CHARLESTON, SC--(Marketwired - September 01, 2015) - SIB Fixed Cost Reduction, a company specializing in reducing recurring monthly expenses, announced today that it has launched a new partnership with the Adaptive Driving Alliance (ADA). Under the new arrangement, SIB will provide cost reduction services to the alliance's members, which consist of over 200 dealers of modified vehicles such as wheelchair-accessible vans, scooter lifts, paratransit vehicles, and other adaptive equipment for seniors, drivers, and passengers with disabilities.

"We have already seen lots of interest from our members, many of whom have already started working with SIB," said Paul Musso, CEO of the Adaptive Driving Alliance. "We hope all of our dealers will take advantage of this opportunity to lower their long-term costs and improve their profitability, which will allow them to offer more affordable options to people with disabilities, seniors, and their families."

Under the new arrangement, SIB will work with ADA to offer a wide range of services to participating members' dealership locations throughout the country. SIB will identify savings by negotiating better contracts for recurring monthly service expenses, and by finding and correcting errors on past bills. ADA members will only pay SIB a percentage of the final, realized savings.

"The Adaptive Driving Alliance has a great network of vehicle dealers all across the country," said Tom Loutrel, Senior Vice President of SIB. "I know from SIB's previous experience that these types of companies have considerable monthly operating costs, and I look forward to helping them negotiate better deals with their vendors to become even more cost-efficient."

About SIB Fixed Cost Reduction

SIB Fixed Cost Reduction is a firm specializing in reducing external expenses for business clients with large facilities or multiple locations, such as restaurant groups, hospitals, universities, government agencies, Fortune 500 companies, and other organizations. Unlike other consulting firms, SIB only bills based on the savings they find, and clients are not billed until savings are realized. Through expert analysis, SIB will discover if businesses have overpaid or are currently overpaying on services such as telecom, utilities, waste removal, maintenance contracts, and other recurring bills. For more information about SIB, visit their web site at

About the Adaptive Driving Alliance

Founded in 1995, the Adaptive Driving Alliance (ADA) is a nationwide group of vehicle modification dealers who provide wheelchair-accessible vehicles, hand controls, wheelchair vans, wheelchair lifts, scooter lifts, tie downs, accessible van rentals, paratransit, and other adaptive equipment for seniors and drivers and passengers with disabilities. ADA promotes quality testing/safety programs and maintains the highest level of training and certification standards in the industry. For more information about ADA, visit their web site at