Bringing Mobility Options to Seattle, WA

Rollx Vans is committed to offering convenient transportation solutions to those living in Seattle, Washington. As Seattle’s number one provider of personalized and affordable vehicle mobility solutions, Rollx Vans is dedicated to offering convenient phone and online service at all hours of the day, including our 24-hour emergency service.

Buy a New Conversion or Used Wheelchair Van in Seattle, WA, or Modify Your Vehicle

Rollx Vans features the largest inventory of new and used affordable handicap-accessible minivans and vans here in the United States. Take a look at all the vehicles currently available by browsing our online inventory. All of these vehicles have been customized to assist those with Rheumatoid Arthritis, Muscular Dystrophy, Multiple sclerosis (MS), Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), etc.

All of the reconditioned wheelchair vans we offer undergo and pass strict testing, including a 171-point inspection, and have earned our gold standard satisfaction guarantee.

Already own a minivan or van? Rollx Vans also offers modification services to make your vehicle wheelchair and handicap accessible, offering more convenience and better operation.

Buying a Handicap-Access Van from Your Seattle, WA Home

No need to visit our on-site location. Just call our expert mobility consultants to order your wheelchair van or minivan from the comfort of your own home.

Rollx Vans even buys professionally modified, gently used vehicles from residents of Seattle, Washington.

From custom conversation services to new conversion van sales, Rollx Vans is committed to offering personalized, convenient transportation solutions to those in Seattle. Dial 800-956-6668 to learn how you can finance your new accessible van from Rollx Vans and have it delivered to your home.


Need Service?

If your van needs service, Rollx Vans offers three different service options: We can send a representative out to you, connect you with one of our preferred service shops, or work with your preferred service shop to help them with the repair process.

If you want more information on the logistics of driving a wheelchair van in Seattle, view the Washington DMV page.

For more information, view this resource for disabled drivers in Arizona.

Questions? Concerns? Contact us!