The Mobility Resource has dealers that proudly serve Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Sacramento metropolitan areas, as well as San Jose, Fresno, and Chico, CA. Our affiliated dealerships offer new and used handicap vehicles, lifts, scooters, rentals and more. Not only do we want to help connect California residents with reliable dealers; we also want to help provide information regarding local events, as well as financial resource and assistance grants in your state.
Wheelchair Van Dealers by Metro Area
Wheelchair Accessible Destinations
San Francisco Wheelchair Friendly Places to Visit
Alcatraz Island & Prison - Explore the island's mystery and history as well as explore the gardens, ponds and wildlife this National Park has to offer. The park is wheelchair accessible.
Golden Gate Bridge - Built between 1933 and 1937, the Golden Gate Bridge is an iconic suspension bridge spanning the body of water that links the San Francisco Bay to the Pacific Ocean.
Fisherman's Wharf - Fisherman's Wharf is a neighborhood situated on the waterfront of the San Francisco Bay. It grew in the mid-1800s with an influx of Italian immigrants and settlers attracted to the Gold Rush.
Ghirardelli Square - Popular accessible tourist attraction and historic landmark. Lots of shops, restaurants to explore as well as history to learn.
Raley Field - Fully Accessible. Home of the minor league Rivercats baseball team, accessible seating abounds in all levels. It's also easily accessible by a walk from downtown Sacramento via the Tower Bridge.
Old Folsom - Fully Accessible. At the eastern terminus of Sacramento's light rail system lies this three block long historic section of downtown Folsom. Although old, the wooden boardwalks and sidewalks have been fully ramped.
Los Angeles Wheelchair Friendly Places to Visit
L.A. Live - Located adjacent to the Staples Center and Nokia Theatre, L.A. Live is an entertainment complex in downtown Los Angeles. L.A. Live attracts business and leisure travelers as well as local celebrities.
Rodeo Drive - The popular three block section of this street is lined with luxury retailers. Among the shops and stores on Rodeo are Dior, Giorgio Armani, Louis Vuitton, Prada, Rolex, Valentino and Versace.
Hollywood Walk of Fame - The Hollywood Walk of Fame runs along 15 blocks of Hollywood Boulevard and honors achievement in acting, directing, production, music, theatre and numerous other disciplines.
State and Metro Organizations
Adaptive Sports Center - Located in the Central Sierra Nevada, the Central California Adaptive Sports Center (CCASC) brings outdoor adventure programs to persons with disabilities.
Life Rolls On - Whether you were born with a form of paralysis or were injured recently; whether you see yourself as an athlete or the opposite; whether you're young or not so young, YOU BELONG HERE, in this community of Life Rolls On.
Accessible Fitness - Accessible Fitness is a completely wheelchair accessible gym that specializes in Adaptive Fitness. Accessible Fitness was founded in 2001 by Paul O'Lone, a former Mr. America Bodybuilding champion who was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 1997.