Our wheelchair accessible vans with rear-entry and side-entry ramps each provide unique advantages and
disadvantages. Side-entry vehicles are typically recommended for wheelchair users who plan to operate their
vehicle, while rear entry ramps are generally less expensive and more common for wheelchair users who will
primarily ride as passengers. Each style has a unique impact on the vehicle’s seating layout, cost, and parking
options. Visit our blog to learn more about the differences between side-entry and rear-entry vans.
Wheelchair Accessible Vans For Sale
All vehicles listed on The Mobility Resource are specially designed for accessible transportation. This includes
proper safety features such as special seatbelts, shoulder harnesses, and wheelchair securements, lifts or ramps
with barriers to ensure safe boarding, slip-resistant surfaces, weight capacity of 600 lbs. or more, and modified
chassis to accommodate wheelchair users.
Financing Your Wheelchair Van
The Mobility Resource can connect you with several financial resources to make your vehicle purchase more
affordable, including financing via our network of dealers, state grants, veteran’s assistance programs, state
vocational rehabilitation assistance, ongoing promotions from conversion manufacturers, and OEM rebate
programs. Visit our financing hub to learn more about wheelchair van financing.
Find Your Local Wheelchair Van Dealer
The Mobility Resource is a network of over 100 dealers nationwide, so it is easy to find a dealer near you. Visit our
find-a-dealer page to find the closest handicap van near you and reach out to a local mobility expert.
Sell Your Handicap Van
If you’ve tried to sell a wheelchair van on the open market—or trade it in at a traditional car dealership, you know
how difficult it can be. The Mobility Resource can connect you to people with disabilities who are looking for
exactly what you have. Fill out our sell your van questionnaire to have a wheelchair accessible vehicle expert
contact you and provide a quote for your vehicle.