IMED Mobility Debuts 2010 Wheelchair Vans for Disabled Drivers Around the U.S.

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IMED Mobility is debuting new wheelchair vans for the year 2010. Disabled users can expect high-end features, brand name conversions and even home delivery.

IMED Mobility is now debuting new wheelchair vans from Honda, Dodge and Toyota and is arranging for home delivery. This company works with a variety of manufacturers in an effort to provide high quality handicap vans to disabled drivers in the northern U.S. and all over the nation.

Though IMED Mobility is stationed in Roseville, MN, the dealership reaches out to customers all over the United States. IMED Mobility was founded in the year 2002 and is now one of the largest dealers for private use wheelchair lifts and vans in the country. The company states that its goal is to provide “affordable products with superior service and quality.”

Motorists can now buy the newest IMED Mobility inventory and arrange for free nationwide delivery. IMED Mobility promotes their Honda and Dodge inventory above the other models, as these new vans are the industry standard. The Honda Odyssey wheelchair vans model is a V6 front wheel drive minivan with an 11-inch lowered floor, powered door, hand controls and power ramp. Honda Odyssey vans from IMED Mobility are equipped with a VMI Summit conversion.

IMED Mobility is also announcing the Dodge Grand Caravan SXT model, now with VMI and Northstar wheelchair lifts. This wheelchair van has a three year (36,000) mile warranty as well as a lowered floor, power doors, Power-Kneel technology and a power ramp, making it an ideal transport vehicle for a wheelchair user. Some of IMED Mobility’s most innovative VMI-installed features include tri-zone air conditioning, voice activated systems, and an automotive seating system that lowers wheelchair users out of any vehicle, even a truck.

IMED Mobility caters to the disabled driver and even offers nationwide financing plans as well as national delivery. IMED Mobility states that they customize their conversion vans to “fit any need and any budget.” Not only does the company arrange for local delivery, and flexible financing, but it now customizes wheelchair lifts, hand controls and transfer seats.

With companies like IMED Mobility leading the way in handicap vans, disabled individuals are becoming more self-sufficient in the 21st century, and it’s a comforting trend to witness.

For more information on wheelchair lifts contact http://www.ImedMobility.com/.

About IMED Mobility: IMED Mobility is a customer-focused company that helps disabled users find quality wheelchair vans and local dealerships. The company’s customer-friendly policies include free delivery, financing and new and used inventory. They also buy wheelchair accessible vans and accept trade-ins.

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