The Ikea store in Massachusetts refuses to provide electric carts for handicapped customers. They provide wheelchairs so that a person with a disability becomes dependent on someone to push them around the store.
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) was written so that people with disabilities are not dependent of others. Ikea's policy results in the exact opposite. I don't want anyone pushing me around.
Ikea states that electric carts are ruled out by the company because of the "high cost and liability concerns with electrical carts". Then how can others stores and supermarkets afford to provide them to there customers?