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Complete Wheelchair Van Service Department

Having a dealership that understands the importance of your vehicles safety and reliability is invaluable. Here at Access Mobility Vans, we put in the time and effort to ensure that every inch of your mobility vehicle/device is working as desired and meets all safety standards and requirements. Our team of mobility technicians are trained and certified to work on wheelchair vans by both VMI and the National Mobility Dealers Association (NMEDA) through their QAP Program. We are proud to say that our service is next to none, and are happy to assist you with any wheelchair van service or maintenance needs you may have.

Certified and Trusted Mobility Service

Our service department is dedicated to ensuring that you and your mobility equipment experience minimal to no down time when a problem occurs. Our staff is trained and certified in the service and maintenance of wheelchair accessible vehicles of all forms, and brings a level of experience that no one else can compete with. No matter who you bought your vehicle from, or the problems it is experiencing, you can trust the technicians at Access Mobility Vans will get you back on the road as quickly and safely as possible.

Service Offerings

Here's a list of some of the services Access Mobility Vans has to offer:

Operational Maintenance of adaptive equipment on:

  • Lowered Floor Minivans (New & Used) Service
  • Full Size Vans (New & Used) Service
  • Primary and secondary driving controls Service
  • Wheelchair and Scooter lifts Service
  • Power Wheelchairs Service
  • Wheelchair Securement Systems (automatic and manual) Service
  • Power Seat Bases Service
  • Power Door Operators Service
  • Wheelchair Ramp Service

Special service work or repairs to your adaptive equipment:

Installation of new adaptive equipment on new and used modified vehicles such as:

  • Hand Controls Service
  • Docking and Tie-Down Systems Service
  • Wheelchair and Scooter lifts Service
  • Raised Doors Service

Routine Maintenance

The modifications to your vehicle that make it wheelchair accessible are just as important as the vehicle itself. Without proper care these components can begin to wear and become unreliable. To avoid that from happening, the manufacturers recommend routine preventative maintenance, along with a service inspection be performed to your mobility equipment at least every six months. Our goal is that your mobility vehicle never lets you down or worse, leave you stranded. Routine maintenance will help to ensure that does not happen to you and your equipment.

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