Universal Design

Universal design, also called inclusive design, is a philosophy that encourages the production of buildings, vehicles and products that are accessible to all people. Whether a user is elderly, not disabled or is currently suffering from a disability, proponents of universal design believe that a fundamental goal of any design process should be broad, inherent accessibility. In developing the philosophy, the Center for Universal Design at North Carolina State University defined a set of principles, a series of guidelines that can help designers ensure that their products are created with accessibility in mind:

Equitable use

Flexibility in use

Simple and intuitive to use

Perceptible information

Tolerance for error

Low physical effort

Size and space for approach and use

With these considerations in mind, every Clock Mobility Van is thoroughly inspected, tested and maintained to adhere to universal design principles. As a BraunAbility dealer, we work closely with them to ensure that our vans are easily accessible and simple to use. In fact, BraunAbility has a long history of revolutionizing the mobility industry and has helped millions of people gain independence with products like handicap vans, lifts and more.

With BraunAbility’s dedication to product innovation and our commitment to serving the local market, Clock Mobility is well-positioned to help you regain your independence quickly, easily and confidently. Our state-of-the-art facilities offer full-service repair, free estimates and semi-annual inspections as well as state certified mechanics and conversion specialists that can meet with you, discuss your needs and offer a solution that will get you mobile.

If you, or someone that you love is having difficulty finding an accessible vehicle that follows the universal design philosophy, contact Clock Mobility to discuss your options in regards to wheelchair van sales and wheelchair van rentals. We promise that you won’t find a more dedicated, honest or helpful mobility service in the area.

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