United Access is a company that offers something essential to people with disabilities: the ability to drive or ride in a vehicle. Since 1997, our once small, family-owned and operated mobility company blossomed into the second largest provider of accessible vehicles in the country. United Access partners with industry-leading manufacturers to supply our dealerships with the best and safest products, including wheelchair accessible vans, trucks and SUVs, wheelchair lifts and scooter lifts, hand controls, power transfer seats and more. Our handicap vehicle company has dealer locations in Texas, Oklahoma, Colorado, Arizona, Oregon, Utah, Tennessee, Kansas, Missouri, and New York.
The L75D (Driver) and L75P (Passenger) are designed for rear entry Chrysler / Dodge vans and non lowered floor Chrysler/Dodge minivans. (Additional applications will be introduced soon.)
The front of the L75 mounts into the OEM seat floor mounting holes and in many cases the rear is anchored to the OEM bracket. Little, if any invasive drilling is required to install the L75. The L75 is designed to mount at a 6 degree angle which prevents it from intruding into the path of the center cut. The OEM seat is used with the L75 and in most applications, the seat height remains within
The long horizontal travel allows the front seat (Driver or Passenger) to move back into the 2nd door area allowing entry and exit through the 2nd door. For these applications, the swivel can be made to turn out of the vehicle. And as a special benefit, the L75 is the only seat base that can be used in vans with Stow-n-Go seating!
The Monarch Mark 1-A is the hand control recommended most often by rehabilitation driving specialists! MPS's Monarch 1-A is the right choice in mechanical hand controls. It is a smooth operator, offering the most popular and most recommended method of operation. This smooth operating control allows for miles and miles of relaxing trouble-free driving. The brake is applied by pushing the operating handle directly towards the brake pedal. The accelerator is activated by moving the operating handle toward the driver's seat, at a right angle to the brake movement. These movements are the least fatiguing. The brake and accelerator can be used separately or simultaneously. Installation of MPS's products require a minimum amount of modifications to the vehicle. All hand controls and accessories may be used for either right or left hand activation. The hand control does require automatic transmission, and must only be installed on vehicles with power steering and power brakes.