All of Ride-Away's customers have different needs, wants, and abilities, which is why we have many different wheelchair van floor plan options to choose from. There are many factors that also come in to play when deciding on which floor plan will best suit your need. Here are a few of them:
How many people will you need room for in the vehicle?
Who is going to be driving primarily?
Are you going to be purchasing a side-entry or a rear-entry wheelchair van?
What other purposes will you be using the vehicle for?
Below are the different floor plans for side-entry and rear-entry wheelchair vans. To learn more about these wheelchair van floor plan options, please connect with one of our highly knowledgeable Mobility Consultants at your local Ride-Away location by calling 877-659-9414 .
Front seat removed, permitting the wheelchair user to drive.
Front seat removed, enabling wheelchair user to rid in the front passenger position.
All seats in place, allowing the wheelchair user to transfer from their wheelchair/scooter to either the driver or passenger seat.
Both the driver and passenger seat removed, affording space for up to three wheelchair passengers.
With no wheelchair users present, up to five ambulatory passengers can ride in comfort (three seated on rear bench).
Rear bench seat removed for maximum cargo space.
With the addition of an aftermarket bench seat, up to 6 ambulatory passengers, including the driver, are able to ride in comfort. Optional remounting of factory installed quad bucket seats are available. Fully automatic or manual conversion available on Dodge, Chrysler, Chevrolet, Pontiac and Ford.
Rear entry conversion allowing for up to 2 wheelchair users and 4 ambulatory passengers including the driver. Optional remounting of factory installed quad bucket seats if so equipped, otherwise, aftermarket mid-ship bucket seats are available. Fully automatic or manual conversion available on Dodge, Chrysler, Chevrolet, Pontiac and Ford.