Craftsmen Mobility Systems grew out of its sister company, Craftsmen Auto Body Clinic, which was started by Thomas Egan in 1985. In late 1986, as a result of a chance conversation with a medical equipment salesperson, Tom began to take an interest in simple modifications such as hand controls and scooter lifts. By 1987, CABC had started to do more complex modifications such as van lifts, tiedowns, and raised roof modifications. In 1989, Tom decided to focus on expanding and professionalizing vehicle modification services and hired a dedicated technician as the sole employee of Craftsmen Mobility Systems. In 1993, Access Unlimited was born in order to develop and distribute innovative and cost-effective driving and transfer products, opening new doors for both our customers and funding agencies. In 1996, Craftsmen/Access Unlimited decided to close the auto body shop operation in order to sharpen their focus on their core vehicle modification services. Craftsmen/Access now employs 9 highly motivated and uniquely qualified individuals, and continues to grow. CMS, and AU complement each other, sharing a philosophy of identifying our customers’ needs and responding to those needs with quality products and practices.


Our company goals are to provide innovation, convenience, safety, and freedom to our customers, as well as personal growth and financial success for our owner and employees. These goals are embodied in the following three words: