Brotherwood Case Studies
- Brotherwood Case Study - The Collins Family
When the Collins family were looking for a high quality, safe and discrete Wheelchair Accessible Vehicle for their son Mark, they were drawn to the Brotherwood Klastar - a unique lowered floor WAV conversion for the Mercedes-Benz V-Class.
Mark has an acquired brain injury as well as a stroke which was the result of a motorbike accident that happened 21 years ago. As a result of this Mark has a wide variety of needs which their vehicle needs to accommodate for; however the Collins' wanted a normal, 'car-like' vehicle which did not compromise on quality and safety.
- April 4, 2018
- Brotherwood Case Study - The Wilkinson Family
Brotherwood, the UK’s leading Wheelchair Accessible Vehicle specialists, reached a historic milestone this summer – converting and supplying their 5000th new WAV to yet another delighted client.
The gleaming Obsidian Black Mercedes-Benz V-Class with Brotherwood’s unique ‘Klastar’ lowered floor conversion was delivered to the Wilkinson family, who can now enjoy comfortable journeys in and around their home town of Southampton and further afield.
- January 8, 2018
- Brotherwood Case Study - Diane and Ken Hathway | Kia Sorento Owners
Diane and Ken Hathway are the owners of a Brotherwood Kia Sorento WAV conversion, and share their experience of how they have found their new wheelchair accessible vehicle. The up-front wheelchair location enables the Hathways to travel side-by-side and has become an essential part of their daily lives.
- November 22, 2017
- Brotherwood Case Study - David Constantine MBE | Ford Carete Owner
David Constantine MBE, awarded the International Development Achievement Award by The Guardian in 2013, is the co-founder of Motivation, a UK based charity of 23 years, which is recognised as a leader in the design, production, and distribution of high-quality, low-cost wheelchairs to developing countries across the world.
David is also a long-standing customer of Brotherwood Automobility, and discusses his experience as a Wheelchair Accessible Vehicle user.