3 Tips for Buying a Handicap Van

Buying a handicap van is a lot like buying a car, including the fact that the process can sometimes feel burdensome and stressful.

The following are some key factors to keep in mind when making your first new or used handicap van purchase.

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Key Advice for Purchasing a Handicap Van

#1 – Know who you’re buying the handicap van for.

What do we mean by this? While all handicap vans are designed to be able to accommodate wheelchair passengers, not all handicap vans are designed to be able to handle a handicap person behind the wheel.

If you or someone you know is interested in being an adaptive driver inside of a handicap van, then it’s best if you speak with our mobility specialists. They’ll be able to advise you as to the specific makes/models of handicap vans that we have available that accommodate adaptive drivers (and not just passengers).

#2 – Know what mobility features you need versus want.

Van Products has the largest inventory of new and used handicap vans in the area. That said, each of our handicap vans can be customized to fit the unique needs of our customers.

We encourage you to browse our mobility products and think through the kinds of important/mandatory items and features that you’d like to have in your van – from backup cameras to power doors, satellite radio, removable seats, and more.

#3 – Know your budget.

It’s important to not get too far ahead of yourself. If you have a budget, stick to it. Need help coming up with a budget? Speak to our mobility specialists. Sometimes, there may be special financing available or other types of less expensive handicap van options available.

Learn more about the handicap vans we carry, and browse our large inventory of new and used handicap vans, mobility products, and more!

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