Handicap Accessible Vans, Wheelchair Van Conversions
Choosing The Right Handicap Accessible Vehicle
When it comes to purchasing a handicap accessible vehicle, the choices can be overwhelming. There are decisions to make that involve not only vehicle type (minivans & SUVs) and chassis manufacturers (Toyota, Honda, Dodge, Chrysler, Chevrolet, Ford), but aspects like ramp-angle, ground clearance, power or manual wheelchair ramp options, side or rear wheelchair entry, in-floor or fold-out ramp systems, door opening height, ramp width, and so much more. This is why it is so important for you, and we can’t stress enough, to start by calling one of our certified mobility consultants at any one of our convenient locations across the South and Midwest.
BraunAbility Handicap Van / Wheelchair Van Conversions
Rear Entry & Side Entry Handicap Vans & Handicap SUV Conversions from BraunAbility
VMI Handicap Van / Wheelchair Van Conversions
Rear Entry & Side Entry Handicap Accessible Vans and SUVs from Vantage Mobility International (VMI)
Tempest Full-Size Luxury Handicap Vans / Wheelchair Vans
Full-Size, luxurious Handicap Accessible Wheelchair Vans with full-size wheelchair lifts
Can Your Current Non-Converted Vehicle Be Converted?
Find out if your current non-converted vehicle can be converted to be handicap accessible
Need Help Choosing a Wheelchair Accessible Conversion That is Right for You?
Our mobility consultants are here for you, and each is specially trained in assessing your specific, individual needs and desires. Our team is readily standing by to assess and recommend the best handicap accessible vehicle with the right configuration / conversion for not only your current, but future needs and budget. In addition, our consultants can also assist you with wheelchair van financing options, available grant providers, support groups, driving evaluation and training, and so much more.
Why Choose A Certified Mobility Dealer Like Superior Van & Mobility Vs Online Only Retailer?
Our team is not made up of sales consultants, our team is made up of mobility consultants, and none of them are paid on commission. This is important to note if you are considering working with an online only retailer that offers to ship a vehicle to you regardless of where you live; who doesn’t have a storefront for service and support in your hometown. Are you really getting the right product for your needs or the one they need to sell to make a larger commission?
Keep in mind, a wheelchair van / handicap van is not a product or expense that should be taken lightly. Be sure you do your research and that you are comparing apples to apples because not all provider conversions are close to being the same quality. In fact, there are many wheelchair van / handicap van converters selling their products online that are not even crash-tested, built using substandard materials, and built by compromising the factory OEM systems such as brake lines and wiring harnesses through methods of splicing; all just to be able to sell them at a lower price point online.
Remember, if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is. In addition, make sure to look for the National Mobility Equipment Dealers (NMEDA) logo and certification when doing business either through a storefront or online. This identification is only given to those mobility dealers and wheelchair conversion manufacturers that adhere to strict quality and service standards. Buyer beware if you don’t see this certification.
Take A (Virtual Tour) Of Various Wheelchair Van / Handicap Van Conversions
Follow this link to take a virtual tour of the inside of various wheelchair accessible vehicles that are currently available. How Cool!Virtual 360 Tour