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Factory made wheelchair accessible van! No cutting into the car's frame to adapt!

The Vehicle Production Group Announces Public Debut of the First Factory-Built Wheelchair Accessible Vehicle - CNG Power Optional

NEWNAN: First ever car to be manufactured for disabled

A new vehicle called the now gives people with disabilities the chance to buy a car that is factory-built and assembled for them.A dream car

Trade In a Vehicle Towards a Wheelchair Van

AMS Vans accepts trade ins for your wheelchair accessible vehicle. Trade your non-accessible car, van, minivan or truck for a wheelchair van!

Porte showing wheelchair driver's seat, that doubles as an electric wheelchair.

Wheelchair accessible vehicles for sale: Second hand disabled vehicle access

Les Baker addresses extrication tactics for handling wheelchair accessible vehicles and other special needs alterations.

Les Baker addresses extrication tactics for handling wheelchair accessible vehicles and other special needs alterations.

Benefits of Buying an Accessible Vehicle from a NMEDA QAP Member #NMEDA

Benefits of Buying an Accessible Vehicle from a NMEDA QAP Member

How a Savvy Shopper Chooses a Wheelchair Accessible Van

Ford and BraunAbility, an Indiana-based manufacturer, are teaming up to provide a wheelchair-accessible Ford Explorer. Consumer Reports has the details.

Wheelchair-Accessible Ford Explorer Is an Alternative to Vans

two giants have designed the first wheelchair accessible sports utility vehicle for the 2017 model year with the name, 2017 Ford Explorer BraunAbility MXV.

Chevrolet Silverado or GMC Sierra 2500

Wheelchair accessible vehicles cars, trucks and SUV's. Find a mobility vehicle that is NOT a minivan.

Wheelchair Accessible Kia Soul

Kia Soul's wheelchair accessible vehicle is very affordable and gives you the style you desire. Get your new or used wheelchair accessible Kia Soul today. Call and learn more about the wheelchair accessible Kia Soul.

This golf car has a swivel seat for either side of the golf cart. The individual is strapped into the seat to prevent falling forward when leaning to golf. The cart is adapted so that individuals with mobility impairments can still enjoy golfing.

For someone who may use a wheelchair and wants to play golf may now do so! To adapt this adapted golf even more, someone could use a slightly bigger golf ball or longer/heavier club.

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