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MobilityWorks QAP Certified

NMEDA 'QAP' Certified

The NMEDA Quality Assurance Program (QAP) designation means that we adhere to best practices within the mobility industry. Our goal is to provide the highest level of performance and safety. Learn more about NMEDA QAP Certification at www.nmeda.com

MobilityWorks Service for Commercial Vans

Service Inspection for Wheelchair Lifts and Commercial Vans

  • Check overall operating condition (abnormal noises, binding, grinding)
  • Check control pendant (damaged pendent, insulation damage on cable, tightness of connectors)
  • Check electrical wiring (frayed wires, chaffed wires, loose connections)
  • Check vehicle interlock (operation during non-interlock mode)
  • Check hand rails (handrail fasteners are properly tightened)
  • Check lift mounts and support points (free of damage, all sufficiently tightened)
  • Check main lift pivot (traveling frame pins are properly installed, excessive wear, and locked into place)
  • Check inner roll-stop (operation during lift function, and at floor level)
  • Check platform roll-stop (operation upon ground contact)
  • Check hydraulic power unit and hydraulic system (fluid level, visible leaks, back up pump released valve, hydraulic cylinder[s] for leakage)
  • Clean and lubricate (clean then lubricate all moving parts, including door tracks and rollers and hinges and OEM door locks)
  • Test battery
  • Clean and check all battery cables and connections (apply anti-corrosive)
  • Check all manual back up systems for proper operations
  • Inspect and test jump or transfer seat operation, check all wiring for proper routing and condition. (clean roller tracks, lubricate all moving parts, check floor tie down bolts )
  • Inspect wheel chair tie-downs manual or power (check belt condition, operation, floor track condition, tie down bolts, operation, remove worn edges on bottom side, safety inter-lock, including emergency release)
  • All interior and external lighting (including third brake light)

Wheelchair Van Repair and Maintenance Service

Adaptive Equipment Installation, Repairs and Maintenance Inspections

MobilityWorks Service for Wheelchair Vans

All MobilityWorks locations offer adaptive equipment service. We can take care of almost any mobility-related installation, maintenance or repair situation. We carry an ample supply of Braun, VMI, Bruno, and other brand-name parts for common repairs. Our dedicated parts department can also have any necessary components ordered and delivered prior to your scheduled visit.

Customer 24-Hour Help Line: 1-866-977-0606 Option #9—Help is just a phone call away. MobilityWorks customers can speak with a trained service technician directly to help guide them through any unexpected problems. Your MobilityWorks sales consultant will provide you with the number to call for most service needs. In case of an emergency, call call 1-866-977-0606 and select Option #9. CUSTOMERS ONLY PLEASE.

Service Inspection for Wheelchair Accessible Minivans —
  • Check overall operating condition (abnormal noises, binding, grinding)
  • Clean and lube ramp hinges
  • Check tightness of ramp motor bolts /hinge bolts / rivets
  • Lubricate ramp pivot pin and bushings
  • Inspect and lubricate ramp drive arm
  • Operate ramp to ensure proper stow deploy switch adjustment
  • Verify manual operation of ramp
  • Clean door track & floor
  • Ensure drain holes are free of debris (lubricate all door hinges and locks)
  • Check door alignment and insure correct operation
  • Check sliding door harness for damage and proper operation
  • Inspect door operation cables
  • Inspect door full open switch
  • Test battery
  • Check kneel system operation, lubricate kneel chain & rollers
  • Verify operation of conversion with all switches and remotes
  • Check and adjust air tire pressure as posted on "b" pillar
  • Vacuum floor / clean ramp
  • Inspect and test transfer or jump-seat operation
  • Check all wiring for proper routing and condition
  • All interior and external lighting (including third brake light)

Scheduled Maintenance for Accessible Vans—Preventive maintenance plays a crucial part in the continued trouble-free operation of your adaptive equipment. All maintenance checks and repairs need to be pre-scheduled in advance. A scheduled check-up should be completed every six months. Most appointments are scheduled Monday through Friday during normal business hours. Please call us toll free at 1-877-275-4912 to schedule your next service appointment. Calls to this number will automatically route to the nearest MobilityWorks location based on your area code. Local numbers can be found on our Locations page in the event you are not routed correctly to your preferred store.

While You Wait—Our entire staff wants you to feel at ease while we complete the maintenance and servicing of your vehicle. We provide comfortable reception areas with coffee and cable TV while you wait. For installations or repairs that may take longer then usual, we can have someone take you to a local mall, restaurant or other destination until your automobile or van is ready.

Payment Options —MobilityWorks accepts most major credit cards and personal checks to pay for your repairs. If you're not sure about whether your particular credit card will be accepted, call the Service Number above and ask for Service Department at that facility.

Commercial Customers —MobilityWorks also provides maintenance and repair services to commercial customers with ambulettes, paratransit buses, transport vans, and other wheelchair accessible vehicles equipped with Braun, Ricon, VMI and Maxon wheelchair lifts.