Wheelchair Accessible Vehicles

Wheelchair Accessible Vehicles

making transportation for wheelchair users a pleasure

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Wheelchair Accessible Vehicles

Wheelchair Accessible Vehicles

making transportation for wheelchair users a pleasure

Get in touch: 0800 121 66 22

NO OBLIGATION HOME DEMONSTRATIONS, UK WIDE - CLICK HERE
Wheelchair Accessible Vehicles

Wheelchair Accessible Vehicles

making transportation for wheelchair users a pleasure

Get in touch: 0800 121 66 22

NO OBLIGATION HOME DEMONSTRATIONS, UK WIDE - CLICK HERE
Wheelchair Accessible Vehicles

Wheelchair Accessible Vehicles

making transportation for wheelchair users a pleasure

Get in touch: 0800 121 66 22

NO OBLIGATION HOME DEMONSTRATIONS, UK WIDE - CLICK HERE
Wheelchair Accessible Vehicles

Wheelchair Accessible Vehicles

making transportation for wheelchair users a pleasure

Get in touch: 0800 121 66 22

NO OBLIGATION HOME DEMONSTRATIONS, UK WIDE - CLICK HERE
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Used WAV Vehicles – Introductory Guide To WAV Vehicles

WAV stands for Wheelchair Accessible Vehicle; these cars are adapted so that wheelchair users can travel with comfort and ease. Keeping that in mind, in this post we will provide you with a brief introduction to used WAV vehicles. Continue reading to discover more.

If you have a quick browse online, you will see that there are many different options at your disposal when it comes to used wheelchair accessible vehicles. From various makes and models, to a whole host of features, to different entries and exits, the options are endless, and this is because it is imperative to find a WAV that is the perfect fit for the wheelchair user. Generally speaking, you can choose between a small, medium and large WAV. The latter is designed to hold heavy or large wheelchairs as well as a lot of equipment, and they tend to be fitted with a lift. Medium wheelchair accessible vehicles are more suited to a large wheelchair, and they can accommodate a considerable amount of equipment. They tend to be fitted with a ramp, but there are those that feature an electric lift, and you can typically seat between five and seven people, including the wheelchair user. Finally, a small WAV can accommodate up to four people, with most having a ramp as opposed to a lift. To ensure they are comfortable and have enough headroom, these vehicles tend to have a lowered floor.

Hopefully, you now have a better understanding regarding used WAV vehicles and the options that are available. The only thing you need now is a quality dealership to acquire yours from. You don’t need to search far, as the Automotive Group have exactly what you require. Simply head to our website – http://automotivegroup.co.uk/ to find out more.

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