Wheelchair Accessible Vehicles UK.

Wheelchair Accessible Cars Birmingham

Wheelchair Accessible Vehicles commonly referred to as WAVs are cars that have been converted to carry a wheelchair passenger or allow a wheelchair user to drive while on their wheelchair. Most of the Wheelchair Accessible Vehicles Birmingham are converted to allow someone to drive while on their wheelchair. However, we have some wheelchair cars Birmingham that have been converted just to accommodate a wheelchair passenger. WAV's are no different from normal cars from the outside but on the inside they have features that give a wheelchair user access to the vehicle. It has always been hard to choose a adapted access car due to many external factors money being one.

Wheelchair cars have many features that can make your driving easy and at the same time safe. Some even have custom controls to improve your driving experience. Not all features come with the original WAV, most of them may need to be purchased so that they could be fitted in your WAV and make your driving experience even more awesome. However, not all of the features are really necessary as the WAV itself is more than enough to improve your driving experience. You should always do some research before purchasing a particular Wheelchair access car Birmingham since not just any WAV can suit your needs best.  Most of our customers have had to learn the hard way when they ended up buying the wrong WAV without doing some research.


We cover all areas of WAV's...

Used Vehicles.



New & Motability.



Car Hire.

The stock feed below is a live feed of used wheelchair accessible vehicles available for sale in the Midlands from the leading WAV trade dealers and private sellers - free home demonstrations and delivery is available on most vehicles - or find a local dealer to visit in person.

WAV's for sale below -
browse, search and filter the stock below - click any vehicle to contact dealer direct and make an enquiry:

Renault Kangoo Fiat Doblo Citroen Berlingo Peugeot Partner Private Sellers

Kia Sedona Citroen Dispatch Renault Trafic Renault Master More Makes and Models
 

It is always good to have a list of the things that are important when looking for a WAV. WAVs have been classified as small, medium and large depending on their distinctive features. When choosing a WAV always think about what size your wheelchair is, size of your luggage, and the number of people you normally travel with. These key factors will help you determine which WAV is most suitable for you. 

Small Wheelchair cars are most suitable if you have a small wheelchair, small luggage and normally travel with not more than 4 passengers. They are normally fitted with a ramp to get the wheelchair user some access to the vehicle. With their lowered floor they give the user the much needed headroom to get in and out of the vehicle

If you normally carry 4 or more individuals or travel with some luggage or have a slightly larger wheelchair then the most suitable WAV for you is the medium WAV. Most of these WAVs are fitted with a ramp but we have got a few with lifts. These WAVs can accommodate up to seven people at a time.

If you travel with a lot of equipments, have a large wheelchair or carry a lot of passengers frequently then a large wheelchair access cars Birmingham is best suited for you. They are normally fitted with either a lift or ramp to allow access to the vehicle.

Fully accessible adapted used vehicles.


Birmingham is a city that is found in the West Midlands of England. It is the most populous city outside London in the United Kingdom. The birth of the city can be traced back to the 18th century when it started as a medium sized market town in the West Midlands. It was during the industrial revolution that the city grew to become a major economic center as it was forefront in the developments in economic organization, science and technology.  With numerous industries having been started in the city at the time, it was regarded as the 1st manufacturing urban center in the globe. Birmingham is currently an important conference, events, retail and transport center. It is the largest commercial center in the West Midlands.

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