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The Allstar Bus has been rigorously tested, from the 3,000 lbs. seat-pull test to the 7-year/200,000 mile Altoona testing. Bus operators and passengers can ride comfortably knowing that they are protected. Featuring straight side wall construction to maximize passenger shoulder space, the Allstar has the widest aisle in the industry. It also accommodates a variety of seatings arrangements, including wheelchair accessibility and numerous options for luggage storage. Specifications: • Fully welded steel cage construction (meets FMVSS) • Electric actuated passengerentry door with full length glass • 93” interior width • 80” interior floor to ceiling height with standard floor • Ceiling and rear wall fabric for sound abatement • Easy-to-clean fibreglass reinforced plastic sidewalls • 1.25” left hand vertical passenger assist rail at entry door

Our 2016 Toyota Sienna Short-Cut Conversion Mobility Van is the perfect solution for users in the transport, taxi, and healthcare sectors who require wheelchair accessible vehicles. These minivans are known to live up to the challenge of the wear-and-tear of transit fleet, with flexible seating options and wheelchair positions to meet the needs of every client.

The 2011 Manual Side Entry Chrysler Town & Country allows passengers to quickly and easily enter the vehicle. The manual ramp is durable and stable with very few mechanical pieces that can wear out over time. The side entry Town & Country is the perfect choice for those who travel with an attendant.

If you have any questions about this vehicle, do not hesitate to call one of MoveMobility’s friendly consultants! Call 1-877-781-8267 or email info@movemobility.ca for more information.

The 2015 Manual Side Entry Dodge Grand Caravan allows passengers to quickly and easily enter the vehicle. The manual ramp is durable and stable with very few mechanical pieces that can wear out over time. The side entry Dodge Caravan is the perfect choice for those who travel with an attendant.

If you have any questions about this vehicle, do not hesitate to call one of MoveMobility’s friendly consultants! Call 1-877-781-8267 or email info@movemobility.ca for more information.

With every vehicle order received from November 15 to December 20, 2017, MoveMobility will donate $500 - $1,500 to a charity of your (the client's) choice. To get started, submit the form on the right and allow us to help you determine the best solution for your mobility needs. Request a Free Mobility Consult to have one of our friendly consultants call you to discuss your mobility needs and how MoveMobility can help you. From there, we will work with you to ensure your vehicle will provide the freedom of transportation you need. Orders received between November 15 and December 20, 2017 are eligible for the Cause4Care Donation! Give us a call at 877.781.8267 to learn more!

Full Size Van (Promaster or Transit) Order: $1,500 Donation

Minivan (Grand Caravan or Sienna) Order: $500 Donation

The 2011 Manual Rear Entry Dodge Grand Caravan allows passengers to quickly and easily enter the vehicle. The manual ramp is durable and stable with very few mechanical pieces that can where out over time. The rear entry Dodge Grand Caravan allows for one or two wheelchair positions as well as optional flip and fold mid row seats and an optional third row seat.

Manual ramps made easy.

The ramp provides easy access with 56″ of height clearance, 91″ pan length, 31″ pan width and 23.5″ clearance between the mid row seating.

If you have any questions about this vehicle, please don’t hesitate to reach out to one of MoveMobility’s consultants today! Call 1-877-781-8267 or email info@movemobility.ca for more information.

Old Man Winter brings with him many challenges. We have to remember to leave a few minutes early if the roads are bad. You’ve got to be even more conscious of other drivers on the road. Here are six things you should definitely include in your Winter Car Kit.

Share in the comments below what you include in your Winter Car Kit, and any suggestions for what you think others should include in theirs!

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