Augusta, GA (PRWEB) August 27, 2013
Adaptive Driving Solutions is pleased to now offer mobile SVM Trucks to its customer base.
The vehicles are full-size General Motors trucks, Chevrolet Silverado and the GMC Sierra. These special trucks allow disabled drivers and passengers to experience the independence of traveling comfortably around town or across an open field.
All of these trucks are wheelchair transportation accessible from both the driver and passenger side of the vehicle. This specific design flexibility allows entry from either the driver or passenger side with a distinctive lift. Now individuals with limited mobility have the opportunity to remain in their wheelchair while driving or riding in a new pickup truck.
This concept has given many wheelchair bound drivers the opportunity to have a vehicle that better suits their needs versus the traditional mini-van. One of the biggest outcomes of owning an adaptable pickup is the freedom it provides to enjoy a stress-free quality of driving. Customers can rest easy knowing that numerous safety features come standard in their brand new truck.
For more information on Adaptive Driving Solutions’ many customizable vehicle options, please visit their website at http://www.augustamobility.com.
About the Company:
With over 25 years of experience in the mobility industry, Darryl Zerbel and his staff of certified professionals have the knowledge and experience to serve your mobility needs. We are the only NMEDA, QAP (Quality Assurance Program) dealer in the CSRA. From vehicle modifications to in-home products including wheelchair ramps, we have the solution for customers.
The staff at Adaptive Driving Solutions is sensitive to the special needs of their customers and will install only the necessary equipment at the most reasonable prices. Feel confident that the equipment will be of only the finest quality as they will stand behind any and all installation work.
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