Newby-Vance Mobility highly recommends regular maintenance to ensure your wheelchair accessible van adaptive driving equipment is performing exactly how it should be. Not only will this keep you and your loved ones safe, you can also avoid expensive unnecessary repairs.
At a minimum, it is recommended you bring your mobility adapted vehicle in for servicing every six months, and in some cases where a high tech driving system is involved, every 90 days.
At Newby-Vance Mobility we are proud to offer an automatic service reminder that will email you reminders for your regular maintenance appointments.
North OKC Service Hours
South OKC Service Hours
- Regular Maintenance
- Adaptive Equipment Warranty Work
- Adaptive Equipment Service and Repair
- Full Automotive Warranty, Maintenance and Repair (John Vance Auto Group)
- Fully Accredited Body Shop & Dent Repair (John Vance Auto Group)
- Tire Repair or Replacement (John Vance Auto Group)
We offer many more services than just the ones mentioned in this list. If you have a wheelchair accessible van that needs to be modified or repaired, we can assist you! Our fully trained Mobility and Automotive Technicians specialize in mobility adapted vehicles of most makes and models.
- To keep equipment running smoothly, a certified professional inspects, adjusts and services the following at every service appointment:
- Ramp or lift hinges
- Hand and accelerator Controls
- Left foot accelerators
- Power doors or automatic ramp doors
- Power kneeling actuator assemblies
- Batteries for FOB Remotes
- EZ Lock Systems
- Power swivel seat bases
- Bruno Valet seats
- Scooter and wheelchair Lifts
Is It Time to Service Your Mobility Vehicle?
You may need to have your oil changed and your tires checked and rotated or your air conditioner serviced. And a tune-up may be on the schedule. Your wheelchair or scooter is ready to go. You are all set, right? But what about your adaptive equipment, lift, or ramp? Are they due for a check and service? Call us for an appointment and have all of this done, quickly and competently at either of our two Oklahoma City metro locations. How much more convenient can it get?
You should have your wheelchair accessible van serviced every six months by a qualified mobility and auto professional. To keep the warranties intact, every piece of equipment requires actual maintenance, often at different times. All equipment needs to be inspected for damage, wear, alignment, proper lubrication, and operation. Electrical wiring checks include frayed wires and loose connections. It all needs to be cleaned, adjusted and lubricated.
If you are unable to find your warranty that lists the schedule for each piece of equipment, check with a Newby-Vance Mobility specialist to identify the specific warranty requirements for your equipment.