ATC Stories – Blog

August 23, 2021
From the Press: Shepherd Center Written by Kerry Ludlam “For most people, the ability to drive means much more than just a way to get from point A to point B. It means convenience, opportunity and most of all — independence. Just ask Ben Elstad. “Imagine not being able to drive independent
May 27, 2021
All-Terrain Conversions is moving into a new factory. With steady growth in demand of wheelchair accessible trucks and SUVs, we simply outgrew our 40,000 square foot factory in Markle. The new facility is 10 miles north of the old factory and is located across the street from GM’s Fort Wayne
February 6, 2020
Passionate customers, staff members, supporters and prospective clients surround ATC. In an effort to help these individuals interact with one another, we created ATC Connect. Located on Facebook Groups, this personalized space is great for asking questions and sharing stories about ATC vehicles.
January 16, 2020
  Many ATC customers receive funding from outlets such as the Veterans Administration, vocational rehabilitation and state and private grants. However, crowdfunding websites such as GoFundMe can also be very helpful in assisting with conversion costs. Often times, government, private and oth
January 10, 2020
  In the spirit of the new year, wheelchair users are trading their minivans for ATC trucks and SUVs. Many have decided to upgrade to bigger and better vehicles to combat harsh winter weather conditions and rough terrain. Improvements in performance throughout the General Motors product lines h