Mike CollinsTraveling can be a logistical challenge for people who use wheelchairs and similar mobility devices. So much can go wrong, including potential damage to mobility devices during air travel, challenges finding accessible transportation at your destination, and unknown factors regarding accessible hotel accommodations. To avoid these problems, many people have decided to take matters into their own hands by purchasing or modifying recreational vehicles. With an RV, wheelers can travel when and where they want, in circumstances they control — along back roads, stopping at parks and other attractions along the way, or keeping up with high-speed traffic on the nation’s interstates.