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Posted June 2, 2011



Combined company to become first dealership for the MV-1, Canada's only factory-built wheelchair accessible vehicle

TORONTO - MEDIchair Ontario and Creative Accessible Vehicles are excited to announce they purchased Kino Mobility's Toronto and London locations. The Kino Mobility branches will become part of the MEDIchair brand as of June 1, 2011. This union comes in anticipation of the arrival of the MV-1 to Canada. The MV-1 is the world's first purpose-built wheelchair accessible vehicle debuting at Toronto's People in Motion show June 3rd-4th, 2011.

"This merger will ensure the MV-1 is represented in Canada by a specially trained team of experts who understand their customers' needs and want to deliver the best possible service", said Peter Grande, spokesperson for the Motion Group of Companies, exclusive distributor of the MV-1 in Canada (

Kino Mobility's expertise in mobility vehicles and MEDIchair's geographic coverage will ensure Ontario's physically challenged community have more access to products and services designed for them.

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