Wheelchair Accessible Cars North Wales

Wheelchair Accessible Cars Vehicles North Wales

Wheelchair accessible cars are vehicles converted to accommodate wheelchair users or for those who would like to drive while remaining seated in their own wheelchair, known as drive from wheelchair cars. Wheelchair accessible cars North Wales consists of a huge range from a budget used to a brand new. Popular vehicles from known manufactures include Fiat, Renault, Peugeot and Vauxhall which are converted by and made wheelchair accessible. They are normally fitted with a few features that allow access to the wheelchair car and also assist in ensuring the passengers travel safely. These features are lifts or built-in ramps, seat belts and wheelchair tie downs. There are a few other features that can be purchased and fitted to even improve your driving experience.

Drive from wheelchair cars North Wales that allow you to drive while you are seated in your wheelchair enable you to drive without havign to transfer to the drivers seat. They are normally fitted with custom controls to make your driving as independent as possible.

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Search WAV’s for sale:

The stock feed below is a live feed of used wheelchair accessible vehicles available for sale in the North West 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:

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WAV's currently available for sale in the Wales.

What are the different types of WAV’s?

You may well be new to the world of wheelchair accessible vehicles North Wales and wondering what the different types available are, so here we look at the three main types of disabled vehicles:

Passenger – probably the most common type of adapted vehicle is where the wheelchair user remains seated in their own wheelchair in the rear of the vehicle.

Internal Transfer – access to the car is via a lift or ramp but the wheelchair is then positioned next to an existing seat or the drivers seat so the user can transfer easily.

Drive From Wheelchair – this is exactly as it says, you drive the car from the wheelchair! – access is either from the rear or side of the car and you can move and position right up to the driving position.

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