We believe that everyone should have access to safe, reliable, and cost effective transportation options, regardless of their mobility. In this spirit, MoveMobility is proud to be the industry leader through innovative and user friendly vehicles that have been designed to be accessible for everyone.
What to expect from MoveMobility:
We feel that buying a wheelchair accessible vehicle should be a pleasant experience and our goal is to exceed your expectations. Whether you are looking for a vehicle for personal use, adding an accessible vehicle to your existing commercial fleet, or looking to enhance the transportation service within your community, we understand that everyone’s needs are different. Through consultation, we will partner with you to achieve a thorough understanding of your needs. This enables us to provide you with a vehicle that fits your particular needs and is within your budget.
Why Choose MoveMobility?
- Over $2M investment in Product Development and Innovation in the past five years
- Over ten years of industry experience
- Over fifty Fleet customers nationwide
- Top Brands, including Dodge, Ford, Mercedes, and Toyota
Transport Canada Certified: CMVSS (Canada Motor Vehicle Safety Standards) & National Safety Mark
Ford QVM (Qualified Vehicle Modifier Program)
The Ford QVM Program is a stringent qualification program that MoveMobility is proud to be a part of. As one of only two Ford QVM Members in Canada, MoveMobility's qualification proves our commitment to the highest standards of safety and quality in our accessible van conversions.
OMVIC (Ontario Motor Vehicle Industry Council)
The purpose of OMVIC is to “maintain a fair and informed marketplace in Ontario by protecting the rights of consumers, enhancing industry professionalism and ensuring fair, honest and open competition for registered motor vehicle dealers.” (Visit OMVIC‘s website for more information).
C.A.L.E. (Certified in Automotive Law and Ethics)
OCSA (Ontario Community Support Association)
The OCSA is the voice of the home and community support sector. OCSA members provide a wide variety of health and wellness services that help a wide range of clients, including seniors and people with disabilities, live independently in their own homes and communities for as long as possible.
SARC (Saskatchewan Association of Rehabilitation Centres)
SARC is a provincial association that provides services to nonprofit organizations to expand their potential and support the work they do in their communities.