United Access Reaches Out to Low and Fixed-Income Families with Wheelchair Accessible Van Financing
United Access, one of the top mobility dealerships in the nation, is reaching out to lower income families and fixed income households. It offers financing for its new and used wheelchair vans to disabled drivers.
Columbia, MO (PRWEB) May 17, 2011
United Access is known for its accommodating terms, but its new financing terms go beyond good business sense and into charitable efforts territory. The company is offering generous financing terms on its inventory of handicap vans, including 2010 Honda, Toyota, Chrysler and Dodge vans.
While financing is a staple of the auto industry, financing options available at United Access are typically easier than a traditional contract. The company doesn’t always finance in-house but does help disabled drivers to find lending and leasing institutions who work specifically with wheelchair vans and wheelchair lifts.
In addition to offering creative financing, the company also provides paperwork assistance so that disabled drivers can take advantage of all potential finance sources, including services they may be unaware of, as well as low cost loan programs. The company is providing a credit application online in a PDF format.
While some dealers you may find three years of financing generous, United Access promises a very patient ten-year financing contract to qualify customers. Through its financing terms, the company is reaching out to families that have low income and disabled individuals who may have fixed income. Other consumer-friendly policies include no pre-payment penalties, low interest, trade-ins and extended warranties on financed vehicles.
The company offers warranties up to seven years or 100,000 miles on handicap vans and wheelchair lifts, with zero deductibles, and for various mileages. Warranties cover the chassis, as well as the conversion. Parts covered traditionally include engine, transmission, power train and electrical systems, as well as suspension, door openers and power systems on conversions.
United Access always stresses unity amongst the disabled community and the wheelchair vans dealers that work with them. With their latest financing terms on handicap accessible vans, clearly the unity remains strong.
For more information on United Access wheelchair lifts and vehicles, visit http://www.UnitedAccess.com.
About United Access: United Access has been in business since 1971 and is one of the largest and most influential companies in the Midwest. It stocks pre-owned and new vehicles and is able to provide for many disabled customers on different budgets.
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