All United Access locations rent handicap vans which is a great benefit to each community we serve. Renting a wheelchair van is a great option for many people for all types of situations; here are just a couple of examples:
Who doesn’t love a good road trip, especially through Arizona, Nevada and California? Rental wheelchair vans can be a great option for families who may not own an accessible van but enjoy road trips as vacations. Here is a great article that was written on enjoying our National Parks:
Marian Jacob, who uses a wheelchair because of multiple sclerosis, never thought she would ever experience the beauty of a national park.
But in March, Jacob, 63, and her husband visited the Grand Canyon. They received special permission from the National Park Service to drive their car down a maintenance road and park several miles from the lookout. Then Jacob rode her motorized wheelchair along an asphalt path to the North Rim observation deck. “It was just amazing,” says Jacob, who lives in Edgerton, Wis. “We were able to see a number of scenic overlooks of the canyon.” To read the entire article, click here.
The purchase of a wheelchair-accessible van can be overwhelming for some and at United Access, we want the process to be as enjoyable and stress-free as possible. If you are undecided about a particular wheelchair van, we allow you to rent it and if you decide to purchase a van from us, we put those rental fees towards the purchase of your handicapped van.
Taking care of loved ones with mobility challenges can be both challenging and rewarding. For caregivers, transporting family members/clients can sometimes be difficult, especially if they need a scooter or wheelchair to get around. Renting an accessible van can make your life so much easier for Doctor’s appointments, getting to church, visiting family or friends, etc.
Whether you need to rent a wheelchair van for a day, week, or month; United Access can help.