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Rollx Vans Reconditioning Process


It’s Like a Used-Vehicle, but Better.  Much Better

Just because you’re buying a used vehicle doesn’t mean you have to compromise on quality.  When you purchase a vehicle, particularly a wheelchair accessible one, you need that vehicle to be reliable.  You want to know that it’s going to last.  You want to be proud when someone rides along with you.

And it’s for those reasons that we put extra effort into our used wheelchair vans.  We never take a van it and put it directly on the lot for sale.  Every used vehicle that comes in goes through a strict reconditioning process before any customer ever sees it.

The Rollx Vans used-wheelchair van reconditioning process is the industry’s gold standard. Each full-size used handicapped van gets a complete mechanical inspection including engine, fluid, and brake rotor, suspension, and exhaust updates.

A four-wheel computerized alignment is included on every used full-size accessible van. We also replace the ground effects and, if needed the ramp and kneeling system. We install new carpet featuring foam-tech insulation in every used handicapped van we sell. Finally, all used wheelchair vans get a detailed inspection. This complete reconditioning process is unparalleled in the industry.

Rollx Vans also offers multiple service options for your wheelchair accessible van. These options include At-Home Service in most of the United States. We have more than 200 Preferred Service Shops around the country. This gives you total flexibility with your warranty coverage.

Rollx Vans maintains the largest inventory of used handicapped vans in the United States. We were one of the first companies to offer used wheelchair vans, offering consumers even more affordable transportation options. Rollx Vans is your complete, one-stop wheelchair van solution. We offer several financing- and service-plan options along with taking trades and working directly with state, county, and veterans agencies.

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