Wheelchair Van Conversions
Handicap van conversions manufactured by AMS are as safe, reliable, simple, and low-maintenance as possible. Take advantage of our low price guarantee on the AMS handicap van conversions available for minivans including the Chrysler Town & Country, Dodge Grand Caravan, Volkswagen Routan, and Honda Odyssey. As a highly experienced custom wheelchair van company, we can have a conversion completed in about 3-4 weeks. Nationwide delivery is also available on mobility van conversions for a nominal fee, whether you're buying a model from our inventory or opting for a new or pre-owned modified van. Choose from three different handicap-van conversion models below:
Live life on the Edge! The ADA-compliant, rear-ramp AMS Edge wheelchair van conversion allows the wheelchair user to enter through the back of the minivan into the third-row area, plus it retains the middle-row chairs for ambulatory passenger seating. This Conversion is manufactured with Volkswagen Routan, Chrysler Town and Country, and Dodge Grand Caravan minivans.
Our AMS Edge II Long Channel wheelchair van conversion offers an extra long channel that extends from the rear door of the minivan to directly behind the front seats. AMS creates a space long enough for 2 secured wheelchairs, while still allowing for “middle row” passenger seating. The AMS Edge II handicap van conversion is crash test certified, ADA certified, and available on the Chrysler Town & Country, Dodge Grand Caravan, and Volkswagen Routan minivans.
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Wheelchair Van Conversions by Adaptive Mobility Systems
The AMS conversion process, perfected through years of research, has a history of successfully supplying many of the safest handicapped van conversions in the industry. AMS wheelchair conversion vans, with both the AMS Legend and AMS Edge conversions, are crash-tested for quality assurance.
Newly modified new and used minivans are also available. All used minivans are handpicked and undergo a 125-point inspection before, during and after the conversion process to become certified used vehicles. You can expect great value and affordability with a quality handicapped van conversion by AMS!
Along with installing a wheelchair ramp, AMS lowers the floor 10” and applies an anti-skid surface to it. Other accessibility improvements include a new carpet kit, a new exhaust system, a higher-capacity rear suspension, and we include undercoating and rustproofing on all handicap conversion vans. Additional vehicle modifications depend on the conversion package you choose. Power ramps are standard on the Legend conversion, and you can upgrade the manual ramp on the Edge conversions.
No matter which wheelchair van suits your needs, AMS Vans offers great warranties on the floor and ramp system. In fact, the modifications we make to your vehicle do not void the warranties on the original minivan manufacturer's unmodified portion. We build these mobility vehicles as safe as possible to assure your peace of mind long after the sale. Upon delivery, if you are unhappy with your newly modified ramp van from our inventory for any reason, we'll take it back without hesitation. That's how much we believe in the AMS wheelchair van conversion.
Besides hand controls, driving aids, wheelchair-securement systems, transfer seats, jump seats and other items offered in our mobility equipment, AMS can install leather seats, a power ramp (on Edge conversions), a DVD player and similar necessities or luxuries. Let us know what you want! More often than not, we can do custom installations at your request.
New and Used Wheelchair Vans in Stock
If you're looking for a van already modified with a ramp for accessibility, we have brand-new handicap vans as well as used wheelchair accessible vans with new or used conversions in stock. AMS modifies Honda, Dodge, Chrysler and Volkswagen handicap vans with the utmost in professional workmanship and high standards.
Get ready to adapt your life for the freedom you deserve! For more information on handicap-van conversions, call (800) 775-8267 to speak with a mobility consultant for more information.