Ride-Away Enhances Website to Improve Customer Experience

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The website added user friendly and educational tools and a crisper design in order to make the site more inviting and more search engine friendly.

Our number one goal is to create an overall excellent experience for our customers each time they visit one of our websites

Ride-Away, America’s largest provider of wheelchair vans, vehicle modifications and adaptive equipment is proud to announce its new website (http://www.Ride-Away.com). The more user-friendly site has a crisper design with added educational tools.

Ride-Away changed the look of their site in a way that makes it more inviting and easier to navigate.
“Our number one goal is to create an overall excellent experience for our customers each time they visit one of our websites,” Mark Lore, Ride-Away President/CEO said.

Ride-Away also reorganized the inventory page. The information about each vehicle is now easier to read, so now a visitor to the website does not have to scroll up and down the page in order to get vehicle details.
“Another important goal of ours is to increase our organic search rankings to assist a wider range of consumers,” Rob Gartmayer, Ride-Away Marketing Manager said.

The site was designed with the intention to be more search engine optimization (SEO) friendly. Ride-Away has added a link to their blog on their site as well. “The mobility blog will allow our customers to interact with Ride-Away in a way they were unable to in the past. We are encouraging, and looking forward to receiving feedback from our customers so that we can better serve them and improve the experience,” Jaime Kuczewski, Ride-Away President said.

Ride-Away plans to expand this site in the future by adding a video page and more information about new products and services.

ABOUT RIDE-AWAY: (http://www.Ride-Away.com)
Ride-Away is America’s largest provider of modified vehicles and adaptive equipment for people with disabilities. Ride-Away products are used by individuals with minor to profound disabilities requiring additional assistance while traveling and range from hand controls and lifts to raised door and lowered floor vehicle modifications. Founded in 1986, Ride-Away’s 11 East Coast locations are committed to offering a broad selection of specialized vehicles and services to meet the needs of every customer. All of Ride-Away’s locations are also QAP (Quality Assurance Program) certified through the National Mobility Equipment Dealers Association (NMEDA), resulting in Ride-Away being held to the highest standards in the industry. For more information, call (888)-RIDE-AWAY (888-743-3292) or visit our website at http://www.Ride-Away.com.


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