Wheelchair Van Financing Options
Do you have questions about financing an accessible vehicle or mobility equipment? Please contact your nearest United Access dealership for more information regarding our financing and extended service protection programs. The Finance Department will assist you with the options and opportunities available to you.
Our Mobility Specialists are knowledgeable of all the rebate programs and funding options available to you in the marketplace. Our job is to help our customers find mobility vehicle loans and funding sources. Banks are often unfamiliar with the added value of the wheelchair van conversion which can result in less than ideal loan parameters. For this reason, we maintain a close relationship with many banks, grant resources and foundations. We find that this makes it easier to help you get the financing you need for your wheelchair accessible vehicles. We are able to help most customers find a finance option that works for them. Alternatively, many customers find that their local credit union offers better interest rates and options. If you would like to use your credit union, we can help walk you through this option as well.
We are here to help make this process easier for you.
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Multiple Locations Nationwide
Additional Wheelchair Van Financing Options
We offer additional services beyond wheelchair van financing such as gap insurance, extended service plans and more. Contact your mobility specialist to get further descriptions on what options work for you.
Financing Smaller Mobility Products
If you are interested in purchasing smaller items, such as a transfer seat, a chair topper or external lift for your existing vehicle, we can assist in finding financing for that as well.
Public Handicap Van & Accessibility Product Funding Resources
Tell your story, reach a broad audience, and raise funds to support your purchase of mobility equipment by utilizing crowdfunding platforms. Crowdfunding, by definition, is “the practice of funding a project or venture by raising many small amounts of money from a large number of people, typically via the Internet.” If you haven’t heard of sites like GoFundMe or Chive Charities, you’d likely be surprised to know just how much money an individual can raise online from friends, family, and members of one’s community. Check out the financial services section in our Resource Center to explore these unique fundraising opportunities online.
How is your credit?
Whether it is perfect or not so great, we can help find the right financing package for your next accessible vehicle purchase.