Cruise Car Wins U.S. Veterans Administration Contracts Nationally

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Sarasota-based Cruise Car is beginning shipment of 28 custom-built low-speed vehicles to the Veterans Administration campus in Palo Alto, California, showing continued demand for their vehicles among VA facilities. The $430,000 contract is the most recent of several contracts that Cruise Car has been awarded by the Department of Veterans Affairs for facilities around the nation — including VA medical centers and VA cemeteries in 10 other states. “VA buyers are attracted to us because we stand alone in building each vehicle to match the exact need of the facility,” said Adam Sulimirski, President of Cruise Car. “They choose us because of the ultimate value we offer in vehicle variety and price.”

The Palo Alto VA chose four Cruise Car styles — electric 6-person shuttles, electric 6-foot cargo vans, electric 6-foot open cargo boxes and small gas powered utility carts. Popular vehicles with the VA include a shuttle cart with extra leg room for easy loading of elderly. “Cruise Car has found a successful niche in selling to VA facilities nationwide,” Sulimirski said. “We’ve also shipped many ADA carts that allow the transport of guests in wheelchairs.” Cruise Cars vehicles are engineered and custom-built to handle specific tasks, endure aggressive use, challenging topography and the aluminum construction allows them to withstand rust producing moist air environments.

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