Beyond their extensive safety crash testing, their wheelchair accessible vans are designed with their customer and their family in mind. Often, the driver of a wheelchair accessible van is not in a wheelchair, but rather a caregiver, parent or spouse. They design and convert their vans to appear as close to the original model of the vehicle as possible. As the name suggests, their wheelchair accessible vans are designed to be adaptable – adapted versions of the original vehicle so their customers don’t feel like they’re losing their trusted car and gaining a clunky wheelchair accessible van. They understand the sensitivity surrounding the appearance of other traditional handicap van body styles, and the desire to have a wheelchair accessible van that looks like a non-altered car. Everything they do is guided by their desire to improve their customers’ quality of life beyond their imaginations.