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In a pilot project over the next 10 weeks, 6 MV-1 taxis will serve regular customers and passengers with disabilities on the island of Montreal, in Laval, as well as Longueuil.
The MV-1 is taxi is the only purpose built accessible vehicle that exceeds the transportation guidelines set by The Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) in 2005. The AODA standard was established to address aspects of accessible public transportation.
One in every seven Canadians lives with a disability. The Life Without Compromise initiative invites individuals and organizations exhibiting a Life Without Compromise spirit to submit their story.
NAPA AUTOPRO has been providing excellent vehicle servicing and maintenance care to millions of Canadians for over 29 years. With this agreement, NAPA AUTOPRO will now provide MV-1 warranty service and maintenance to MV-1 customers with the trust and quality care it is known for.
MV-1 Canada and Dignity Taxi are excited to announce the new MV-1 taxi is hitting the Windy City. Not only is the MV-1 purpose-built for taxi duty, it is the only accessible vehicle that meets or exceeds the stringent vehicle guidelines of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and the Canadian equivalent D-409 safety standards.
We are pleased to announce the MV-1 is now available in Canada. The first shipment of MV-1s is due in next week from the AM General plant in Indiana.
MV-1 customers are expressing a wide variety of uses beyond wheelchair accessibility for the universally deisgned MV-1
Such a vehicle is coming to a Canadian street near you, and those who ferry the physically-challenged have reason to be excited. The MV-1, built by the US-based Vehicle Production Group (vpgautos.com), has been designed from the ground up to address the specific needs of those in wheelchairs, and the people who transport them safely.
Toronto, Ontario: First, there was the rally for better transportation for people with disabilities, now, members of Vita Community Living Services will rally together to celebrate a brand new option for getting around.
On February 2nd, the City of Toronto approved the MV-1 for us as an Accessible Taxicab for Toronto
Metro Taxi has announced it will be using the MV-1 for its Metro Access program. The MV-1 will be using the CNG engine.
In New York City, city officials unveil the MV-1 by VPG Auots as the new wheelchair-accessible cab
KIRKLAND LAKE - MEDIChair Kirkland Lake will hold a Community Accessibility Day on Wednesday at their location on 90 Government Rd. West.
MEDIchair Thunder Bay celebrated Community Accessibility Day on Friday by unveiling the MV-1, the first factory-built mobility vehicle engineered from the ground up for wheelchair accessibility.
MISHAWAKA, Ind. - AM General, better known as 'The Hummer Plant' in Mishawaka rolled out an all new vehicle today and itís slated to be in full production in a few years. Its called the MV-1, a van specifically designed for wheelchairs.
the MV-1 is billed as the first vehicle designed from the ground up with the Americans with Disabilities Act guidelines in mind. Featuring a sliding door, built-in ramp and a wheelchair restraint system, it can accommodate passengers using wheelchairs and other assistance devices without requiring an aftermarket conversion. The name stands for Mobility Vehicle One.