We recently were featured on the Time 4 Seniors website where we got to spend a little time talking about factors consumers should consider when purchasing a wheelchair accessible van and how ADA helps streamline the process.
Read a little bit about it below then follow the link to read the rest on time4seniors.com.
Seniors and Driving III: 10 Factors to Consider Before Purchasing a Wheelchair Van
Established in 1995, Adaptive Driving Access (ADA) has 5 locations in South Texas-Houston, Pasadena, Bryan-College Station, Corpus Christi, and McAllen. We are excited about our expansion plans to grow into more locations in 2019. We specialize in wheelchair accessible vehicles and equipment for the physically challenged community. Furthermore, we understand there isn’t a one-size-fits-all solution when it comes to our client’s mobility. Our trained, dedicated staff works side-by-side with every client to find the perfect vehicle for them and their family. Unfortunately, individualized service is not always found in the mobility industry. Many online sellers care only about cashing in on a sale, leaving inexperienced customers with a vehicle or equipment that doesn’t fit their needs, meet safety regulations, and isn’t backed with local and national service support. This is where ADA is different.
Our fully certified staff provides specialized sales and service 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. There are multiple mobility options available in today’s market. To meet these needs, ADA has put together a team of Certified Mobility Specialists that meet with clients at one of our 5 showroom offices or in the convenience of their own home. Together with the individual and family members, if available, we take a “snapshot” of their needs, lifestyle and long-term goals.
To read the rest of this article, visit http://time4seniors.com/seniors-and-driving-iii-10-factors-to-consider-before-purchasing-a-wheelchair-van/