Having accrued decades of experience in the field of Wheelchair Accessible Vehicles (WAVs) – owning 7 different models over a span of 23 years – The Edwards Family knew just what to look for when setting out for what would be their eighth.
Their search ended at the Brotherwood Tigon – a lowered floor WAV conversion for the Toyota Proace Verso.
With a flat, level lowered floor and inclusive, central travelling position for Megan; the Brotherwood conversion was perfectly suited to their needs.
Mr Edwards writes: “Over the past 23 years we have purchased seven WAVs. This, our eighth, is the first one purchased from Brotherwood.
“Over the years, our knowledge, experience and learning has grown in relation to the specific needs we have from a WAV and so, when we decided to make our latest purchase, we knew exactly what we required, and conversely, and in so many ways far more importantly, what we didn’t.
“We spent quite a bit of time looking around the market and there was always something we had to compromise on. That was until Brotherwood turned up a with the Toyota Proace Verso demonstrator.
“The moment the rear tailgate was opened and we could see the seating position for our daughter, in between the two custom built rear passenger seats nearer to the driver and front passenger, so that as a family unit we were closer together and more connected – it was a done deal.
“Couple this, with the excellence of the Toyota base vehicle design and the clever design accents with the Brotherwood conversion, their attention to detail, bespoking the vehicle for our specific needs, and the aftercare package just made complete sense.
“It’s just a delight to deal with a company who really puts the customers needs first and foremost through taking pride in evolving clever design, product innovation and high quality craftsmanship to ensure a no compromise customer service.
“Consequently, as a family, we highly recommend Brotherwood.”
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