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

In only a couple of months since acquiring our accessible vehicle, we saw how much my life would change with the capacity to utilize my engine wheelchair out in the city.

Having wheelchair accessible transportation builds my freedom in many ways, from being increasingly autonomous in my work, speaking at seminars, network inclusion, and improving communication with my better half.

We feel that feeling of opportunity, driving down the roadway, however in the least complex of outings like setting off to the coffeehouse crosswise over town. In a couple of months, we traveled about 20,000 miles.

Having another sort of accessible vehicle drove us to inquire about the most ideal approaches to keep up its respectability as we pack on the miles. Each customer of a wheelchair accessible vehicle will encounter the difficulties of having particular gear.

Here are some key tips to keep your open vehicle out and about:

  1. It’s about the tires.

Engine wheelchairs include 200-300 pounds of additional load inside your vehicle. That is a great deal of additional weight on your tires. Know about where you sit in the vehicle. For instance, I am a traveler and sit on the front right half of the van. Wheelchair drivers will be on the front left. These tires will in general wear quicker, and it’s essential to turn tires each time the oil is changed.

Street conditions likewise influence the condition of your tires. We live on a slope, and after a few Wisconsin ice storms, we could feel the tires slipping in our frosted covered neighborhood.

  1. Inside Wear and Tear.

In our home, we evacuate floor coverings, covering, and anything that can get on wheelchair tires. Wheelchairs pummel floors. They are significantly harder in a vehicle, particularly on stormy or sloppy days. Our open vehicle is an extreme vehicle, and the inside is worked to assume the mileage of an engine wheelchair. Cleaning the inside of an available vehicle is as significant as standard vehicle washes.

  1. Transmission.

For some versatile vehicles, the transmission likewise wears effectively, for similar reasons referenced above, wheelchairs extra weight to its typical limit. Focus on irregular quickening levels, holes, or vibrations.

  1. Wheelchair Ramps.

Available vehicles are worked with an assortment of wheelchair inclines. Regardless of whether it is a water powered framework, wood plank slope, or swivel seat, moving parts with engines, riggings, and folds will break. It’s a piece of open life we’ve come to acknowledge.

Cleaning garbage from wheelchair slopes, adjusting your incline each 750 advancements, and backing off to give the lift a chance to finish its descending and upward movements would all be able to help keep the incline in better condition after some time. Ensure you realize how to physically move the slope if necessary.

  1. Standard Upkeep.

We as a whole realize that oil and other vehicle liquids keep our vehicles moving smoother. Remaining over replacing the oil and customary mileage administration when exhorted is basic for open vehicle clients, particularly for higher mileage vehicles.

  1. It’s tied in with finding the correct assistance staff for your vehicle.

The vehicle is so new, we are happy the staff at Access My Ride can help us troubleshoot minor issues over the phone and provide ongoing maintenance for things like the power-assist folding ramp.

As of late, we drove more than 2,000 miles crosswise over 10 states for a late spring excursion up to Upper Michigan. Our first stop was outside Escanaba, where in addition to the fact that we were treated with incredible assistance, they made a special effort to address every one of the inquiries we had, and their staff gave us what to search for if a specific issue happened once more. It’s tied in with finding that ideal individual who gets you and your vehicle needs.

Being so dynamic in the network implies that our vehicle will encounter numerous street conditions.

In the end, it will start to encounter the wear that joins higher mileage. While we can fix my engine wheelchair with conduit tape, Velcro, and Allen torques, we realize that our available vehicle will take greater imagination, adaptability, and resourcefulness.