Keep Your Accessible Vehicle on the Road
I was raised in the Midwest by hard-working, middle-class parents who know the value of a dollar. One of the biggest investments in our family was the purchase of a vehicle. My parents put a lot of time and consideration into this decision, and once they bought the vehicle, we made sure to schedule regular maintenance.
I took their wisdom to heart when I bought my Chevrolet Lumina in 1991. I've had regular maintenance performed on this car for nearly 20 years now. It's still delivering me to work and home again every day, even through our harsh Midwestern winters.
To get the most value and reliability from such a big ticket item, it's important to have regular maintenance performed.
Every vehicle is a major investment these days, especially one as crucial to independence as awheelchair-accessible vehicle. When something goes wrong with a converted van, our customers can't borrow a replacement from a friend or neighbor down the street. To get the most value and reliability from such a big ticket item, it's important to have regular maintenance performed.
You may not decide to keep your vehicle for 20 years as I have, but with regular maintenance, yourEntervan or Rampvan will keep its value and provide dependable service until you're ready to purchase your next one.