ATLANTA (April 14, 2016)—BLVD.com and Wheel:Life proudly announce they have joined forces in a new partnership to help more disabled consumers locate and acquire adaptive vehicles for personal use. Wheel:Life readers will benefit from the new partnership through a series of informational articles on accessible vehicles, and through direct links to locate the perfect mobility vehicle on BLVD.com. Wheel:Life readers will also be invited to list their adapted vehicle for sale by owner on a section of the BLVD.com website that is especially designed for private party sellers.
Wheel:Life Director Lisa Wells explains, “One of the most urgent needs within our audience is finding reliable, accessible transportation. Not everyone has the financial resources to buy a brand new, customized vehicle straight off the lot. In fact, that is a rarity in the community of wheelchair users we serve. Wheel:Life is thrilled to partner with BLVD.com in an effort to bring more affordable accessible vehicle options, including for sale by owner and rentals, to our readers.”
BLVD.com works to help connect individuals with qualified accessible vehicle dealers across the United States. This family-owned business helps to shorten the gap between those who have access to an accessible vehicle and for those who do not, making buying and renting a vehicle convenient and affordable. For the first time in the disability community, people can compare mobility vehicles side-by-side all in one spot on BLVD.com to ensure they purchase the right car, truck or van for their individual needs. BLVD.com vehicles are listed at a competitive price, and the website also is connected with financial groups that assist disabled consumers in getting financial help for accessible vehicle purchases.
BLVD.com owner Heather Cummings says, “With this new partnership, we hope to put an end to the challenges that often accompany accessible transportation, and provide people with confidence and support in acquiring mobility vehicles at an affordable price. We are confident that with the help of Wheel:Life’s social community and digital publication, we will reach an even bigger audience with our resources. Together, we hope to change the way people search for and buy accessible vehicles.”
Visit wheel-life.org for more information.