St. Louis, Missouri (Vocus/PRWEB) March 03, 2011
United Access is now offering 2010 wheelchair vans to disabled drivers in the Central U.S. United Access is selling some cutting edge conversion specialties from brand name manufacturers like VMI, Viewpoint Mobility, GoShichi, Braun and Eldorado. These features easily install onto Ford vans, GM vans, Honda minivans and Chrysler vans. One of the most attractive features for disabled drivers coming from United Access dealerships includes the hands-free voice controlled speakerphone, which lets drivers activate certain car or phone tasks by voice.
United Access works with VMI innovations so that disabled drivers can now access mobility hand controls, which allow drivers to operate gas pedals and brakes with hand buttons. Other innovations include the EZ Lock wheelchair lifts and bracket system, and the very light Q-Straint QRT Max, a security device and wheelchair protector that takes only one hand to operate. The RICON line of wheelchair lifts offers a variety of mechanisms for disabled drivers to choose from, including the Clearway lift, the Klearvue, the Reliant, the Slide Away and the Uni-Lite.
The United Access Company is based in the central United States and targets key markets in Oklahoma, Texas, Missouri and Kansas, among other central or southern states. United Access grew from a small dealership in St. Louis into a large regional dealership, now based in seven locations around the Midwest and Southern Plains.
The company helps physically-challenged drivers in the region find modern handicap vans close to their local neighborhood. The company also handles customization so that these vans have the newest safety and convenience features added into the conversion.
United Access provides full services to disabled individuals, who can expect customized conversions, delivery, wheelchair lifts and scooter lifts, certified and inspected vehicles, and generous financing arrangements, with loans that last up to ten years.
From Northstar-converted Honda Odyssey minivans to Tuscany full size vans, United Access is helping to bring independence and luxury back to the handicap vans industry.
For more information on handicap vans, contact http://www.UnitedAccess.com/.
About United Access: The United Access Company was founded in 1971 and now has seven locations in the U.S. The company’s goal is to help disabled drivers back on the road and back to independence. United Access is also involved in charity work, having donated $40,000 to local charities in 2010. Over 20% of the company’s employees are wheelchair van customers.