Find out all about Brotherwood Automobility with our online video
It is advisable that you take a look at the videos which can be found on our website to find out more about the history and current practices of our Dorset-based team.
Dorset (PRUnderground) December 10th, 2012
If you have been considering buying one of the great range of wheelchair vehicles that are currently available from Brotherwood Automobility, it is strongly advisable that you take a quick look at the videos which can be found on our website to find out more about the history and current practices of our Dorset-based team.
Clicking the ‘Video Library’ tab on our website will take you to a page that includes a video called ‘About Brotherwood Automobility’, giving you details of everything you will need to know about one of the UK’s leading providers of new and used mobility cars.
From the origins of Brotherwood as a project of the firm’s founder, Rod Brotherwood, to make a specially converted car for a friend who had been paralysed in a motorbike accident, right up to the processes we now go through to give you the best possible service from the moment of your initial enquiry to when you drive your vehicle away, this informative video covers every part of our business.
Something that the video also mentions is the fact that it is always a good idea to arrange a trip to our factory near Sherborne to see how we convert our cars for yourself; this is still the best way of making sure you are fully confident with whatever vehicle you have selected from the range that is available at Brotherwood Automobility, so why not arrange a look around our premises soon for an even clearer idea of how we have gone about building up such a strong reputation amongst disabled travellers in the UK and throughout the rest of the world?
About Brotherwood Automobility
Brotherwood Automobility are a specialist company that have been converting vehicles into Wheelchair Accessible Vehicles since 1985.
The company, which now has 58 members of staff and a turnover of more than £7 million, converts vehicles to allow wheelchair users across the world to travel seated in their wheelchairs. It exports internationally as far as Australia, Asia and South Africa, as well as to Europe.
The company also buys back and refurbishes used vehicles for resale.