Dodge Handicap Vans Offer Wheelchair Accessibility While Preserving Style

If you’re in the market for a truly comfortable and accessible wheelchair van, you’ll be hard pressed to find anything that compares to Dodge handicap vans. Dodge offers multiple models of handicap vans, a list that is topped by a wheelchair accessible version of their exceptional Grand Caravan.

This model of the Grand Caravan—like all Dodge handicap vans—has not sacrificed comfort and style while converting to a handicap van model. The built-in features of the Caravan make it an obvious and complimentary choice for handicap conversion. Dual power sliding doors and anti-lock brakes make this van incredibly convenient and safe for those looking for Dodge handicap vans.

In the same way the traditional model of the Grand Caravan has no equal in the industry, the handicap-converted model offers comforts such as power windows, three-zone climate control and stow-and-go.

Of course, it’s in the BraunAbility conversion process itself that makes Dodge handicap vans the clear choice for those seeking wheelchair accessible transportation. For starters, the floor is lowered by 10 inches and a non-slip power ramp is installed. The reduced ramp angle allows an individual in a wheelchair to easily enter the minivan. Anchor points and wheelchair tie-downs for the wheelchairs are.

With several models in addition to the Grand Caravan available for handicap accessible vans, consumers will have many options to choose from. Dodge has made sure that they not only provide comfort and ease of access, but variety as well. No matter what your preference or requirements, Dodge offers the best in state of the art handicap vans.

As you can see, Dodge handicap vans are able to preserve the style and comfort Dodge is known for while also providing ease of access for handicap riders and drivers.

 

Transportation for the Disabled – Top This!

Most of us don’t have to think too hard about getting from point A to point B. We just get up and go. We drive, we take a bus, we take an airplane. The disabled get up and go too, but their transportation from A to B can require some planning.

Sometimes transportation for a disabled person begins with just getting into their car. Some can use their upper body strength when they transfer into their car, and then lift their chair and toss it into the backseat. But many people just don’t have the upper body strength to do this with their manual chair. In this case, a BraunAbility Chair Topper might be a good option for your car. It’s designed for the person who might not have the muscle strength necessary to load a chair every time they transfer. It automatically folds and stores a folding wheelchair inside a weather-resistant car-top compartment. Before you invest in a new car, call your local to Superior Van & Mobility to find out if a BraunAbility Chair Topper is a good to solution for you and your mobility needs.