Our mobility experts are here to advise you on finding the wheelchair conversion van that is right for you. We’re sure you have other questions, so at +1 (732) 545-6300 or email us at email@example.com to receive the expert advice and personalized service that sets us apart from all other conversion van dealers.
1. What are the advantages of buying a wheelchair van from Brunswick Mobility over purchasing it direct from the manufacturer?
Brunswick Mobility Professionals have been leaders in the automotive industry for over forty years. Not only do we have the experience and expertise to provide you with the right vehicle for your needs, but we are the only mobility dealer in the tri-state area with an on-site, full service, bumper-to-bumper automotive repair facility. Wheelchair accessible vans are our specialty and we conduct an in-depth analysis of your or your loved one’s special needs to ensure that you have the highest quality mobility equipment that suits your needs now and in the future.
2. How long have you been in business?
We have been keeping our customers on the go since 1969.
3. What kind of vans do you carry?
Brunswick Mobility Professionals are authorized dealers for new and used Braun, VMI, Freedom Motors and Eldorado National, Viewpoint, Tuscany, Eclipse and Explorer mini and full size van conversions. We carry Toyota, Honda, Dodge, Chrysler and Volkswagen minivans.
4. Do I need a side or rear entry van?
One of the most important decisions you will make in the purchase of a wheelchair van is whether to have access ramp on the side or the rear of the vehicle. Both options have pros and cons.
In order to determine which option is right for you, you need to ask the following questions:
Who will be driving the vehicle? Rear-entry accessibility does not allow the person operating the wheelchair to sit in the driver or front passenger seat; if the driver will be seated in a wheelchair, side entry vehicles are the way to go.
Where will you be parking? A rear entry wheelchair minivan can park in regular, non-accessible parking spaces and garages if required and require no extra side room. A side entry vehicle is more convenient for drivers who frequently park parallel to a curb or live in areas where parking lots are not available.
Other factors to consider include the size of the wheelchair and number of passengers to be transported. We have the experience and expertise to help you determine the best options for your needs.