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TOPIC: Sirus Launch NEW 'WeCan' Wheelchair Access Vehicle

Sirus Launch NEW 'WeCan' Wheelchair Access Vehicle 6 years 11 months ago #178

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Sirus Automotive are launching a brand new conversion, designed for wheelchair users who prefer to travel in the rear of the vehicle, the perfect family car.

Based on the Volkswagen Caddy, the We-Can Flex fits perfectly with the Sirus range of Caddy conversions designed for chair users who are looking to drive or travel up front as a passenger.

The public will be able to see the new conversion for the first time on Stand E65 at this year's Naidex National independent living show, held at the NEC, Birmingham which runs from 29 April - 1st May.

Entry to the show is open to the public and is free. Register here www.naidex.co.uk/


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