DETROIT – General Motors Corp. will begin offering on its ’04 Chevy Venture and Pontiac Montana minivans a "securement" system for wheelchairs or scooters that uses existing seat anchors, a company executive tells Ward's. It is the first securement system in the auto industry that doesn’t need added attachment points. As a result, drilling or other modifications that hurts the vehicle’s resale price are unnecessary, says Gary Talbot, GM manager-mobility engineering. The patent-pending ...
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