Rollx Vans BBB Business Review

Our People


Dedicated People Make Great Vans

Just like any other business, it is critical we keep our eyes on the bottom line. Even more important, however, is listening to our hearts while doing so.

We build handicap vans with real people in mind—a friend, a relative, a coworker, a neighbor with a disability. People who deserve to enjoy the things most of us take for granted every day. People who would do the same for us in a heartbeat.

We do not just do this because it is the right thing to do, we do it because we want to. We want to treat our customers, just like we treat the people who work with us every day; like family. And, if you come visit us at our headquarters in Minnesota, you will get that experience from the minute you come through our front door.

Our Vans Won’t Sell Themselves

We know we have a business to run, and every business needs to rely on their customers to succeed. But, that does not mean we are going to drive our vans down your throat. Instead, Rollx Vans wheelchair vans representatives are trained to listen harder than they sell. Lots harder. After all, when you are in the business of building vans perfectly suited to the needs of one individual, your ears are the best tools you’ve got.

Additionally, our sales team does not get paid to sell you features you do not really want or need. That means they won’t spend time trying to up-sell you into something you may not want or be able to afford.

If you buy into our philosophy, click here to begin your wheelchair accessible vans search. Then, reach out to our team so we can listen to exactly what your vision is for your first or next accessible vehicle.