Serving the Seating & Wheeled Mobility Professional
Mobility Solutions for a “Tough” Customer
In a certain classic James Stewart film, every time a bell rings, an angel gets his wings. But the rules may be different in the automotive mobility business — perhaps angels earn wings by turning wrenches or rebuilding motors?
Getting older can lead to physical challenges that include decreased range of motion, difficulty entering and exiting vehicles, and decreased manual dexterity. But such challenges don’t automatically mean seniors have to give up driving.
Time to update your database: The folks at Roll-A-Ramp have a new address.
If you’re a mobility dealer, you already know the drill: An excited customer arrives at your door, announces that he/she has just purchased a new van, minivan or SUV from the car dealer down the street, and now wants you to install a wheelchair or scooter lift or ramp. How often have you then had to break the news that a particular make or model cannot be adapted to the customer’s needs?
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