MobilityWorks Blog

Marine Veteran Travels on His Own Terms With Accessible Van from MobilityWorks

July 16, 2024

For Marine veteran Carson McLeod, accessible transportation is about more than just getting from Point A to Point B—it’s also about being able to travel on his own terms. After connecting with MobilityWorks through the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) and finding support from nonprofits, including Help Our Military Heroes and the Semper Fi Fund, […]

The Game Changer

May 16, 2024

The story of Billy Don Wheeler is one of resilience and determination. Despite facing several challenges throughout his life, he has always overcome them. Sports have always been a passion for him, and even though he could not participate, he made a significant impact in the sports arena throughout his life. For over 30 years, […]

Determination and Two Solutions Help Gain Independence

May 16, 2024

In February of 2023, Janae Edmonson, an aspiring 17-year-old volleyball player, was involved in an accident that resulted in the amputation of both her legs and 29 surgeries. Despite this, she was determined to attend college the following September at MTSU in Murfreesboro, TN. To maintain her independence, Janae reached out to MobilityWorks of Nashville […]

MobilityWorks and Bridge to Mobility – Better Together and an Amazing Mom!

May 16, 2024

Special Education teacher, Lauren Flynn has fostered and adopted several children with disabilities in her lifetime. Recently their vehicle with over 200,000 miles broke and was deemed no longer serviceable. Lauren and her four children were suddenly in need of a Wheelchair Accessible Vehicle (WAV). The WAV was a necessity to transport Julian, a 14-year-old […]

Client Care in Focus: Paul Bankovich and MobilityWorks Largo

February 9, 2024
Paul with some happy customers in front of a new van.

At MobilityWorks, we recognize that our clients have unique needs, and we treat each of them as individuals. We take this charge seriously and strive to accomplish this goal every day. In 2023, no Certified Mobility Consultant  (CMC) was better than Paul Bankovich at our location in Largo, Florida. We know this thanks to all […]

MobilityWorks Acquires ParaQuad Mobility and Absolute Mobility, Adding 2 New States to Nationwide Presence

February 6, 2024

RICHFIELD, Ohio, February 5, 2024 ( – MobilityWorks®, the nation’s largest retailer of wheelchair-accessible vehicles, mobility equipment and services, is excited to announce its expansion into two new states through the acquisition of ParaQuad Mobility in Utah and Absolute Mobility in Washington. These acquisitions support MobilityWorks’ mission to provide accessible vehicle solutions for wheelchair users and […]

14 Ways to Make Flying More Worry-Free

December 18, 2023
Rear view of airport worker pushing man on wheelchair in the airplane.

Traveling by air can be challenging for anyone. The Air Carrier Access Act and the Airline Passengers with Disabilities Bill of Rights set stricter rules in an attempt to make flying easier for people with disabilities, but it is also important to be aware of these guidelines yourself. Prepare in advance with these 14 tips […]

Drive Thru Holiday Light Displays Around the Country

December 5, 2023

We have finally made it to December, that wonderful time of year when most of the country is dark before dinner and we all must decide what to do in the evening. What better time to go out and see some holiday lights? Here is a list of some of the largest and most interesting […]

6 Items to Regularly Check on your Wheelchair Accessible Vehicle

November 13, 2023
MobilityWorks mechanic inspects under hood of vehicle

If you’re looking to keep your wheelchair accessible vehicle in top shape, MobilityWorks technicians are here to help. Regular maintenance is key to ensuring your vehicle is operating properly, and we’re often asked about the most common items to check. In this article, we’ll cover some of the main areas to keep an eye on […]

Florida, Maryland Stores Team Up to Help Veteran

November 10, 2023
US Navy veteran John Bollinger poses next to his new accessible vehicle.

Veteran John Bollinger has been driving adapted vehicles ever since he became paralyzed in 1969 while serving in the US Navy. In March of 2022, John and his wife were involved in an accident that totaled their accessible Toyota Sienna. They both managed to escape uninjured, but without his van, John was housebound. Working with […]