dehaze
United Access
r
Search Inventory
dehaze
United Access
r
Search Inventory

Comparison Guide: Wheelchair Vans, Trucks and SUVs

Side Entry Wheelchair Accessible Minivans are best if you have more room on the side to enter the parked vehicle. Side Entry Minivans have the most choices for you. We have a side-by-side comparison of the following Side Entry Minivans.

Rear Entry Handicapped Accessible Minivans are preferred if the side has limited room but the rear of the vehicle allows for a wheelchair user to enter. We have a side-by side comparison of the following Rear Entry Minivans.

All of our handicapped accessible minivans come with a wheelchair accessible ramp that either folds out and onto the ground from the inside of the vehicle (aka “fold-out ramps”) or the ramp comes from within the floor so it stays out of the way of the interior (aka “in-floor ramps”). All pre-converted wheelchair accessible vehicles start with a minivan from the car manufacturers you already trust: Chrysler, Dodge, Honda or Toyota. The conversions are done from BraunAbility, Eldorado Mobility, Ryno Mobility or Vantage Mobility International (VMI).

Trucks are converted for a wheelchair user to enter on the driver or passenger side through an automatic lift through Chevrolet, Dodge, Ford or GMC trucks.

SUVs are converted very similarly to the minivan with most of the automatic options for side entry into the vehicle via the driver, front passenger or middle passenger position through Chevrolet, Ford or GMC SUVs.

Full Size Vans are vans that are converted for commercial use. They are the larger vans that typically have an automatic lift installed in the rear or the side of the vehicle through Ford vans.