Oklahoma City is a great place to visit if you like the plains landscape, pioneer and old west history, and a good steak. If exploring this town has been on your to-do list, we don't want you miss out just because of your oxygen therapy needs. Whether you need constant oxygen, or you only need it at night when you go to sleep, we can help you choose the best portable oxygen concentrator rental package to suit your needs. Let us handle your oxygen needs, and go can go about planning your exciting trip to “The Big Friendly”.
One thing you will need to do, is call your airline ahead of time to see what they require when you are going to board your flight. All airline companies are different, and even though all of our rental oxygen concentrators are Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) approved, they each have their own requirements for oxygen concentrators.
They just want to ensure your safety and the safety of other passengers, so they will likely just request a statement from your doctor, and for you to bring a specific amount of battery power with you. They don't want you to run out of battery power on your flight. Once you know exactly what you need, you can give us a call and fill your rental package with the right amount of batteries.
How you will get around within the city is important, so plan ahead accordingly and to your own liking. You can travel by rental car, which will be convenient, because you can charge your concentrator with your DC adapter while in the vehicle. If not, you can travel by Metro bus throughout the city, and you will just need to make sure you have more than enough battery power to last you the whole day.
The best time of year to visit Oklahoma City is September and October, when the unstable weather of spring and the intense heat of summer has passed. Autumn is also football season, so if you love to watch a good game of football, Oklahoma City during the early fall is the place to be.
One of the things you will want to see while in OKC, is the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum, to learn about the gateway to the west, founded during the Land Run, when people were rushing west to claim their own land in the open territory. For a generally fun day out and about, head over to Brick Town, a nice area where you can listen to music, get something good to eat and take a walk.
In the evening, when you need a bite to eat, check out the famous Mickey Mantle's Steakhouse, or Chileno's Mexican Restaurant. For a fancy night out, Signature Grill or Musashi's Japanese Steakhouse would be more your style. Don't worry about your oxygen concentrator bothering anyone – anywhere you go will likely be louder than the soft sounds of oxygen flow. The point is to enjoy your trip, with some good planning and forethought.