I must admit, I was pretty skeptical about a company in Georgia preparing and then delivering wheelchair accessible vehicles across the nation ... right to your door. I came across the AMS Vans website as I was searching the internet for local dealerships. The local ones were all 30+ miles away and none had much of an inventory. I kept coming back to the AMS Vans website. The prices were actually better and the inventory superb compared to what I could find locally. I get to actually choose a color I like? I first spoke to Mark to talk about cost and delivery and such, and to see if I was in the ballpark to get a Dodge Grand Caravan I had seen (fell in love with) on the website. I live in California, across the nation from Georgia. What a test of "delivering nation-wide". After discussing my abilities and how I would be using the van, and what equipment I would need and not need, Mark and I made a deal on the cost including an allowance for my trade-in. Rafik kept me informed while the Caravan was being prepared. Forrest kept me up to date as it was being shipped. And Paul flew out from Georgia to deliver the Caravan to my door. Paul explained how the vehicle worked and how the powered ramp worked. It was actually quite easy. We went for a test drive to make sure the Caravan was going to work for me. It did. Paul took my trade-in for a drive to verify its condition as I had described it. After that, we finished the paperwork and the Caravan was mine. She's maroon. I call her the Maroon Caroon.
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