Vehicle conversions showcased

Posted on November 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

For Liverpool-based Lewis Reed Wheelchair Accessible Vehicles, the recent Mobility Roadshow in Berkshire was a real success. With all the latest Lewis Reed Toyota, Volkswagen, Mercedes and Renault-based conversions on display, visitors to the show were able to compare model by model, then talk to a Lewis Reed mobility specialist about their particular requirements. Visitors were also able to arrange to test drive a vehicle from home. “The Mobility Show provided the perfect opportunity for us to put the 2001 Lewis Reed model range on display,” said Lewis Reed¹s managing director Peter Scullion. “At Lewis Reed, we have always placed great emphasis on making sure that each vehicle we supply meets the individual customer¹s needs precisely ­ and the response to our product offering was tremendous. “The Mobility Show allowed us to demonstrate to many prospective new customers just how seriously we view their requirements. “We were also able to present the high standards of customer service that come as standard

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