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Is there a difference between adaptive & accessible vehicles?

Adaptive Vehicles

Also known as adapted vehicles, these are vehicles that modified to allow for operation of a vehicle by a person with limited mobility. The industry’s terminology can be confusing. Adaptive vehicles may also refer to a converted vehicle or one that has been re-manufactured for highway safety and full independent access for entering/exiting the vehicle in the wheelchair independently.

Kansas Truck Mobility has three major adaptive services that it offers:  Adaptive Seating, Wheelchair Lifts, and Hand Controls and Driving Aids. Read more

Turning Automotive Seating

We see many people searching for turning automotive seating, and previously we wrote about Bruno Stow-Away seating for pickups, as well as side vs. rear entry options. However, you might be looking for a passenger entry option that combines the convenience of side or rear entry with the minimal impact of stow away seating. Bruno offers the Bruno Valet Plus, the most versatile of the Valet Signature Seating line.

Versatility is the key to this mobility solution because everyone has different needs such as height. Each package is individually dealer pre-programmed to a customized setting. Read more