Accessible Trucks Faqs
Frequently asked questions about accessible trucks.
It can be very difficult to sell a wheelchair equipped vehicle on your own, so we’ve created a resource to connect you with a dealer who will purchase your vehicle. Simply fill out the form on our resource page, and one of our 104 accessible vehicle dealers will call you with an offer.
Yes! Click Here to visit our rental resource page.
Please visit our finance resources page to learn more about the options available for financing your vehicle.
The technology for driving controls is expanding every day. From basic mechanical hand controls to hi-tech drive-by-wire systems, there is equipment to fit a wide range of needs. Whether you’re exploring various lift options available, looking to learn about hand controls and adaptive seating options, or simply want to browse all available equipment, visit our equipment page to learn more about the adaptive driving options that are available to you. Or talk to a mobility specialist to learn about the options available to get you back on the road!
Check out our resource page to learn more about the conversion of an existing vehicle.
*While consumers can have their own vehicle converted or purchase an approved vehicle and have it converted, we do not recommend this! If you would like to explore this option, talk to a mobility dealer near you before purchasing a vehicle. Do not ask a regular dealership. It is very important to talk to your local mobility dealer prior to any purchase to ensure that the application will work with the vehicle you plan to purchase.
Due to the lowering of the floor to make the vehicle wheelchair accessible, there are no all-wheel drive vehicles available.
Estimated MPG from highest to lowest overall:
- Ford Transit Connect (24 City / 29 Highway)
- Nissan NV200 (24 City / 26 Highway)
- Chrysler Pacifica (19 City / 28 Highway)
- Honda Odyssey (19 City / 27 Highway)
- Toyota Sienna (19 City / 27 Highway)
- Chevrolet Traverse (18 City / 27 Highway)
- Dodge Grand Caravan (18 City / 24 Highway)
- Ford Transit (15 City / 19 Highway
The cost of converting a truck depends on a number of factors. We will put you in touch with one of our dealers who can work with you to determine the price of the truck that you select.
Mobility SVMS conditional warranty covers modifications for three years or 36,000 miles (whichever comes first).
The wheelchair lift is rated to handle 750 pounds.
Currently the manufacturer can convert the Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra 1500 and 2500 models 4×4 and 2×4; Crew or Extended Cabs. Please note they are NOT able to convert 2500 4×4 Driver side trucks at this time.