Southern Mobility Vehicles customers get out and about in their WAVs!
Here at Southern Mobility Vehicles in West Sussex, we’ve sold hundreds of wheelchair accessible vehicles (WAVs) to disabled clients and their carers.
Aside from the obvious work and lifestyle benefits of owning a WAV, our customers have also identified in feedback to us that their new vehicles have enabled them to get out and explore some of the area’s most popular tourist destinations; places of interest that were formerly inaccessible to them.
Here are just three south-east hotspots our customers have visited in a Southern Mobility Vehicles WAV.
Built the year after the Norman Conquest, this restored landmark is Grade I listed and is a place of national interest, as well as being home to the Duke of Norfolk. The castle has been commended for its disabled access, including designated blue badge parking spaces for mobilty vehicles.
One of our customers recently attended the Arundel Castle tour and remarked: “Without my wheelchair-accessible vehicle, I would never have been able to visit the castle. The surrounding areas are very hilly, but the provisions at the landmark itself are excellent. Thanks SMV!”
As autumn approaches, the golden leaves of Bedgebury in Kent beckon, along with a number of attractions, including a café, picnic areas and – for the truly adventurous – a GoApe adventure course.
The area has blue badge parking and there are smoother surfaces and kinder gradients for wheelchair users.
Rye, in East Sussex, is a market town that dates back to medieval times and offers sandy beaches, great shopping and places of interest.
Rye is a very wheelchair-friendly town and is a big hit with many of our customers, who regularly visit in their mobility vehicles!
Do you want to get out and explore everything the south-east has to offer? Come and see us at Southern Mobility Vehicles – either in West Sussex or Surrey – and we can help you achieve that freedom you’ve been longing for, with one of our state-of-the-art WAVs.