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-- Features of Pre-Owned Accessible Vehicles for Sale
A new and used vehicle can be an effective way of saving some money, thus still making it more accessible by a powered escalator or by a wheelchair slope. Whether you want style, more space, entertainment features, or a great value, you should definitely opt for wheelchair vans. Four examples of wheelchair minivans that can be converted are - Honda Odyssey, Town and City, Toyota Sienna and Dodge Grand, Caravan, and Chrysler. To see all these modified and ready to hit the road visit this link http://www.betterlifemobility.com/index.php/Accessible-Vehicles.
10 of its features are-
• Added seats
• Windows installed
• Van finishing or lining
• Hoist or ramp installed for easy entry of the wheelchair vans, especially minivans
• Top-rated designs- Sleek design fully integrates with factory styling
• Neat and barrier-free interiors
• Greater usable floor length for flexibility
• Generous head rooms with a lot of space
• Securements are also installed for greater safety during an accident
• Its size may change often.
5 of its transport uses
1. Group Homes
2. Agencies used for rent al purposes
3. Taxi companies
4. Limousine companies for carrying people to and from the airport
5. Nursing Homes
2 Types of Layouts of a wheelchair-accessible van
There are two kinds of entry layouts and they are- 1. Side-Entry and 2. Rear-Entry. The entry location effects parking options, wheelchair seating positions, storage availability, and the ability to provide with accommodation to other fellow passengers.
1. SIDE ENTRY-
The 3 Advantages of a side-entry configuration are-
• The skill to drive from a wheelchair or sit in the front passenger position in a wheelchair or driver position.
• Entry and exit curbside away from traffic.
• Excessive storage space.
Its only disadvantage is that it requires a handicap parking space or extra room for ramp deployment and that some driveways are not wide enough to accommodate the vehicle. So, more than 80% of second hand wheelchair-accessible vans use a side-entry configuration.
2. REAR ENTRY- The purpose for which a rear-entry configuration is used is for attended appliances where the wheelchair occupant is not driving the vehicle instead riding as a passenger.
The 2 Advantages of a rear-entry vehicle are-
• With the exclusion of parallel parking, no added room is needed for a ramp.
• The side passenger doors are not obstructed if a folding-style ramp is installed. In fact, mid-passenger seats can be ascended next to the wheelchair position.
• More ground clearance and more room for long wheelchairs and leg rests.
The 3 Disadvantages of the rear-entry style are-
• The requirement to enter and exit from a traffic area
• The lack of proficiency to drive from the wheelchair and also to have the wheelchair in the front passenger position.
• Limited storage space.
The advantages of a used accessible wheelchair-accessible van when compared to larger Vans
The 3 advantages of a used wheelchair-accessible van when compared to larger Vans includes-
• Easy to use
• Better portability
• Doubles the gas mileage of larger vans
All vehicles from above are available at Better Life Mobility Center Los Angeles http://www.betterlifemobility.com/index.php/Locations/Los-Angeles. Stop by 1424 La Cienega Blvd or request more info at official website - http://www.betterlifemobility.com/
Contact Person: Mo Abusham
E-mail: [email protected]
BETTER LIFE MOBILITY CENTERS
Address: 8130 Parkway Dr.La Mesa, CA 91942