Everything You Ever Wanted in a Van
When a customer is looking to buy a new wheelchair van, personalization is key. It needs to have the features and options they are looking for. If those exact features were not important, they would probably be looking into a low mileage, used wheelchair accessible vehicle.
To get the exact van you are looking for with the exact options and additions you need, a new van is the way to go. In our opinion, it is guaranteed satisfaction and gives you everything you could dream ever dream of in a vehicle.
A Purchase with No Regrets
Rollx Vans does not up sell. Our sales team members receive no incentives or kick-backs for tacking on features you do not need. Instead they listen, inform, and let you know exactly what we offer and how you can benefit from different features.
Our sales team members will also be there to assist you throughout the entire process including helping you obtain any financial assistance you qualify for.
What You’ll Get
All of our minivans feature over 56 inches of space from floor to ceiling. Each of them also come with a reinforced floor and ground effects to hide the conversion around the outside. There are also eight or more color options for each van.
But color is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the choices available on your new wheelchair accessible vehicle.
For each wheelchair conversion van you will be able to choose from any of the standard or upgraded features that each of our manufacturers offer on their sales lots. This means, you will be able to choose features like seat material, interior color, and more.
Your Ride. Your Way.
For minivans, we offer two options: an in floor ramp that slides out or a folding ramp that folds down to the ground. The in-floor ramp is a bit more elegant, completely disappears once inside the van. Many people, however, find the folding ramp perfectly adequate.
For full-size vans, we offer two options of lifts: a single post or double post lift. The single post lifts can be used in conjunction with either a raised roof or lowered floor, and can handle a capacity of up to 600 pounds. The double post lift has a higher weight load capacity, and can also be used with either a raised roof or lowered floor conversion.
For wheelchair securement, we have three tie-down options available. There is the manual tie down, the retractable tie down, and the power tie-down.
The manual and retractable tie-downs are only available for the rear or passenger areas. The power-tie down can be used in any area of the van, but the power-tie down is the only one that enables a wheelchair user to sit in the driver’s position, eliminating the need to switch chairs when driving.
For wheelchair users who are driving, we offer a wide variety of steering options from hand controls to zero-effort steering and more.
Simply put, whatever wheelchair accessible vehicle you need, we can make it happen, from the most basic of options to the most advanced.
Contact us today with questions or to get started customizing a van that is perfect for your unique needs.