Re: [DML] Exit Techniques
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Re: [DML] Exit Techniques

Steve.. That is very interesting question.  I am in line to have a hip  
replaced over this coming winter so I can appreciate what problems there are in  
that area.  I find that the best way for me to exit is to put one leg out;  then 
swing the other leg out, that is the hard part as there is not enough leg  
room to swing out without bending it.  Then I simply use the door frame to  help 
me stand up.  I also have severe degeneration of the knee on the same  leg.  
Getting in or being a passenger is much easier than getting  out.  If it was 
not such a great car to drive I probably would wait until  after the operation 
to do so.  
Roy  #0893
In a message dated 8/21/2005 10:44:52 A.M. Eastern Standard Time,  
p2freak@xxxxxxxxx writes:


This may sound like a funny question, but how do you get  out of your
Delorean?  I am asking because my grand parents have  arthritus and it
is kind of difficult for them to get out of the car.   Any suggestion
that will make getting in and out easy is  appreciated.

Steve Kuan


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