Getting Your Brotherwood Automobility Car To Your Door
Once deciding which Brotherwood car you wish to own, you will have to decide how to get it to your door so that you can start enjoying your increased independence.
Dorset (PRUnderground) April 12th, 2012
If you are on the look-out for great value mobility cars, you may well have come across Brotherwood Automobility whilst searching. Offering professionally converted new and used wheelchair vehicles since the 1980s, we have provided countless satisfied customers over the years with cars that allow them to travel in comfort and style to every destination.
Once you have decided which Brotherwood car you would wish to own or hire, you will have to decide how to get it to your door so that you can start enjoying your increased independence as soon as possible. The most convenient way to arrange to pick up your new vehicle is to simply collect it from our factory and showroom at Beer Hackett near Sherborne in Dorset. That way, we can cut out any delay time and you can start enjoying your car from the moment you buy it. We do understand that this is not always practical, however, which is why we also offer a special delivery service.
Whilst this may mean an additional cost (depending on how far away from us you live), you can be assured that your mobility car will reach you as you saw it in the showroom, whatever the weather conditions! We can guarantee this because our special purpose lorries are completely covered; you will not even have to leave the comfort of your home to start enjoying your new transport.
We at Brotherwood pride ourselves on the quality of our customer service, and our friendly sales team will be on hand to lead you through the whole process, from your very first enquiry onwards, including providing you with detailed safety and control information.
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.