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Whether you have a new disability or have been driving accessible vehicles for years there is a lot to know about vehicle modifications and services that will help get you back on the road again. We’ve gathered some information here to help you start your engines.
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Headquartered just outside Quebec City, Adapt Solutions manufactures wheelchair accessible automotive turning seats, transfer systems and wheelchair lifting devices. Our mission is to help people with limited mobility get in and out of their vehicles by offering innovative, discreet, user-friendly and easily installed quality mobility equipment. With the primary goal of maintaining all vehicle safety features, all our seat systems use the vehicle’s original seat.
Savaria is a global leader in the accessibility industry and makers of home elevators, wheelchair lifts, stairlifts, patient lifts and accessible vehicles. Proudly Canadian-based, the company has grown to have operations around the world, yet customisation for a client’s particular needs remains at the heart of the day-to-day commitment from its employees and dealers. Savaria Corporation is the parent company of Silver Cross Automotive, Silver Cross Franchising, Span America (beds/therapeutic surfaces), Garaventa Lift and Handicare. Visit Savaria.com to find out more about how a Savaria product may fit your needs.
As one of the largest manufacturers of wheelchair van conversions, VMI takes great pride in building leading-edge mobility products that meet the needs of our customers. We have been constantly innovating and working to improve our products and service throughout our history. VMI began when its founders were challenged to build a better wheelchair accessible vehicle for a close family friend. They took an Oldsmobile Toronado and created easier access by dropping the floor and installing a wheelchair ramp system. This innovation was later applied to a Chrysler minivan, and VMI officially introduced the first wheelchair-accessible minivan in 1987. Continuing our quest to design and build innovative solutions, we are pleased to offer the industry’s first all-wheel drive accessible van—the 2021 VMI Toyota Sienna hybrid minivan.