Mobility needs differ from customer to customer, and so should their mobility solutions. How do you know what's the best mobility van for you? Visit your nearest Clock Mobility for answers to all of your questions concerning handicap vans and wheelchair lifts in Michigan.
Designed and engineered for the best in safety and reliability for a side entry minivan, it's really no wonder the Chrysler/Dodge Entervan has been the star of the BraunAbility fleet in Michigan for over 20 years. This classic mobility van’s wheelchair ramp is easy to operate and offers a spacious interior for greater maneuverability. Adaptive equipment like hand controls and scooter lifts are easily installed. The Entervan features a lowered floor from in front of the driver and passenger seats to the rear bench seat, power fold-out ramp, power auto-kneel system, lowered driver side sliding door sill, easy-out front passenger and drive seats under carriage spare tire storage and more.
The Entervan XT is the perfect mobility van for individuals who sit higher in their wheelchairs. With over 56" of clearance through the sliding door - a full four inches more than the standard Entervan - this conversion makes it easier for many passengers to use the wheelchair lift safely and comfortably. Up to 61" of interior clearance provides extra headroom and greater visibility. With the lowest ramp angle offered, the Entervan XT is also a great handicap van for manual wheelchair users who need a lower ramp angle to get into a vehicle. A convenient fold-down footrest gives backseat passengers a more comfortable ride too.
Companion Van SE (Side Entry):
The Companion Van SE offers the accessibility of a traditional lowered-floor mobility van in a streamlined, economical package. With a manual door and manual ramp, these ramp vans are a great choice for wheelchair users who travel with an attendant. This SE features a lowered floor from the rear bench seat to just behind the front seat allowing space for one wheelchair. Both front seats and the rear bench seat are retained, allowing seating for up to four ambulatory adults with one wheelchair secure position in the center lowered floor area. Hand controls, scooter lifts and other adaptive equipment is also easy to install in this wheelchair van. If you're looking for a budget-friendly solution for your mobility, this innovative conversion could be the answer.
The Toyota Sienna with BraunAbility's Rampvan Conversion offers wheelchair accessible travel in one of the safest, most dependable handicap vans on Michigan roads today. The Rampvan's lightweight aluminum side-entry ramp is available in both in-floor and fold-out options. This popular conversion features an automatic kneeling system which lowers the rear suspension and allows for a gentle ramp slope, a lowered floor from in front of the driver and passenger seats to the rear bench seat, easy-out front passenger and drive seats. The Rampvan offers a door height of 54" and an interior height of 59". The Toyota chassis is also the widest mobility van on the market making it a great vehicle for anyone who drives in their wheelchair with hand controls or who rides in their wheelchair in the front right position.
The Honda Odyssey has been praised by experts and loyal customers for its design and maneuverability. The Odyssey is the only minivan on the road with a rear independent suspension. With only minor suspension modifications, this is the smoothest-riding conversion on the market. With 60'' from the rear wall to the front seats and 60'' between the b-pillars, the Odyssey offers the most floor space and maneuverability of an comparable wheelchair van. The Odyssey offers a 54-3/8'' door opening height and an interior height of 59-1/2''.
Mobility needs differ from customer to customer, and so should their mobility solutions. How do you know what's the best solution for you? Visit your nearest Clock Mobility for answers to all of your questions.