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If you are in need of a wheelchair accessible vehicle but don’t know where to start, call us today and we’ll assist you in every way possible. We know how expensive mobility vans can be so we try our best to help our customers get financial aid along with finding all the mobility rebates that apply to them. We also have a great mobility program for Veterans.

We understand that no two people are exactly the same and that each individual has their own unique needs and desires. So, as a team, we work with each and every one of our customers to create and provide the best vehicle and products necessary to ensure greater freedom and independence.

In stock have new and used wheelchair vans in every make, model, and style to ensure that we help our customers find the right vehicle for them! If we have what the vehicle that fits them best, but they want it in a different color or want different accessories it’s no problem at all because we access to thousands of handicapped accessible vehicles!

Not only do we have every make and models available (Toyota Sienna, Honda Odyssey, Dodge Grand Caravan, Chrysler Town & Country, Ford Transit, Ford Econoline – wheelchair van minivans & wheelchair full size vans) we have multiple conversions as well.


Conversions
The three Conversions that we always have in stock are:

  • In-Floor Side Entry:
    As their name suggests, in-floor ramps are stowed in/under the floor of wheelchair accessible minivans, creating additional interior room for improved maneuverability. These ramps allow for an obstruction-free doorway and clean, uncluttered interior. In-floor models also provide added safety, as there are no components on the floor of the van that one might struggle with.

  • Fold Out Side Entry:
    For strength and durability, fold-out ramps are great options for passengers in wheelchairs. When not in use, these ramps fold up and sit on the floor of wheelchair accessible vans, they extend outward in a folding motion when deployed. Many models offer side rails for easy navigation and perforations of the ramp floors to allow for easy cleaning and debris removal. In addition, fold-out ramps are more budget-conscious than in-floor options.
  • Fold Out Rear Entry:
    The rear-entry minivan has a lowered floor to make the ramp slope less of an angle when entering. To do this, the conversion technician cuts out the floor of the minivan from the back by the bumper to the middle bench seat or driver and front passenger seat (depending on where the wheelchair occupant prefers to be secured for transport). A new section is then welded 10” lower to the ground. The conversion is continued and a fold-out ramp is added to the rear bumper area where the floor was cut out.In addition, Rear entry fold-out ramps are more budget-conscious than side entry fold-out options.

 


Trade Ins
We will accept virtually all non-modified vehicles that are preferably under 10 years old with odometers at 100,000 miles or less. You can also trade in a converted mobility vehicle from VMI, Braun, Rollx, eldorado and, even an AMS converted handicap van.

All trade-in offers are based on a first hand inspection, and if a vehicle isn’t represented accurately, we reserve the right to withdraw the offer once the vehicle is personally inspected by our evaluator.

If you are looking to sell your wheelchair accessible vehicle but don’t know how or where to start, we can help! We have two options: we can buy it from you or we can hold it on consignment and help you sell it.