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To understand the versatility and value of the PodRuner, you must first understand how the universal chassis functions. All PodRunner models are securely mounted on a heavy-duty, scissor lift chassis, with solid, urethane "never flat" tires and easy steer U-handle.
Because of its compact size, the PodRunner can be stored almost anywhere; a storage shed, a closet or an apparatus bay. When needed, roll the PodRunner from storage to the back of your vehicle. The included hitch adapter turns any 2" tow hitch from a horizontal to a vertical mount. Using the crank handle, the PodRunner chassis lifts up to align with the hitch adapter. Once engaged, turn the crank handle in the other direction to lift the wheels off the ground, then lock the handle for transport. One person can easily mount up to 250 lbs of gear without lifting a thing!
Because the PodRunner's wheels pull up for transport, you don't have the speed, road or licensing restrictions of a traditional trailer. Emergency responders can drive Code 3 and anyone can take the PodRunner off road. Upon reaching your destination, simply reverse the process with the crank and roll your PodRunner anywhere it's needed. All PodRunner models are narrow enough to fit though doorways and into elevators and the rugged chassis design easily handles uneven or unpaved terrain.
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We are showing a custom MRC version but other graphic styles are available. Just ask!
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PLEASE NOTE 2: Products which display the official Medical Reserve Corps (MRC) trademark may only be purchased by units registered with the Division of the Civilian Volunteer Medical Reserve Corps (DCVMRC). In order to use or display the trademarked MRC logo on items, you must have permission from the DCVMRC. It is the responsibility of MRC units to request authorization and approval from the DCVMRC to use the trademarked MRC logo on items planned for purchase. MRC volunteers interested in purchasing items with the MRC logo should contact their MRC unit leader first for guidance.