Customisation is never a problem

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

The Lewis Reed Group says it is probably the biggest supplier of wheelchair accessible vehicles to the private retail market, and are also established in the local government, NHS and taxi markets nationwide. The group¹s “Cruiser” range of vehicles offer Renault, VW, Toyota, Mercedes and Ford with seating layouts ranging from two seats and one wheelchair up to 17 seats with numerous interchangeable wheelchair positions. Sales director Peter Scullion said Lewis Reed was one of the first wheelchair accessible converters to undertake in-vehicle seat testing to M1 standards and now intends to be the first to offer a fully CEN compliant vehicle to PTS divisions in the UK Ambulance Service and nursing homes alike. “Customisation is never a problem, regardless of the complexity of the individual user¹s requirements,” Mr Scullion said. # Tel: 0151 650 2334

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