Wheelchair Accessible Vehicles Brighton
- Your journey may well take more time than you thought it would so make sure you plan ahead.
- If you think your child may have an attack of any sort, make sure they are in a seat where you can see them easily and if there should be a problem you can look after them swiftly.
- Ensure that any appropriate medical supplies are stored within easy reach if they are needed.
- In the event of your child suffering from incontinency, washable, removable seat covers are a good idea in the event of an accident.
STANDARD OR EXTRA FEATURES ~ TO MAKE TRAVELLING THAT LITTLE BIT MORE EASIER AND COMFORTABLE YOU MIGHT CONSIDER THE FOLLOWING:
- In addition to seats that adjust in the front of the WAV, consider adjustable back seats.
- If there is enough room, pockets for storage on the doors and seats are a good idea.
- Tinted windows would be a good idea if you require privacy.
- To entertain your child on a journey that may be quite long, a player for DVDs is a good idea as this can be fitted to the headrest of the seat in front. You would have to ensure that there are appropriate power points within reach.
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