Automotive conversions are often completed to meet your exact accessibility needs; there are additional factors to weigh out if you plan on using the handicap van or car to transport children with disabilities. Here are a few things to keep…
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Although winter is traditionally known as a time to cozy up to warm fires and spend time with family and good friends, it can also bring its own collection of seasonal hazards than can impede you from navigating the roads safely in your wheelchair…
With adaptive technologies emerging each year, mobility vehicles have become more powerful than ever before. These handicap solutions have changed the lives of countless persons with disabilities and helped alleviate some of the everyday challenges…
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Wintertime means a wonderland of snow for many parts of the country. While this might brighten the spirits of young kids and those in the holiday spirit, when it comes to driving, snow requires a new set of skills to handle the elements. For…
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This time of year, your handicap van may not be much of a handicap to criminals, but a tempting target. Like Santa’s sleigh, it will be full of gifts. And if crooks see them, they and your van may “disappear” in the twinkle of an eye.
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