The Mobility Resource proudly serves Chicago, Springfield, and the surrounding metropolitan areas of Illinois. Our affiliated dealerships offer new and used handicap vehicles, wheelchair ramps, scooter lifts, rentals and more. Not only do we want to help connect Illinois 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
MobilityWorks - Plainfield
23855 West Andrew Road
Plainfield, Illinois 60544 Learn
MobilityWorks - Villa Park
155 E. North Ave.
Villa Park, Illinois 60181 Learn
MobilityWorks - Niles
9207 North Milwaukee Avenue
Niles, Illinois 60714 Learn
Southern Bus & Mobility - Breese
12950 Koch Lane
Breese, Illinois 62230 Learn
MobilityWorks - Merrillville
1770 W. 81st Avenue
Merrillville, Indiana 46410 Learn
United Access - Peoria, IL
7611 North Harker Drive
Peoria, Illinois 61615 Learn
Personal Mobility - Peoria
7611 N. Harker Drive
Peoria, Illinois 61615 Learn
St. Louis, MO-IL
United Access - St. Louis North
9389 Natural Bridge Rd
St. Louis, Missouri 63134 Learn
United Access - Columbia, MO
618 Jackson St
Columbia, Missouri 65203 Learn
United Access - St. Louis South
980 S Highway Dr.
Fenton, Missouri 63026 Learn
Wheelchair Accessible Destinations
Chicago Wheelchair Friendly Places to Visit:
Skydeck Chicago - The Skydeck Chicago is open for visitors if you dare. It is the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere. The ledge's glass boxes extend 4.3 feet from the deck. The entire building is ADA compliant.
Art Institute of Chicago - The Art Institute in Chicago is a very large museum with roughly 1 million square feet with over 300,000 works of art ranging from ancient art to artwork from today's artists. Accessibility of most importance at this museum therefore making it super easy to navigate.
Navy Pier - Built in 1916, Navy Pier is the most visited tourist attraction in Chicago. The pier spans 3,300 feet out into Lake Michigan from the Chicago shoreline.
Springfield Wheelchair Friendly Places to Visit:
The Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum - A world-class library and museum dedicated to the history of Abraham Lincoln and other American Presidents. It is a non-profit museum dedicated to preserving history for its millions of visitors each year. Both the museum and library are accesible.
State and Metro Organizations
Local Illinois Disability Organizations
Open Doors Organization - The purpose of this organization is to work to creating a society where all people with disabilites have the same opportunities as everyone else while also empowering the disabled.
Adaptive Adventures - Providing progressive outdoor sports opportunities to children, adults and veterans with physical disabilities as well as their families.
Freedom Golf Association – Described as "A charitable organization dedicated to bringing joy and a sense of freedom to the special needs community through their inclusion in the game of golf."