So you need to ship a wheelchair out from your location to another place. There are some regulations when it comes to sizing and weight limits, depending on the size of the box you may be able to use the US Postal Service to ship. If it is deemed that the box is not within the certain limitations they will outline, you will need to select additional options for specific items. More than likely you will come across issues with a wheelchair box if it is anything other than a manual wheelchair. What I mean is if it is a power wheelchair or a heavy-duty wheelchair. If it is over the regulation limits, you may also look at other options that may be more cost-effective such as UPS or Fed Ex. Here are some in-depth tips to read through if you are looking to ship a wheelchair: You should probably determine the dimensions and weight of the box you are trying to ship before heading to the postal office. Whatever weight you determine you should add at least an extra 10 to 15 pounds and the sizing should also be exaggerated to avoid shipping issues if it comes down to a few pounds or inches whether your product will ship or not. After you are finished with getting down the sizing and weight specs for the box, you should decide which carrier you will use to ship the product. Some tips regarding popular carriers: UPS, DHL, and FedEx all have a shipping limit of 150 pounds, while USPS has a maximum weight cap of 70 pounds. For UPS and DHL, maximum length allowed for boxes is 108 in. FedEx also allows a combined length and girth of 165 in.