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What does it mean when we say “conversion”? It means that when you find yourself in need of a mobility adapted vehicle, RJ Mobility Service can, depending on make a model, convert your current vehicle to suit your personal mobility needs. You don’t HAVE to buy an already converted vehicle.

With all the latest advances in the industry, you have many options when it comes to the type of vehicle, conversion, and wheelchair you use. In fact, the options can be overwhelming, especially when you consider how the three must fit well together and fit your unique needs. We are here to help! We can help answer all of your questions to find the perfect wheelchair accessible vehicle and/or equipment that best suits your specific needs.

R&J Mobility Service offers conversions for personal use, ADA-compliant conversions for commercial use, as well as custom conversions. Custom conversions are available in a variety of configurations and on [...]

There is no greater honor than serving your country. At R&J Mobility Service, we are proud to help veterans who have served and protected us, and who returned home with a disability that has affected their mobility.
As you age, you may not be able to get around as easily, but that doesn’t mean you should endure restrictions to your mobility. We believe you don’t have to live a limited life, and mobility scooters play a large role in increased freedom of movement.
Veterans have made many sacrifices for our country and citizens, and we want to do our best to honor American veterans for their service and courage.
We all want to live independently in our homes, at work, on the road and everywhere in-between. To get from Point A to Point B without issue is something everyone should be able to do. An injury or other health problem should not impede your mobility.
We are in the midst of the holiday season, with Christmas just around the corner. In our neighborhoods, we’ve seen people hanging lights, bringing in Christmas trees and putting up decorations.
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