Tips for the Busy Travel Season

Accessible travel

With Memorial Day weekend and the July 4th Holiday coming soon, we are getting close to the busy travel season. Over the years, MobilityWorks has published several blogs that address some of the concerns many of our clients have regarding accessible travel. Below is a short recap and links to some of the best articles we felt were beneficial to today’s travelers.

In addition to the links below, please see our “Categories” selection to the left, where you can select blogs that relate to various topics, including Adaptive Sports, Caregivers, Travel, Veterans, and much more.


14 Ways to Make Flying More Worry-Free

Traveling by air can be challenging for anyone. Thanks to the Air Carrier Access Act and stricter rules to remove obstacles, flying has become easier for people with disabilities. If you prepare in advance with these 14 tips, you’re more likely to have an easier, less stressful flight. Continue reading…

Martyn Sibley Shares his Top 10 Travel Tips

Guest Blogger Martyn Sibley, founder of Disability Horizons, joins MobilityWorks to share his top 10 tips for traveling. Continue reading…

MobilityWorks Rentals: Keeping you Connected

With summer quickly approaching, it is the perfect time to rent an accessible vehicle from MobilityWorks. We are excited to announce our summer savings program, where you can save 10%* during July, August and September. Continue reading…

Experience Accessibility in Los Angeles

Los Angeles is the second-largest city in the United States and a very popular tourist destination. You can spend days discovering all sites the City of Angels has to offer. When you or a loved one is traveling with a wheelchair or scooter, it’s important to plan ahead so that your travels are smooth and stress-free. Continue reading…

Planning for Future Travels When Driving Across the Border

Now that you’ve purchased a wheelchair van and plan on visiting destinations in Canada or Mexico, you need to prepare ahead of time for obtaining a passport. You can no longer drive across the border with just a state issued license and birth certificate. If you’re thinking about taking a trip, here are a few things to be aware of.  Continue reading…

I’m Getting a Mobility Scooter… Now How Do I Transport It?

Compatibility with your Vehicle and travel plans are key issues when purchasing a mobility scooter. There are many options from which to choose when deciding how to best transport them, especially when traveling long distances or on vacations. The best option is usually determined by having a professional Certified Mobility Consultant (CMC) perform a needs analysis with you. Continue reading…