Whats the Best Fit Side or Rear?
Rear Entry Wheelchair Accessible Vehicles
The rear-entry wheelchair-accessible vehicle features a foldout ramp and has a lowered center cut area for the wheelchair. This offers more interior space, allowing for bigger wheelchairs to fit. However, the wheelchair cannot get to the front seat positions, meaning they cannot drive the vehicle or ride as a front-seat passenger.
Both entry types can utilize either manual or automatic ramps or lifts. Typically the rear-entry is the less expensive conversion of the pair.
Less intrusive conversion
Side Entry Wheelchair Accessible Vehicles
The side-entry wheelchari accessblie vehicle is the more popular of the two options. It is a lowered-floor conversion, allowing for more headspace for comfortably fitting a passenger in a wheelchair into the vehicle. Side-entry vehicles typically have removable front seats, allowing the wheelchair user to ride in the front passenger spot or actually drive the van. They can house both foldout ramps and lifts or the infloor ramp, and a center cut conversion is available for the side-entry. Typically this conversion is a bit more expensive than the rear-entry option.
Wheelchair on the passenger side
Easy for a wheelchair driver
As other companies continue to increase their prices on mobility vans we here at Triple S Mobility are staying put for the foreseeable future!
We understand these are tough times and we are doing everything we can to help you get your mobility back! So take advantage of our Great Financing Programs & Great Pricing!!
Triple S Mobility - Ocala
5919 SE 68th St Ocala, FL 34472