Wheelchair Accessible Vehicles Preston

We can help you find wheelchair accessible vehicles for sale near Preston.

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Working with the leading dealers across the UK we have access to over 500 used and new cars which have been converted so they are wheelchair or mobility scooter accessible. You can browse through WAV Compare and speak to local specialists with ease using our stock filters and search tools.

Wheelchair accessible vehicles Preston

We can help you find wheelchair accessible vehicles Preston, Lancashire – browse our stock or contact a dealer near you here.

What should I consider?:

  • Where will you want to travel regularly in your vehicle?
  • Will there be a lot of ‘sleeping policemen’ or places that have a height restriction?
  • Will you need to travel in your wheelchair access vehicle every day or only occasionally?
  • Would a vehicle with automatic transmission make driving easier for you (that is, if you intend to drive yourself!)?
  • Would you need a WAV with air conditioning or additional heating? What would your vehicle be used for?
  • Would you be using it for going to the local shops or supermarket, taking the kids to school or for leisure activities?
  • Will you mostly be making journeys locally or using the vehicle for longer trips?
  • Weigh the pros and cons of petrol versus diesel?
  • Where would you park normally?
  • Does the space have a height restriction?
  • Where do you normally park?
  • Are there height restrictions?
  • Will there be enough room behind the wheelchair cars Preston to access the vehicle by a ramp or a lift?
  • Will there be enough room for the ramp to fully extend?
  • If your wheelchair accessible vehicle Preston is fitted with a ramp make sure there will be sufficient space for the ramp to be extended fully.

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Many wheelchair cars available in Lancashire.

It’s worth asking yourself and answering the above before you start your search!

Size of WAVs:

Make sure that your wheelchair will fit in easily. If you are going to need a new one in the next few months/years is it likely to be a bigger one? Ensure that you have plenty of headroom especially if you plan to travel in your wheelchair and not transfer to the driver’s seat. What numbers of people will travel with you regularly? Make sure that there is enough seating to accommodate them. If you have to regularly carry equipment of any sort with you make sure that there is sufficient space for this.

Wheelchair Vehicles Preston