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September 16, 2014

Mobility Ventures exhibiting accessible MV-1 models at BusCon

Company is showcasing two models of the MV-1 — its standard DX model and its new LX luxury model. The vehicles, both of which meet or exceed the vehicle guidelines of the Americans with Disabilities Act, can be seen at Booth #501.


September 9, 2014

MV-1 dealership network hits 100

To meet a growing demand for the MV-1, Mobility Ventures will continue to aggressively expand its dealer network into all major domestic and international market areas.


March 10, 2014

Mobility Ventures to donate MV-1 to Local Heroes contest

Caregivers, friends and family members are invited to submit entries — either written or videotaped stories — of how they are triumphing over their mobility challenges.


February 18, 2014

MV-1 vehicles to join 50-plus dealer network

Production has started on new vehicles, with new dealers to begin taking delivery in March 2014.


November 25, 2013

N.Y. county debuts MV-1s for paratransit fleet

The vehicles can accommodate three ambulatory passengers and one standard size wheelchair passenger.


September 6, 2013

Agreement leads to VPG purchase

Production, sales and product development of the MV-1 is expected to resume in approximately 45 days under a new company name, Mobility Ventures LLC.


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