Wheelchair Van Features
Each of our wheelchair vans offers the following standard features:
Travel with more than one wheelchair.
Drive in your wheelchair with removable front seats or use a transfer seat to leave the chair in back.
Peace of Mind
Each van comes with ADA-approved wheelchair securement systems.
You’ll have warranty coverage for 3-years/36,000 miles on new conversions.
Each of our vans meet the requirements as outlined by the National Mobility Equipment Dealers Association (NMEDA) per agreements with the NHTSA. We can also help you choose additional features to make using a wheelchair van easier and more convenient.
Hand controls allow you to use your hands to brake and accelerate your wheelchair accessible vehicles.
We can extend the length of the foot pedals or stop them from engaging at all.
United Access will make sure you can reach everything you need, from the turn signal to the gear shift.
If you have compromised grip, our selection of steering knobs, grips, and hand securements make sure you can still drive on your own.
You have choices when it comes to finding the right wheelchair van for you
Side Entry Handicap Vans
Wheelchair-accessible vans with side entry doors make it easy to drop passengers off right at the curb. Side-entry wheelchair vehicles typically come with removable seats, giving you flexible arrangement options for any situation. If you want to drive yourself, a side-entry vehicle is the right choice.
Keep in mind that side-entry vans are better for parallel parking; when you use them with a ramp, you will need a second handicap parking space where the ramp can be placed.
Rear Entry Handicap Vans
Rear-entry wheelchair vans are often a cost-effective choice for wheelchair users who want to be a full-time passenger. These vans come with a lowered area in the back of the van that is perfect for a fold-out ramp. If your family is made up of people who do and do not use wheelchairs, a rear-entry van can accommodate everyone’s needs.
Parallel parking is difficult with rear-entry vans, as you will need significant space at the back of the van for the ramp; we recommend you use rear-entry vans in parking lots.
You can decide how to enter and exit your vehicle. In van conversions with a lowered floor, an extended ramp that folds out or slides out is a reliable entry and exit method.
Wheelchair lifts are the ultimate choice for convenience as the device raises and lowers the person in the wheelchair. Our wheelchair van conversions offer both hydraulic and electric lifts.
Our selection of new wheelchair vans and used wheelchair vans offer dozens of options with varying extra features.
Minivans not quite your style? We also sell accessible full-size vans, SUVs, and pick-up trucks from RAM, Ford, and Chevrolet. No matter your needs or taste, our wheelchair van sales representatives will help you find the right handicap van for you.