There are a variety of motorhomes that are available for people with disabilities. Models with features that are specifically designed with mobility and accessibility in mind, as well as the opportunity to modify and tailor an existing traditional motorhome to meet your needs or requirements. Owning, making memories and exploring the roads in your motorhome is a joy that all can experience, and in this article, we aim to inform you of some of the best potential motorhome options available with disabled access. Some of the topics discussed in this post are:
Viewing a potential disability friendly motorhome
Features to look for
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Hymer Tramp S on a Mercedes chassis
Semi-integrated motorhome on a whole new level: the Hymer Tramp S on a Mercedes chassis.
Tramp S 695
Hymer GmbH & Co. KG is continuing its collaboration with Mercedes-Benz in the semi-integrated motorhome sector as well.
The Hymer Tramp S provides the perfect introduction to the world of Motorhoming on a whole new level: the bodywork of the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter with front-wheel drive and original frame has a marked impact on payload reserves and the headroom within the vehicle, while numerous driver assistance systems are also included on board.
The interior boasts a cosy design with modern designer