Superior Van and Mobility’s service departments are staffed with qualified, factory-trained, certified mobility technicians who are ready to assist you with service, repair, installation, or maintenance of your handicap accessible vehicle, wheelchair van, mobility scooter lift, wheelchair lift, mobility seating or mobility driving equipment.
We are an authorized BraunAbility and VMI wheelchair accessible dealer as well as NMEDA & QAP certified. We perform service and warranty work on every handicap accessible vehicle and product we sell, even some we don’t. Consumer or commercial, Superior Van & Mobility is here for you.
All our wheelchair accessible vehicle service and vehicle maintenance technicians are factory trained and certified to diagnose and repair your handicap accessible vehicle, wheelchair lift, scooter lift, mobility seat, or mobility driving aid. Conveniently located throughout the South and Midwest with locations in Kentucky, Indiana, Tennessee, Nebraska, Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, and Louisiana, Superior is one of the largest independently owned mobility dealers in the country. To see our most current list of locations and to find your closest service center, visit our location page.
Most Locations Now Offering Routine Vehicle Maintenance Service! (check with your local Superior location for availability and complete details). Due to popular demand, most Superior Van and Mobility locations are now offering oil changes, wiper/filter/bulb replacement, and more general vehicle maintenance items for your handicap-accessible vehicle.
If you are like many, you have probably had your oil changed recently and the tires checked, but when was the last time you had your adaptive and/or accessible equipment serviced? While the safe operation of your vehicle is important, so is the reliability and safe operation of your mobility conversion or equipment; the components that many overlook for routine maintenance until it’s too late.
It is recommended that you have your wheelchair lift, scooter lift, wheelchair van, or the components of your mobility driving aids serviced every six months by a qualified mobility technician. Did you know to keep many of the manufactures warranties intact, various schedules must be addressed? Like anything mechanical in nature, routine inspections for damage, alignment, and proper operation are necessary. Electrical components are even more important, as wires could become frayed from improper alignment, wear and tear, and/or maintenance neglect; rendering your vehicle inoperable in a time of need.
If you can’t find your warranty information that lists the schedule for your vehicle or equipment, check with one of our certified mobility specialists. They are more than happy to find out if your vehicle or equipment has any specific warranty requirements.