Saturday, July 21, 2012

MobilityWorks - Changing Lives

Being wheelchair bound is not the end the world, but it can be difficult to run errands, travel, or to just go to work with a normal vehicle, and public transportation may or may not be on time causing you to be late to your appointment. MobilityWorks is national chain that provides wheelchair accessible vans, such as handicapped minivans, full-size handicapped equipped vans, and commercial fleet vehicles. There are twenty customer showcases located in twelve states - Alabama, California, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Michigan, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, and Wisconsin. Each of these locations is certified by the National Mobility Equipment Dealers Association (NMEDA) Qualified Assurance Program.

Customers get more buying from MobilityWorks such as financing, extended warranties, rental vans, a twenty-four hour emergency helpline, and mechanical services. If you need to have a wheelchair lift installed in your van, you don’t have to hire an expensive mechanic as MobilityWorks has their own full-time, certified technicians ready to install and service wheelchair lifts for you.

The MobilityWorks commercial division services can help business, nursing homes, hospitals, rehabilitation centers, hotels, and even schools transport one or many people in their unique vans. They are one of twelve vehicles up lifters in the USA with a Ford Qualified Vehicle Modifier (QVM), and they are also one of the companies to obtain the Ford’s FTQP (Ford Truck Quality Program) certification.

Most of their store locations are open 8-5 weekdays; some are even open for a few hours on Saturdays. If you are not able to travel, a consultant will come to your house.

For more information, you can follow their Facebook page or follow on  twitter.

1 comment:

  1. Having a wheelchair lift on my van would be incredibly beneficial. I'll be looking into having one installed soon!