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Wheelchair Vans For Sale In Phoenix Arizona

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Available Wheelchair Vans For Sale
Bright Silver Metallic Clear Coat
Cloth Medium Slate Gray/ Light
Automatic
Gasoline
123501 Miles
VIN: 2D8HN54119R564555
Stock #: 564555
Internet Price:

$15,999

Crystal Black Pearl
Black
Automatic
Gasoline
30 Miles
VIN: 5FNYF5H77JB007630
Stock #: 007630
Internet Price:

$63,284

Silver
Gasoline
43076 Miles
VIN: 2C4RDGCG9DR545672
Stock #: 545672
Internet Price:

$27,995

Silver
Gasoline
139667 Miles
VIN: 5FNRL386X8B401254
Stock #: 401254
Internet Price:

$14,999

Green
Gasoline
16 Miles
VIN: 5TDKZ3DC1JS934834
Stock #: 934834
Internet Price:

$62,414

White
Gasoline
74660 Miles
VIN: 1D8GP24R05B159824
Stock #: 159824
Internet Price:

$16,999

White
Gasoline
54088 Miles
VIN: 5TDKK3DC9GS706657
Stock #: 706657
Internet Price:

$44,894

Silver
Gasoline
110700 Miles
VIN: 2D4GP44LX7R171783
Stock #: 171783
Internet Price:

$12,999

True Blue Pearl Coat
Black/Light Greystone
Automatic
Gasoline
66051 Miles
VIN: 5FNRL3H40AB092513
Stock #: 092513
Internet Price:

$27,995

Billet Silver Metallic Clear Coat
Black/Light Greystone
Automatic
Gasoline
25500 Miles
VIN: 2C4RDGCGXGR311125
Stock #: 311125
Internet Price:

$34,995

White Diamond Pearl
Truffle
Automatic
Gasoline
18793 Miles
VIN: 5FNRL5H62GB135772
Stock #: 135772
Internet Price:

$49,995

Velvet Red
Black
Automatic
Gasoline
12 Miles
VIN: 2C4RC1FG2JR310599
Stock #: 310599
Internet Price:

$63,480

Silver
Gasoline
13 Miles
VIN: 2C4RDGBG6JR268735
Stock #: 268735
Internet Price:

$47,634

Sandstone Pearl Coat
Black/Sandstorm
Automatic
Gasoline
30340 Miles
VIN: 2C4RDGBG9GR236970
Stock #: 236970
Internet Price:

$36,950

True Blue Pearl Coat
Black/Light Greystone
Automatic
Gasoline
13435 Miles
VIN: 2C4RC1BG2ER163728
Stock #: 163728
Internet Price:

$36,995

The Benefits Of A Wheelchair Van


Being in a wheelchair should by no means limit your lust for adventure. A wheelchair van is a good way of getting around with more ease wherever you choose to go, be it to the seaside, the great outdoors, or just a night out on the town.

Many people only have a vague idea of what exactly a wheelchair van is and how it functions, and therefore are hesitant to even consider buying one. Others may think that it is fairly simple, which would be the correct assumption. It is a motor vehicle similar to a station wagon so that it is large enough to easily accommodate a standard sized wheelchair. There are two different types; one with a side entry door and one with a rear entry door, each with its own set of benefits. A sliding door or backdoor opens and a ramp is extended down to the pavement, making it accessible for the wheelchair. One can even choose whether or not to remain in the wheelchair during travel if one so chooses, though most prefer to remain in the wheelchair itself as it is both comfortable and time efficient.

As mentioned, there are two different sets of benefits for side and rear entry wheelchair vans. A side entry van often grants the wheelchair user access to the front of the car and its controls. One thing to keep in consideration is that it is intended for parallel parking or for a parking space that has extra space open to the side in order to make the side door wheelchair accessible. Conversely, rear entry vans are ideal for conventional parking spaces, but pose a problem when one faces a parallel parking spot without enough open space to either front or back. This type does tend to be less expensive, though, and are higher, giving better ground clearance when using unconventional roads. Which one you choose depends entirely on your personal requirements.

Wheelchair vans also have universal benefits, regardless of the type of entry. They give you more flexibility in terms of when and how to travel in that the wheelchair user requires less assistance, and if a caregiver is present, it is easier to use for them as well. Less time is taken in moving from the wheelchair to the car as you can choose to remain in the wheelchair during transit. It also means that less trouble is taken in folding up and storing the wheelchair as one would do in a conventional vehicle, only to reverse the process once your destination has been reached. In terms of price range, a van normally costs between $30,000 and $60,000, depending on the type of entry as well as general and technological features. Depending on each wheelchair user’s and/or buyer’s unique situation and insurance, as well as laws specific to the area in which said person lives, there is the possibility that a certain amount or percentage of the total price of the van will be covered by medical insurance or another party.

When all of these plus points are given due consideration, it can easily be seen that a lot of benefit can be gained from owning one of these sophisticated and lifestyle enhancing vehicles.