AbiliTrax Exceeds Testing Requirements for Mercedes Sprinter Seating

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Access Elevator announces the recent testing results of the AbiliTrax flooring platform.

By far the most advanced cost effective securement system today. It's genius...they thought of everything.

Fenton Mobility of Jamestown, New York, sister company of Access Elevator, is happy to announce the American-made AbiliTrax flooring platform recently exceeded the FMVSS & CMVSS 207/210 and 225 testing requirements.

The testing was performed and documented by a third-party-certified laboratory with test loads exceeding 21,000 lbs. AbiliTrax is a flooring platform that allows vehicles like the Mercedes Sprinter, Ford Transit and Dodge Promaster to have movable seating, wheelchair positions and accessories in a matter of seconds without having to perform any structural work to the respective vehicle.

An Abilitrax equipped vehicle can be used to transport passengers, wheelchair occupants, stretcher-gurneys, cargo, as a limousine service or any combination, and all within a few minutes. View the operation in this video: http://youtu.be/PRm4tcn-J24

Fenton Mobility is currently shipping the system in Sprinters, Ford E-350, General Motors Express and Savanna and will immediately begin booking orders for all sizes for the Dodge Promasters and Ford Transits when they are available from the manufacturer later this quarter. Fenton Mobility is also interviewing dealerships to partner with, utilizing Ship-Thru for the AbiliTrax platform within their respective product lines.

The Abilitrax platform will begin testing on the Promaster for seating and wheelchair accessibility early this July, followed by the Ford Transit seating and wheelchair accessibility.

For more information, call Fenton Mobility at 800-500-6181 or visit http://abilitrax.com/.
<br>About the Company:<br>Fenton Mobility, the sister company of Access Elevator, is a certified Mobility Upfitter specializing in the Ford, Mercedes, Dodge, Chevrolet and Freightliner Chassis. Their professional staff is available to assist customers with all their adaptive equipment needs. From consumer handicap vans to commercial wheelchair vans, they have all the necessary mobility equipment and van modifications that allow for freedom and mobility. For more information, visit http://www.fentonmobility.com/.

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