Common Mistakes People Make When Buying A Mobility Vehicle
Accessibility vehicles offer newfound freedom to individuals with disabilities and help them regain independence and boost their confidence to travel. These mobility aids are designed for convenience, comfort, and less dependability on your loved ones. However, like most customers, you may know the importance of a mobility vehicle but be unaware of the product specifications, features, brand, and other factors needed to buy a mobility vehicle. Without adequate knowledge of what you want, you are prone to making mistakes and picking the wrong product. To prevent this from happening and help you make the right choice on your first attempt, Access Options Inc has put together a list of the most common mistakes people make when buying a mobility vehicle.
1. Not buying locally
Mobility vehicles need routine service and occasional repair. When you buy the mobility vehicle from a local store, you will establish a relationship and comfort with the product that will yield a better long-term result.
2. Failing to do homework
In the mobility industry, there are wide disparities in the quality and suitability of mobility modifications. Therefore you should consult experienced modifiers to be sure that your needs are met appropriately.
3. Buying on price alone
You may be more dependent on your vehicles than other segments of society. When a mobility vehicle fails, it is a much more challenging situation. Keep in mind that sometimes spending a little more will give you a much more reliable solution.
4. “Uncle Bob” repairs
This is one of the most common mistakes when it comes to mobility repairs. In a bid to reduce expenses or quick service, you may let “Uncle Bob” try to repair your mobility vehicle. This often leads to increased expenses because our repair shops will need to fix the initial problem and whatever “Uncle Bob” tried to fix.
To avoid these and other mistakes with mobility vehicles, reach out to the experts at Access Options Inc. We are an auto and home accessibility sales and service company in Fremont and Watsonville, CA, that has been providing customizable accessibility solutions to clients with disabilities for more than three decades. We offer customization on vehicles and home modifications so that clients can travel around freely.
For auto accessibility products, we supply VMI and BraunAbility lowered floor wheelchair accessible vans, wheelchair lifts, scooter lifts, driving controls, and more. For home accessibility, we offer stairlifts, vertical platform lifts, ramp systems, and pool lifts. Everything we do is disability-related. Take advantage of our expertise to find the perfect solution.
We offer auto and home accessibility products to clients across San Mateo, Fremont, San Jose, Hayward, Palo Alto, Mountain View, Santa Cruz, and Watsonville, California.