The Push/Pull Hand Control operates by Pushing down toward the floor for brake and pull back for acceleration. Several handle types are available. All hand controls we sell include a full warranty on the installation and on the control.
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Is a wheelchair van right for me?
Short term wheelchair van rental allows you to compare different vehicles and make an informed decision before purchasing. When you’re ready to buy, we always have an large selection of high quality, impeccably serviced and maintained new, used, and pre-owned vans for sale.
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A visit to our indoor showroom in Alabama is a great way to view and try our products. We offer an extensive selection of new and used wheelchair accessible vehicles.
NMEDA & QAP Recognized
The Quality Assurance Program (QAP) is the only nationally recognized accreditation program for the Adaptive Mobility Equipment Industry.
The QAP designation is indicative of enhanced vehicle modification and adaptive equipment installation consistent with the highest industry standards. Dealers are required to follow guidelines written in accordance with motor vehicle safety standards, a professionally managed dynamic and static testing program and proven quality control practices that advocate the highest level of performance and safety.
NMEDA is a non-profit trade association of mobility equipment manufacturers, dealers, driver rehabilitation specialists, and other professionals dedicated to improving the lives of people with disabilities and assisting with driving independence using wheelchair accessible vehicles.
Dealers who participate in the QAP are held to extremely high standards. We are required to:
Maintain Product and Completed Operations and Garage Keepers insurance for liability purposes.
Have certified welders if they perform structural modifications to vehicles.
Have technicians certified for the equipment they sell, install and service.
Maintain records of all adaptive work.
Undergo an inspection/audit process at least annually by an independent auditing firm to ensure compliance to the NMEDA Guidelines, certain aspects of the Americans with Disabilities Act, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s (NHTSA) Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards (FMVSS) and “Make Inoperative” mandates.
Abide by the Mediation Committee’s decisions when a complaint is lodged by a consumer, a Dealer, or any other person or entity.
Provide 24 hour service to their customers.
Meet shop facility and equipment requirements.
Have four-corner scales.
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