Wheelchair Accessible Vans 

At United Access, we understand that mobility solutions look different for everyone. If you’re struggling with the hassles of transfers and chair loading, a wheelchair accessible van can improve your quality of life and give you the freedom to get around more easily and safely. We offer a diverse selection of new and used wheelchair accessible vans for sale. Choose from side-entry or rear-entry conversions from brands like Chrysler, Dodge, Honda, and Toyota. United Access offers a wheelchair accessible van to fit your lifestyle and budget.  

Our Wheelchair Accesible Vans

Side-Entry Wheelchair Accessible Vans

Side-entry wheelchair accessible vehicles work by lowering the floor in order to provide the extra floor to ceiling clearance needed to permit a person sitting in their wheelchair to remain seated while entering, riding in, or driving the vehicle. This mobility van option comes with either an infloor or foldout ramp. Speak with our mobility specialists to determine which option is best for you. 

Rear-Entry wheelchair accessible vans offer more interior space than the side-entry option, allowing for bigger wheelchairs to fit. However, the wheelchair cannot get to the front seat positions, meaning the wheelchair user cannot drive the vehicle or ride as a front-seat passenger. One benefit to the rear-entry option is that they allow easier access when parking in narrow spaces or in areas where side entry is limited. This conversion type is recommended for wheelchair users and their caregivers to use.   



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Frequently Asked Questions About Wheelchair Vans

What is the difference between a side-entry vs. rear-entry ramp?  

Side-entry conversions are for owners who drive or ride in the first frow from their wheelchair. Rear-entry wheelchair vans are ideal for wheelchair users who have a caregiver – this conversion type can’t be operated independently.   

What is the difference between a foldout ramp vs. infloor ramp?  

A foldout ramp is manual push and deploy and easily fits over curbs for ease of entry and exit. Infloor ramps are hidden in the interior creating a standard minivan environment. Infloor ramps require no manual deployment – done with button or remote.   

What is the difference between a manual ramp vs. power ramp?  

Manual ramps require users to deploy the ramp, while power ramps are deployed with a remote or button.