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Choosing The Right Handicap Van

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Are you and your family looking for a handicap van?

A lot of choices are available on looking for the right handicap van.
They come full sized and often loaded with features and mini-vans that
adapt to the needs of an individual. Selecting one that suits your
needs may be an important decision for you and there are a couple of
things to keep in mind in selecting the right handicap van for you.

There are several good reasons why you should go for a full-sized
handicap van. First is that since it is full-sized, you wont be having
problems with regards to space. Full-sized handicap vans have lowered
floors or raised roofs to maximize space. Taller people wont have
problems in sitting in a full-sized handicap van unlike in a mini-van
where they might have problems fitting. If you normally travel or if
you go in long trips, a full-sized handicap van will definitely be more
comfortable. Storage is also not an issue with full-sized handicap
vans, these types have several storage space to keep your things. It is
also more stable compared to a mini-van, it can carry more weight and
can even carry two wheelchairs or a combination of a wheelchair and a
mobility scooter.

On the other hand, there are also great reasons to buy a mini-van
converted handicap van. One of the biggest reasons people choose a
mini-van over a full sized van is the better fuel efficiency. Gas
prices are expensive and getting more miles per gallon is often very
helpful. Mini-vans can also be easier to park, easier to maneuver and
drive, and take up less space in the driveway. Additionally there are
is a greater selection of mini-vans available and often mini-vans can
be purchased at a cheaper rate.

Full-sized vans are easier to convert into a handicap van. This is
primarily because it's size, which makes it a lot easier to install
parts that is vital for a handicap van. To provide maximum space, the
van's floor is lowered or it's roof is raised. Due to this alterations,
the gas tank is often relocated which may be time consuming and
expensive. For both conversions, the ramp or lift is a standard.
Additionally, tie downs and rolls bars are added as well.

In deciding which handicap van best suits you, I strongly suggest that
you go and see the nearest mobility dealership. They specialize in
mobility vehicles and can definitely answer all of your handicap van
questions. One tip I can give you is that you have to make sure that
the dealership is a member of NMEDA and ADA so that you can rest
assured that the handicap van you'll get is safe and secured. Good
quality brands include Braun, VMI and El Dorado. Quality should always
be the first priority in choosing your handicap van.

There are several things to consider when buying a converted van. You
will want to decide how much you will use it, for what, and what
features do you have to have. Also consider gas mileage and the
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