation as a problem, with more than half noting it as a major problem.

Fortunately, every May the community comes together to support National Mobility Awareness Month, hosted by the National Mobility Equipment Dealers Association (NMEDA). The event allows people to nominate and vote for Local Heroes, giving three deserving heroes a chance to win wheelchair accessible vehicles. The winners include one caregiver, one senior (60+) and one person in the general category.

Click here to nominate a local hero.

Click here to vote for a local hero.

NMEDA is a non-profit organization that understands the importance of transportation and is dedicated to expanding mobility options for people with disabilities. The non-profit organization is dedicated to working with members to provider safe and reliable adapted transportation solutions to help build the road to independence.

Did you know?

  • People with disabilities constitute the largest minority group in the United States.
  • One in five elderly have mobility issues.
  • More than 65 million people in the United States provide care for people with disabilities or a senior family member.
  • Caregivers spend an average of 20 hours per week providing assistance.
  • The value of the “free” services provided by family caregivers equates to roughly $375 billion annually.
  • 4.4 million Canadians reported having a disability with 56% over 75 years old.
  • Researchers estimate about 2.2 million Americans use a wheelchair for mobility.
  • The number of veterans with disabilities rose 25% since 2001.
  • As the population ages, the number of people with mobility impairments will increase by an estimated 22 percent over the next ten years.

At Q’Straint, we have a variety of personal mobility solutions including the QLK-150, an industry leader in docking system technology.


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