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Online booking now available from Adapted Vehicle Hire
Date of article: 12-Jan-12
Adapted Vehicle Hire (AVH) is continuing to support disabled motorists and the carers of disabled people, by improving access to the transport solutions they need to enjoy their independence over the Christmas holidays. AVH customers who want to get out and visit family and friends over the festive period can now book and pay for the vehicle of their choice online, making adapted and wheelchair accessible vehicles available at the click of a button. Customers simply log on to www.adaptedvehiclehire.com to make their reservation, including specifying any vehicle adaptations they require.
“Our new online booking facility makes us the only national adapted car hire provider to give disabled motorists instant access to specialist vehicles” explained Lorraine Farnon, Managing Director, AVH. “It offers secure payment facilities using Visa and MasterCard, making it easier than ever for people to enjoy the benefits of our specialist vehicle hire service.
“Customers can select the type of vehicle and specify adaptations, dates required and pay for the booking all in one transaction. They will then be called by one of our specialist team, who have a detailed understanding of the various adaptations available for our fleet, to confirm their requirements and make the final arrangements. The website also features news and hot deals, making it the first stop for disabled motorists and passengers looking for quality, affordable vehicle hire.”
AVH offers a unique selection of vehicles, from a compact city car to larger 4x4s, and a state-of-the-art adaptations workshop ensures that every vehicle has the appropriate adaptations required for different disabilities. Whether renting for one day, one week, a month or longer, AVH offers a good range of vehicles from all the major motor manufacturers, for the ultimate in flexibility for disabled customers and their friends and family.
““Disabled and elderly people have the same rights as the able bodied and at this time of year, it seems especially important that they aren’t limited by a lack of suitable transport or vehicles. Understanding the specialist requirements of disabled drivers and passengers is at the heart of AVH, and the quality of service we provide helps them enjoy the freedom to get out and about all year round,” concludes Lorraine Farnon.