Dealers offer many styles of scooter lifts for vans. Scooter lifts fall into two main categories: swing-arm and platform-arm style.
Swing Arm Style
The swing arm style scooter lift raises and lowers your unoccupied scooter. Drawing power directly from your vehicle battery, it lifts your scooter to the vehicle’s floor height, where a mechanical arm moves it into the vehicle. The whole process works in reverse to unload the scooter.
The platform style scooter lift lets you drive your scooter right onto the platform while it's resting on the ground. Push a button and an arm secures your scooter or wheelchair and raises the entire platform off the ground. Platform style lifts can be stowed inside or under the vehicle for transportation.
The world’s most popular scooter lift, the Curb-Sider® by Bruno conveniently raises and stows your wheelchair or scooter inside your vehicle with just the touch of a button.