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MobilityWorks in Bear, Delaware is Now Open!

MobilityWorks has opened a new sales, service and rental location in Bear, DE. The new MobilityWorks van showroom and service center is located just a few miles south of Wilmington, Delaware’s largest city, and about 30 miles from the state capital of Dover. With this location, MobilityWorks now has 67 stores stretching from Maine to California!

Our New Address:
MobilityWorks
1010 Contractors Way
Bear, DE 19701

Phone: 302-613-7552

Store Hours:
Mon: 8:00 AM- 5 PM
Tue: 8:00 AM – 5 PM
Wed: 8:00 AM – 5 PM
Thu: 8:00 AM – 5 PM
Fri: 8:00 AM- 5 PM
Sat: By appointment only
Sun: Closed

We already have accessible vehicles ready for sale that you can test drive today! Click Here to View the Bear, DE Inventory.

 

BraunAbility ‘Built to Trust’ Sales Event Offers Savings on New Accessible Vehicles

As the leading reseller of BraunAbility conversions in the country, MobilityWorks is pleased to announce a new sales event program with savings up to $4,100 off the purchase of a new vehicle. The ‘Built to Trust’ campaign, created by BraunAbility, promotes a recent independent survey showing that 92% of mobility technicians ranked BraunAbility conversions with these industry leading scores:

  • #1 in Overall Quality
  • #1 in Service and Support
  • #1 in Value for the Dollar
  • #1 in Brand Reputation

The BraunAbility promotion applies to new 2016 or 2017 Dodge Grand Caravans and new 2016 Chrysler Town & Country minivans.  Take advantage now by calling our Client Care Center at 1-877-275-4907. Hurry, this program ends May 31, 2017!

Find a Built to Trust Van Near You

MobilityWorks has the largest inventory of BraunAbility Dodge and Chrysler vehicles that apply to the Built to Trust savings campaign. Search for 2016 and 2017 BraunAbility Dodge wheelchair vans in your area. A limited supply of 2016 BraunAbility Chrysler wheelchair vans are also available.

* 2016 Martec Dealer Service Technician Study
**On a BraunAbility new 2016 and 2017 Grand Caravans or 2016 Chrysler Town & Country. Amounts may vary. Savings based on Model 29S SE with optional equipment: spare tire, power driver seat, load leveling suspension. Savings based on current MSRP on same model. Promotion is available in the United States only. Bonus cash can be used as down payment on purchase or as a rebate mailed to customer after the purchase. Program ends May 31, 2017. Offer not valid for any previous purchases. Cannot be combined with any other special offers. See store for complete details

Country Music Stars Donate Wheelchair to Wounded Veteran

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The country duo Florida Georgia Line are quickly becoming some of the biggest stars in music. Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard released their third album last year, and have been touring all over North America in 2017.  As a part of their “Dig your Roots” tour the group decided they wanted to do something special. Earlier this month they donated an all-terrain wheelchair to retired Army Staff Sergeant Shane Savage. Shane and his family also received free tickets to the show — and just days prior were told the exciting news that they would get to meet the band and be part of a special presentation.

To make this all possible, the band partnered with The Independence Fund, a non-profit organization based out of Charlotte, NC that was founded in 2007. Over the past 10 years, they have donated 1,750 off-road power chairs to America’s heroes. The organization has also received national media attention with the support of Fox News.

The wheelchair that was donated is an Action Trackchair, which instead of wheels, has a durable rubber track similar to that of a military vehicle. This allows the user to travel across practically any terrain including water, mud or snow. It comes complete with an easy to maneuver joystick control  and can be tilted 20 degrees in any direction.

Florida Georgia Line will be donating several more wheelchairs as they continue their tour this summer. Congratulations to Shane and we thank you for your service to our country!

Click here for more information on The Independence Fund and to find out how you can get involved.

Sam Schmidt: Reengineering Sam

Sam Scmidt-640At the turn of the century, Sam Schmidt was regarded as one of the rising stars in the IndyCar series. On January 6, 2000, Sam was involved in a wreck that left him paralyzed from the neck down. Ever since that day it has been Sam’s mission to get back behind the wheel!

With help from BraunAbility and Arrow Electronics, Sam was provided with a semi-autonomous Chevrolet Corvette C7 Stingray that he is able to drive with slight head movements. He was able to drive this car around a racetrack at over 150 mph!

The video below is a preview for a new documentary that highlights Sam’s journey. The film’s premiere is next week at the Cleveland International Film Festival. Congratulations Sam!

Click here to learn more about Sam’s Corvette

Ethan Battles Duchennes Muscular Dystrophy

Ethan-PylesEthan Pyles is one of the toughest 14 year olds on the planet! He lives with his mom Sandra and older brother Mitchell in Pennsylvania. At a very young age, Ethan was diagnosed with Duchennes Muscular Dystrophy (DMD), a genetic disorder characterized by progressive muscle degeneration and weakness. There is currently no cure for DMD, but Ethan is playing a huge part in finding one.

Duchennes is one of the most common types of muscular dystrophy. It is caused by an absence of dystrophin, a protein that helps keep muscle cells intact. DMD primarily affects males with symptoms typically starting between the ages of 3 and 5. It is estimated that about 1 in 3,500 boys are born with DMD. Although it is a genetic disorder, Duchennes can develop without any family history of the disease. There are currently several clinical research trials seeking a cure, one of which Ethan is involved in.

In 2015, Ethan’s mother was given the opportunity to have him participate in a brand new research program through Kennedy Krieger Institute in Baltimore. Ethan, being only 12 years old, pleaded with his mother knowing that this could make such a difference and even save his friends lives. He has to receive weekly infusions through a port in his chest, as well as travel to Columbus, OH for deep tissue muscle biopsies. This entire procedure is extremely painful and time consuming, but it is paying off! Recently the drug Ethan has been receiving, known as ExondyS51, was approved for commercial use.

Over the past few months, Ethan’s mom started looking into purchasing a wheelchair accessible van. They recently received wonderful news from the Jett foundation based out of Massachusetts. They agreed to match any funds raised up to $15,000 towards the purchase of their new vehicle.

You can visit Ethan’s page to learn more about his story or to make a donation by clicking here.

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