One billion people, or 15% of the world’s population, experience a disability.

We are in a day and age where accessible motorhomes are on the rise. For people with disabilities, accessibility can make a huge difference. Want to know how these motorhomes differ from standard ones? Read on to find out:

What is An Accessible Motorhome

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An accessible motorhome is one that is accessible to those with disabilities. These disabilities are often those where it makes it harder to move around than able-bodied people can.

People who may need an accessible motorhome include those who are usually bound to a wheelchair. Or someone who uses a cane or other assistance while walking. These motorhomes can provide convenience or ease to those who cannot move around without assistance.

These homes are not just convenient for those physically bound but those who may have mental conditions that limit their movements as well. These motorhomes can be used for long road trips, camping, or a temporary living environment.

How it’s Different From a Standard Motorhome

There are many features that cause differences between accessible motorhomes and standard ones. Here are a few:

Extra Space

In an accessible motorhome, you will find a lot of extra space in the hallways and common area. This space is usually measured out so that a person in a wheelchair would be able to move around comfortably, a real advantage. These accessible motorhomes may be 24ft-35ft in length.

Lift

This kind of motorhome might also be equipped with a wheelchair lift. These are usually designed for wheelchair-bound persons. This means that the area of the lift is fairly large.

This is nice because separately, wheelchair lifts can cost thousands of pounds. Having this built-in saves you the extra purchase. They are also known to be electric which will save you a lot of energy.

Adjustable Dining Experience

The motorhome will have a dining area within it that is also accessible. The dining room table in some of these homes is able to be pulled down to adjust for the height of those eating. It also offers chairs instead of seats which allows for more room around the table.

Shower

These homes also provide a proper accessible showering area with grab rails and other convenience features. Some models provide showers that can be rolled into if necessary.

Accessible Kitchen Area

A great feature of these accessible motorhomes is the cooking area. Motorhomes will often ensure that appliances are within reach of someone in a wheelchair. They also will have switches lowered as well. And even the dishwasher is easy to access.

Moveable Bed

Some motorhomes also have the option to have a bed that is accessible as well. Some mobile homes may have the bed lowered. And some even have the feature to raise the incline of the bed.

Discuss Your New Accessible Motorhome Today

Motorhomes can provide great convenience to your loved one if they are disabled or just need a little extra room. But you’ll want to do your research to make sure they’ll have everything they need.

If you are ready to get started on your order today, contact us.

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