Brad Soden had seen his wife cry many times during the trial over the issue of making the wheelchair that she had loved so much.
Liz Soden, who was partially paralyzed in a car accident just three months before their wedding, was frequently upset about missing out on family hikes and camping trips with their five children.
Brad thought of doing something about it. “I’m motivated when you get her to weep,” Brad said to Matt Lauer on TODAY on Thursday. “I’m going to make it happen.”
Brad with a profession of lead without a degree in engineering went through a lot of difficulties when he created a wheelchair suitable for climbing mountains.
“We started a few of the fires, but we had been on hand, so we were able to put them out quickly,” Brad explained.
Take a look at how the ‘Tankchair’ came to be.
The “Tankchair” was the eventual result, which offered Liz the independence she desired and quickly became Brad’s full-time career
Now Liz is very happy because she can go anywhere with her children and is not a prisoner.
This chair will cost $ 12,000 and $ 15,000 and will run for 30 miles per hour. It will be salvation for many war veterans as well.