Back to School Made Easier and More Comfortable

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Advanced Driving Systems is helping families and individuals get handicapped passengers to and from their locations more easily this fall.

Advanced Driving Systems is committed to helping families and individuals make their transportation more efficient and comfortable. During back to school season, getting a handicapped child to and from school can be stressful. With new lift chairs, students can get in and out of the seated position easier.

Advanced Driving Systems can install these special lift chairs to make transportation simple and more comfortable for handicapped individuals. The seats take the weight off of family and friends who are assisting an individual in and out of a vehicle. This makes the process uncomplicated by using a safe measured motion to provide a secure exit.

One of their recent customers included a seven-year-old young lady who needed more assistance during her trips to and from school. With the lift chair, her family is able to get her to and from school without stress.

The seats can be installed in vans, pickup trucks, and some SUVs. Customers interested in lift chairs can call 850-671-2300 or stop in to Advanced Driving Systems at any time. They are conveniently located off Capital Circle at 662 Capital Circle, Tallahassee, FL 32301.

About the company:
Advanced Driving Systems, Inc. (ADS), offers a wide variety of services. There is no job too big or too small, from scooter repairs to full custom van conversions; Advanced Driving Systems, Inc. is a one stop Independence Mobility Center. They offer the most competitive prices and complete customer satisfaction - this has made them one of the largest authorized dealers in North Florida.

When it comes to quality and dependability, ADS delivers. Advanced Driving Systems, Inc. stocks a wide variety of scooters, vans and accessories in house. Check out their vehicle selection on http://www.mobilitysales.com.

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