Conyers, GA (Vocus/PRWEB) April 07, 2011
R&R Mobility has been selling wheelchair vans and conversion parts since the 1970s. However, they are expanding their service options to include many more personal and personable services including home delivery, online appointments, rentals and even a 24-hour technician on call service.
The R&R Mobility Company serves primarily the Georgia area, including major cities like Atlanta, Gainesville, Macon and Marietta. However, the company’s latest offer is that they will deliver wheelchair vans anywhere in the Southeastern part of the U.S., which includes the states of Georgia, Alabama, and Tennessee and South Carolina. This is a very attractive offer to some disabled motorists who may not have the opportunity to come by and test-drive a vehicle a number of times.
R&R Mobility is now starting an online appointment feature, which allows online users to schedule an in-person meeting. All users are contacted within 24 hours to confirm the appointment. They also provide a main office phone number (770-483-0767) for clients who are dealing with an emergency situation. Even if clients call after hours, they still have access to a 24-hour on call technician. The rental program allows local residents to rent vans for as little as $88 per day and to choose from high-end models like a 2007 Ford E-250 and 2008 Chevy Uplander.
R&R Mobility carries many quality handicap vans like Honda, Toyota, Dodge, Chrysler, Chevy, Buick, Pontiac and Ford, and works with brand name conversion companies like Braun, VMI Northstar and Summit. All its wheelchair lifts and accessories meet high Federal Safety Standards. In all, the company has over 100 vans in stock at all times.
R&R Mobility’s new service options emphasize their commitment to customer satisfaction as well as their company motto, “Values you can trust. Vans you’ll love.”
For more information about R&R Mobility and popular conversion vans, visit http://www.RRVan.com/.
About R&R Mobility: R&R Mobility first opened in the year 1974. One of the company’s founders actually had a family member in a wheelchair and wanted to help her regain mobility. The poor handicap vans scene in Georgia inspired the company owners to pursue an entirely new market. Eventually, R&R became the first authorized mobility dealer in Georgia and expanded onward.
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