Go RVing ‘First Timer’ Highlights Accessibility Enhanced Travel

A picture of Cory Woodard and his family sitting outside the Winnebago Inspire AE unit

Cory Lee Woodard did not let a wheelchair stop him from fulfilling a desire to go RVing.

In his article debut in Go RVing’s educational series, Woodard highlights the Winnebago Inspire Accessibility Enhanced (AE) unit and its features that allowed him to do something he said he never imagined possible.

Woodard traveled for eight days along Florida’s east coast in his Winnebago. He is the newest contributor to Go RVing’s first-timer’s tool kit – an online series aimed to offer new RVers tips to get started, how-to videos and travel advice.

“Cory provides a starting point for people searching for accessible RV options, and recounts his favorite features that made his experience worry-free,” RVIA stated. “These include: a Braun ability lift, tie-downs for wheelchairs during travel, a roll-in shower, multiple bed options and the overall spaciousness of the model.”

Read Woodard’s full piece here.

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