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Emmitt is Off to Fort McKay, AB!

Fort McKay First Nation's Wheelchair Accessible Bus is on its way!
Move Mobility wheelchair van mascot

Fort McKay First Nation recently purchased a new Wheelchair Accessible Bus. They will benefit from greater capacity for transporting wheelchair and ambulatory passengers. We are pleased to provide the community with the mobility solution that fits their needs and increases the freedom for wheelchair passengers.

Is the Allstar Bus for you?

To learn more about the full size bus, which works well for communities who require a large vehicle for wheelchair and passenger transportation, learn more about the Allstar Bus here! Alternatively, a more fuel efficient and flexible option to the Allstar Bus is the Dodge Ram Promaster. This incredibly popular vehicle provides the flexibility in seating and wheelchair positions that every organization needs. If you think this might be the solution for your transportation needs, click here to learn more about the features!

Thank you to Fort McKay First Nation, and we look forward to working with them again!

Meet our Mascot, Emmitt!

MoveMobility's Moose Mascot Has Arrived!

Meet our mascot, Emmitt! Emmitt is a furry moose who wears a green shirt sporting MoveMobility’s brand, representing our company wherever he goes. With each wheelchair accessible vehicle purchased from MoveMobility, Emmitt will be seated in the front passenger seat! We hope our clients enjoy having Emmitt around – we can’t want to see the places he’ll go!

To read about Emmitt’s first trip, check out this blog post: Emmitt Heads to Tadoule Lake, MB!

 

 

Like & Share!

If you are a client who has one of MoveMobility’s Emmitt mascots, share your photos of his activity! We’re sure he’ll be well received by your families, community members, and clients. Share on Social Media or send us the photos at info@movemobility.ca and we’ll be sure to share!

Emmitt Heads to Tadoule Lake, MB!

Sayisi Dene Wheelchair Vehicles On Their Way!

On Friday, March 26, 2018, we were pleased to meet with representatives from the Sayisi Dene First Nation at MoveMobility’s Head Office in Winnipeg to hand over their new Wheelchair Accessible vans! Thank you to Peter and Shirley Cheekie and the drivers who accompanied them.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Accommodating Winter Roads

The Wheelchair Accessible Promasters were completed in a very short space of time. This was due to the requirement for the vans to be driven across Manitoba’s winter roads. Because of the remote location of some northern communities, these basic access routes cross many types of landscape: muskeg, rivers, lakes, and streams. The winter roads are expected to close early this year, meaning our team at MoveMobility worked hard [...]

 

A few weeks ago, the team here at MoveMobility celebrated a special acheivement! We congratulated our Production Team on completing the Wheelchair Accessible Modification on our 200th Promaster van, with all 200 being completed in a very short of space of time! A massive Thank You goes to our Vehicle Modification Technicians and Production staff, who always ensure our vehicles are at the highest standards of workmanship before the van leaves Production.

As a company, MoveMobility is proud to be providing transportation solutions that simplify life for persons with disabilities. Our mission is to provide communities and organizations with the freedom and opportunity to be able to transport all of their clients with our specialized mobility equipment.

Get in touch with one of our friendly Mobility Consultants! Keep browsing our website, www.movemobility.ca, or give us a call at [...]

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!

To Lease or to Finance?

It’s a common quandary: choosing whether to lease or to finance your wheelchair van. While both options offer several distance benefits, we’d like to take a few paragraphs to go into the benefits of choosing to lease your wheelchair van. While it’s not always the most common approach to procuring a wheelchair van, learning the ins and out of how leasing a wheelchair van can benefit you — and your wallet. For many, leasing a wheelchair van gives them a sense of freedom and less commitment than choosing to finance or outright buy a wheelchair van. If you’re curious about the benefits of choosing to lease rather than finance your wheelchair van, continue reading to learn more.

Click Here to View Our Leasing Options

Tax Benefits [...]
To Lease or to Finance?

It’s a common quandary: choosing whether to lease or to finance your wheelchair van. While both options offer several distance benefits, we’d like to take a few paragraphs to go into the benefits of choosing to lease your wheelchair van. While it’s not always the most common approach to procuring a wheelchair van, learning the ins and out of how leasing a wheelchair van can benefit you — and your wallet. For many, leasing a wheelchair van gives them a sense of freedom and less commitment than choosing to finance or outright buy a wheelchair van. If you’re curious about the benefits of choosing to lease rather than finance your wheelchair van, continue reading to learn more.

Click Here to View Our Leasing Options

Tax Benefits [...]

Keep Cool

This summer has been a bit milder than usual. Rarely has Winnipeg seen a day above 26°C, and that’s gotten more people outside and exploring all Manitoba has to offer. We’re big proponents of road trips, and we’ve written a bit about some of the best destinations in and around Manitoba to visit this summer.  However, before you embark on a road trip of any length (or put more miles on your wheelchair van), we’d like to offer you some helpful tips for keeping your wheelchair accessible van running smoothly and cool this summer. These maintenance tips are quick, easy ways to make sure you don’t run into any major issues down the road. Without further ado, let’s get into it.

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It’s Your Van. Get The Most Out of It

 

When it comes to getting a wheelchair adapted vehicle that’s right for you, you deserve to be a little picky. Afterall, it’s your comfortable connection to all that Winnipeg, Manitoba, and the entirety of Canada have to offer. But, just how picky can you be when choosing a wheelchair van or wheelchair adapted vehicle that not only suits your needs, but gets you where you need to be in comfort and style?

When you choose MoveMobility, you’ll have plenty of wriggle room for choosing the van that’s just right for you. Why? Because MoveMobility knows you have many concerns and questions, and we offer a stock of new and new-to-you wheelchair vans that are sure to meet your needs [...]

Winnipeg is a wonderful city. From our architecture to city parks and green spaces, and from the unique restaurants and pubs to stimulating museums that make up much of our city, Winnipeg is nothing shy of an exciting city. But with the summer heat having settled in, the ‘peg can feel like a giant pizza oven well into the summer. This can be quite an annoyance (or health hazard, depending on the person and the heat levels) if you’re trying to plan action-packed days. Not that you’d have any trouble filling up these days, but the city can become overwhelming with the heat, constant movement, and loading in and unloading out of your wheelchair van. While Winnipeg is great, it’s always nice to get out of the city and into [...]

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