Is your vehicle a good candidate for converting? Find out what’s involved in making a vehicle handicap accessible, which vehicles are good candidates, and costs involved.
Find out all the best features available in a Honda Pilot wheelchair conversion vehicle and why you may want to update your wheelchair accessible vehicle to this.
Find out all the best features available in a Chrysler Pacifica wheelchair conversion van and why you may want to update your wheelchair accessible vehicle to this.
When you’re looking to purchase a wheelchair van or to have handicapped accessibility modifications made to your current vehicle, there are several options to help make a wheelchair van affordable.
Learn the differences between a wheelchair van with a side ramp vs a van with a rear entry ramp, and tips on how to make the best choice for yourself.
Mobility Express s highlighting the Toyota Sienna wheelchair van as our “Brand of The Month!” It can be very exciting to consider a new or used wheelchair van and the mobility freedom this gives.
Mobility Express of Florida announced today its acquisition of AVM Ocala vehicle sales and operations.
Many ask, why Ford discontinued their Econoline Van in 2014? The Econoline series was the preferred vehicle to do a wheelchair conversion in. The vast majority of full-size wheelchair vans for personal and commercial transportation, for wheelchair users, over the past 30 years, have been the Ford E-150 & E-250 Econoline and Club wagon.
Finding the right wheelchair van is both an art and science. Being able to find the right fit for your need and balancing comfort & convenience- can be a demanding project, if you haven’t done proper research. Knowledge is power, and being educated in how versatile conversion vans can be, will pay off in the long haul.
The average wheelchair accessible van takes three to six months to sell. Selling a wheelchair accessible van is more like selling a home rather than a car. Potential buyers will have many questions.