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Wheelchair Accessible Vehicles

Wheelchair Accessible Vehicles

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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 Wheelchair Access Vehicles – Getting In And Out Of The Vehicle

Are you looking for the best WAV for your requirements? One of the most important aspects that need to be considered is getting in and out of the vehicle. Read on to discover more about used wheelchair access vehicles and the entry and exit options that are available.

When purchasing a WAV, accessibility is imperative, and you need to consider this with a lot of care. You have two options to choose from – a ramp and lift. You also need to consider whether you will enter the vehicle from the back or the side, with most people going for the former, as the side can cause problems in regards to oncoming traffic. However, there are instances when it is imperative to find used wheelchair accessible vehicles with a side entry. When it comes to choosing between a lift and a ramp, there are a few pointers that can help you make up your mind. First, it is worth pointing out that most wheelchair accessible vehicles are fitted with ramps, yet the larger vehicles tend to have a lift. An electric lift is ideal if your carer, partner or family member has trouble pushing the wheelchair up the ramp, yet you will need to have this serviced annually, so it is worth bearing this in mind. You may want to consider a spring-loaded ramp, and you will also need to think about the length and angle of the ramp, as they’re not all designed the same. You can always try out different methods when looking for the best WAV.

Hopefully, you now have a better understanding as to whether you require a lift or a ramp. Remember, there is no right or wrong answer; it is all about determining what is going to be the best for you. Automotive Group, http://automotivegroup.co.uk/, have a wide assortment of used wheelchair access vehicles available, and we can help you to choose the right one.

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