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Used Wheelchair Accessible Minivans

Posted Mar 11, 2015 by AldoMoore
All vehicles from above are available at Better Life Mobility Center Los Angeles Stop by 1424 La Cienega Blvd or request more info at official website -

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE (Press Release) Mar 11, 2015 -- 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
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.
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 Stop by 1424 La Cienega Blvd or request more info at official website -
Contact :
Contact Person: Mo Abusham
E-mail: [email protected]
Address: 8130 Parkway Dr.La Mesa, CA 91942
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Contact Email :
Website : stair lifts for handicapped persons
Phone : 888 540 8267
Business Address : 8130 Parkway Dr.La Mesa, CA 91942
Country : United States
Categories : Automotive
Tags : Wheelchair Accessible Minivans, Accessible Vehicle
Last Updated : Mar 11, 2015

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