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Helping Our Customers During This Unprecedented Time

If you are a current BraunAbility owner or thinking or purchasing a BraunAbility van today, you’ll love this news. Ally® has announced a new program to help our customers and communities during the COVID-19 crisis. To aid with the financial pressures triggered by the coronavirus pandemic, Ally® has launched a financial relief program that applies to both existing and new BraunAbility customers who finance their mobility products through Ally. Both offers will be available for the foreseeable future.

Both offers will be available for the foreseeable future.

Existing customers who have financed their BraunAbility wheelchair accessible vehicle through Ally will be allowed to defer payment for up to 120 days. No late fees will be charged; finance charges will accrue.

  • Payment deferral up to 120 days
  • No restrictions
  • Everyone qualifies
  • No fee
  • Signature is not required
  • Simply have the customer call 1-888-925-2559

New customers who purchase a BraunAbility wheelchair accessible vehicle and finance through Ally will have the option to defer the first payment for 90 days.

  • Ally will offer new customers 90-day deferral until their first payment is due, demonstrating their agility and ability to adapt as needed to work though the impacts of COVID-19. Any and all open approvals with Ally will qualify for the 90 day-deferral and can be “re-quoted” by BAF by simply reaching out to one of the team and we will update your Quote.

To learn more about this offer and whether or not you qualify, contact your local Mobility Specialist at 877-501-8267 or email us at info@unitedaccess.com.

As the impact of COVID-19 continues to evolve, please know that we remain committed to providing you the exceptional experience and service you have come to expect from United Access.

Email us or give us a call today at 877-501-8267, we’re here to help.

The call for social distancing is critical but it doesn’t call for complete social disconnection. We are here to help you with all of your mobility needs and to help keep you moving forward during this unprecedented time.

Call us at 877-501-8267 or stop by during normal business hours at any one of our locations across the country

It’s Time to Winterize

It’s that time of year when the roads can be hard to navigate between the snow and the ice. Make sure you and your vehicle are ready for the winter weather. Vehicles today are smarter to help you maneuver driving in bad weather, but there are still a few steps you can take to be proactive and safe. Here’s a short list of things to check:

  • Antifreeze: It is important to have the correct antifreeze/water mixture to prevent fluid from freezing in your radiator. Consult your vehicle’s owner’s manual for information.
  • Battery: Check your battery. Cold weather is tough on your car’s battery. During cold weather, your engine requires more current from the battery in order to get the engine started. Make sure it’s up to the job.
  • Windshield Wiper Blades: Wiper blades are only good for a year. Replace yours if they look frayed or worn.
  • Windshield Wiper Fluid: Use freeze-resistant wiper fluid to keep your windshield clean and your vision clear.
  • Tires: Check your tires. Low air pressure and worn tires are especially dangerous on wet or slick roads, as both can reduce traction. Check your owner’s manual for the recommended PSI.
  • Oil: Check to make sure your oil levels are full.
Car Tires On Winter Road
  • Emergency Kit: Be prepared in case of an emergency. Keeping a safety kit in your car all year is a good idea, but especially important in those colder winter months. Items to include in your winter safety kit include:
    • Phone charger
    • Flashlight
    • Blanket, leather gloves, and hat
    • Bag of kitty litter or sand
    • Ice scraper and brush
    • Small shovel
    • Safe and leak-proof container of coolant
    • Snacks

If you don’t have time or you aren’t able to do the maintenance yourself, make sure you take your vehicle to a professional so you are safe on the roads during the winter months. If you want to make an appointment, with United Access, call us at 877-501-8267 or book your service appointment online.