6 Convenient Locations

Access Mobility Vans Inc
1995 East Norse Avenue
Suite C Cudahy, Wisconsin, 53110
Phone: 414-727-2524
Phone: 1-844-945-4387

Access Mobility Vans Inc
4229 Argosy Ct. Suite 2C Madison, WI 53714
Phone: 608-440-9002
Phone: 1-844-945-4387

Access Mobility Vans Inc
42 Congress Circle West
Suite B Roselle, Illinois, 60172
Phone: 630-616-6249
Phone: 1-844-455-4387

Access Mobility Vans Inc
N19 W24400 Riverwood Drive
Suite 350
Waukesha, WI 53188
Phone: 262-784-8500

Access Mobility Vans Inc
11696 Goodlife Lane
Tomahawk, WI 54531
Phone: 715-393-8778

Access Mobility Vans Inc
4321 W. College Avenue
Suite 200
Appleton, WI 54914
Phone: 920-257-6060

New and Used Custom Wheelchair Vans, Wheelchair Trucks, B and D Seat Bases, Wheelchair Ramps, Custom Wheelchair Vehicle Conversions, Q’Straint Products, and More in Racine, Wisconsin.

Call today to schedule a No Obligation, Mobility Evaluation to discuss your needs and options at 1-844-945-4387(Illinois) 1-844-455-4387

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Wheelchair Vans in Racine, WI.

AccessMyRide.com, better known as Access Mobility Vans, is a company that deals in high quality accessibility vehicles and products, including custom wheelchair vans and trucks (new and used), B and D seat bases, wheelchair ramps, EZ Lock tie downs, sure grip hand controls and more products to the people of the Racine area. We are one branch of a local accessibility company called Access, which specializes in mobility products of all kinds to the locals of Racine and other nearby areas.

A Company You can Trust for Wheelchair Accessibility Products In Elm Grove, WI.

Although we were new to selling custom wheelchair vans and trucks to Racine’s community in 2016, we are a company that certainly is not new to accessibility. Our main company branch, Access Elevator, is a company that has been around for well over two decades, and they have been dealing high quality accessibility equipment for people who need them such as stairlifts, wheelchair ramps, home elevators, and more products. Our other division, Access Ability, also deals home medical products such as mobility scooters, wheelchairs, lift chairs, and more. We are a company that knows accessibility, and we are already proving success with our custom wheelchair vehicles and related products. Our selection of custom wheelchair products is top of the line. We deal the best products to the Racine, Wisconsin community because we want you to be able to trust and rely on your new product with no worries. Whether you need a new van or truck, a used van or truck, an EZ Lock tie down, Sure Grip hand controls, a custom wheelchair lift system from Handicaps Inc. or Bruno, we have you covered with our selection. We offer great vans and trucks from brands such as Braunability, ElDorado, VMI, and Freedom Motors, who are all wonderful dealers of high quality vehicles that will get you moving around town with ease.

Best Choice For Mobility Products Like New and Used Wheelchair Vans and Trucks in Racine, WI.

When you Choose Access Mobility Vans, you are going with a company that you can trust. We have been relied upon for over 20 years, and we will continue to be for many years to come. Our products are top notch, and our staff are well-trained, intelligent individuals with over 100 years of combined experience among them. We offer various new and used custom wheelchair vans and trucks, and we also offer conversion services to your personal vehicle to make them wheelchair friendly. If you are in the Racine, WI. area and in need of a high quality custom wheelchair vehicle, look no further. Contact us here at Access Mobility Vans today!

Lots of history in Racine, WI.

Excerpts from a historical address delivered by Judge Charles E. Dyer at Burlington, Wis., Feb. 22, 1871

In the year 1832 there were but four white men in that part of what is now Wisconsin, south of Green Bay and east of the Rock River. They were French traders. During that year the Sac war broke out and attracted the attention of the whole country to this region. The title to the land was in the Indians. By the treaty of 1833, between the Pottawatomie and other tribes of Indians, all the tract of county now comprising the southeastern portion of Wisconsin was ceded to the United States, the Indians, however, to remain in possession until 1836, the Government reserving the right, meantime, to survey the tract. In November, 1834, Captain Gilbert Knapp came to the mouth of Root River, and I find it recorded in such form that I deem it worthy of implicit credit, that he was the first permanent American settler upon any portion of that tract of country now included in the counties of Racine, Walworth and Rock.

On the 20th of April, 1836, the act of congress was passed establishing the Territorial Government of Wisconsin. Severed from Michigan, it embraced all its present territory, with that of Minnesota and Iowa, and a portion of Nebraska and Dakota. There were then six counties in the territory, Milwaukee, Brown, Dubuque, Iowa, Des Moines and Crawford.Under proclamation of Henry Dodge, Governor, the first election of members of the house of representatives and council of the Territory was held on the 2nd Monday of October, 1836. Gilbert Knapp and Alanson Sweet were elected from Milwaukee county to this, the first council in the organized Territory. The election of Captain Knapp was, as we shall hereafter see, signalized by demonstrations of satisfaction which must have surpassed all modern political jubilees.The first session of the Territorial legislature was held at Belmont, in the county of Iowa, on the 25th day of October, 1836. On the 3rd of December, 1836, the seat of Territorial government was located at Madison, but it was provided that until the 4th day of March, 1839, the sessions of the legislative assembly should be held at Burlington, in the county of Des Moines. On the 7th of December, 1836, the county of Racine was created by the passage of and act at the Belmont session, and the seat of justice was located at the town of Racine. The county then included its present territory and that of the present county of Kenosha, with the counties of Walworth and Rock attached for judicial purposes. In January, 1850, the county of Racine was divided, and the county of Kenosha created and organized.

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Call today to schedule a No Obligation, Mobility Evaluation to discuss your needs and options at 1-844-945-4387(Illinois) 1-844-455-4387

6 Convenient Locations

Access Mobility Vans Inc
1995 East Norse Avenue
Suite C
Cudahy, Wisconsin
53110
Phone: 414-727-2524
Phone: 1-844-945-4387

Access Mobility Vans Inc
4229 Argosy Ct.
Suite 2C
Madison, WI
53714
Phone: 608-440-9002
Phone: 1-844-945-4387

Access Mobility Vans Inc
42 Congress Circle West
Suite B
Roselle, Illinois
60172
Phone: 630-616-6249
Phone: 1-844-455-4387

Access Mobility Vans Inc
N19 W24400 Riverwood Drive
Suite 350
Waukesha, WI 53188
Phone: 262-784-8500

Access Mobility Vans Inc
11696 Goodlife Lane
Tomahawk, WI
54531
Phone: 715-393-8778

Access Mobility Vans Inc
4321 W. College Avenue
Suite 200
Appleton, WI 54914
Phone: 920-257-6060