Included New Vehicle Warranty
Our new wheelchair accessible vehicles have the BraunAbility wheelchair conversion warranty along with the OEM vehicle manufacturer warranty.
At any BraunAbility dealer nationwide, no matter where you buy your product. Our network of repair centers are ready to get you back on the road.
Genuine BraunAbility parts are sold exclusively through our BraunAbility authorized dealers.
All technical support is routed through our certified BraunAbility dealers. Find a dealer near you.
The Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) of your vehicle will still honor components under their warranty policy if the components are un-modified. It’s always best to start your service journey with a BraunAbility dealer. They can assess the issue and will determine where the repair should be made.
The Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) is posted on the front driver’s side door jamb and in the front windshield (lower driver’s side).
ID tags on Dual Parallel Lifts (DPA) are located on the pump housing, on the inside of tower 3, and on the vertical arm of the lift. ID tags of Under Vehicle Lifts (UVL) are located on the scissor arm, behind the pump on mounting bracket and standing by rear passenger tire you will see on side of the platform.
ID tags on the Transfer Seat base are located on the rear of the base, just in front of the L-track bolts. ID tags on the Turny Evo are located on the outside corner of the unit, behind the rear corner shroud.
Ground clearance can vary from one vehicle to the next due to a number of factors including vehicle type, conversion components, ground conditions, & tire pressure. Generally, the ground clearance on our vehicles is between 4 & 6 inches.
BraunAbility’s warranty covers conversion components. You should always check with your BraunAbility dealer to determine what kind of issue you are experiencing. Some OEM repairs can affect the conversion.
Yes. Maintenance is necessary to ensure safe and trouble-free conversion operation. Maintenance is required every 6 months and is performed by a BraunAbility Dealer. A few items the dealers inspect during routine maintenance is the proper function of all conversion components like the kneel, door and ramp operation. The dealer will also lubricate, clean, and make any necessary adjustments. Properly maintaining your BraunAbility vehicle will increase the life of the conversion and maintain its value.
Weight capacity can be found on the Serial tag for NHTSA-compliant lifts. If the serial tag of your lift does not contain weight capacity, please reverence the service manual.
At BraunAbility, we offer various protection packages that are customized to your needs. That's why we offer BraunAbility Protection Plus - an exclusive program specifically for wheelchair accessible vehicles.