The fastest way to get ADA Compliant at your Point of Sale Checkout Technology Check out our options and features included.

TAYLOR ADA #1 Selling Assistive Auxiliary Mounting Stands Techology.

Merchants not only need to be ADA Compliant at their Point of Sale/Checkout, it is an inclusion TITLE III Law.



The ADA TITLE III Federal Law is a mandatory inclusion regulation that will allow people in wheelchairs the same ease of access at your point of sale-checkout.

If reported on, Fines and possible Litigations may occur.ADA.GOV

The ADA TITLE III also has minimum fines of no less than $4,000 per visit...meaning once reported, your store can be reported an unlimited amount of times until the violation issue is fully resolved.

Note: States, County's and City's also have ADA RegulationsSource ADA.GOV

Our Features and Benefits

Access for All

Any customer (Wheelchair or Standing) will have ease of use at Checkout.

ADA True Compliant

We go beyond the ADA Design Standards into actual and true compliance.

New!

Low-Profile Multi-Lane

No matter the checkout Counter or guest table, we can fit right in. (custom too).

Counter Top

One-Base, multiple brands will fit your choice of true ADA Blue-Lever™ Stands.

Save!

Blue-Lever™ Handle

You can change card reader top anytime.

1 Hand easy release

Use one or both hands with ease.

Card Device in Lap or Standing.

for maximun ADA Convenience.

Easy No Stress Reach

ADA Compliance demands it.

and more...

Is your business ADA Compliant at Checkout?

Project Image

We're excited about our ADA Blue-Lever™ Stands


The First and only of its kind in the world!


The tax credit is available to businesses that have total revenues of $1,000,000 or less in the previous tax year or 30 or fewer full-time employees. This credit can cover 50% of the eligible access expenditures in a year up to $10,250 (maximum credit of $5000).

ADA & PCI-DSS Compliant Stands Features


              Always consult with a CPA/Tax Expert.



Download IRS Tax Credit Form 8826.
Please also contact your state tax office or your regional ADA National Network Center to learn more about any additional state, country or city incentives.