Sell Accessible Vans

Written by Norene Anderson
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When you sell accessible vans, you are selling freedom and independence to someone physically challenged. Many people have accepted the isolation and loneliness of staying inside and depending on someone to come visit to have any kind of interaction. Some years ago, this would be the normal way of life for anyone with limited mobility, but not any more.

Companies specializing in accessible vans have the technology and devices to open the world of travel to almost everyone. Before anyone can sell accessible vans, they must know the business. The equipment options cover hand controls for steering, accelerating, and braking. Wheelchair and scooter lifts or ramps are available for minivans and full-size vans.

Features that Sell Accessible Vans

Power seat bases to facilitate transfer from the wheelchair to the specially designed seating arrangement are optional and can put you in the driver's seat. Extended tops and lowered floors make room for wheelchair entry and exit via a lift or ramp. Power access to doors, ramps, lifts, and other great conveniences help sell accessible vans.

Many places that sell accessible vans also rent vans. Before you buy, it is wise to rent a van for at least a week. This will give you a good idea if you are looking at the right options to make your life easier and open the world of travel to you. If you have never used hand controls for driving, there is a period of training that must take place before you can qualify for a license to drive with the assistive devices.

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