We at Mobility Driven carry and install a variety of wheelchair lifts for trucks. From a handicap platform lift underneath can create a fully wheelchair accessible truck to full reconstruction of entry points of your truck.
If you don’t want typical wheelchair van conversions, inquire into the possibility of purchasing the best wheelchair accessible truck conversion to fit your needs.
When it comes to purchasing a wheelchair accessible vehicle, many buyers can often feel overwhelmed. First thing you should know is that there isn’t any one-vehicle-fits-all solution; everyone’s needs are different. This is why we provide expert knowledge and understanding based on your needs is important.
At Mobility Driven your lifestyle needs matter. We understand that not every vehicle is meant for "street use". Some of our clients need the design and comfort that comes with a lifestyle specific vehicle. We are not limited by what we can create every vehicle according to your needs.
The first thing you should think about is what you need from a car. What are the things you are going to be doing and what type of car best meets those needs? At Mobility Driven we focus on your needs by providing suggestions from our trained experts and asking the right questions.
When it comes to accessible wheelchair vans, one of the most common modifications made to accommodate wheelchair passengers is to lower the floor of a minivan. This provides the extra floor to ceiling clearance needed to permit a person to remain seated in their wheelchair while entering, riding in or driving the vehicle.
For some people, a side entry vehicle doesn’t meet their lifestyle or parking garage needs. Back or rear entry wheelchair vans provide an economically friendly accessible option that takes the worry out of narrow aisle ways and other side entry limitations. Back entry lowered floor conversions are seamlessly engineered to make wheelchair minivans as barrier-free as possible.
Mini-vans are not the only options for accessible vehicles. Trucks, full-size vans, and SUVs are other options. The wheelchair ramp is stowed in the floor of the van, creating more interior room. When not being used, they are stored alongside the door of the van. Entering and exiting is easier for non-wheelchair users. When stowed, they are not seen. If there is uneven terrain, in-floor ramps are easy to use.