AMS Vans covers a wide range of mobility equipment products for handicap vans, wheelchair accessible vehicles and even cars and trucks that have not been modified for accessibility. Mobility products for handicapped accessible vans include hand controls, single or double jump seats, gas/brake pedal extensions, wheelchair tie downs, and more as accessible technology brings the future into reality. Here are some helpful articles that explain the different mobility equipment options and more.
Am I Eligible to Drive with My Disability?
Having a medical condition or disability does not necessarily mean you can't or won't be allowed to drive. Most states subject people with disabilities to a standard battery of tests, so when they pass these certifications they're allowed to drive.
Disability Aids and Mobility Aids for Wheelchair Accessibility
Disability and mobility aids include a wide range of assistive technology designed to address specific areas of immobility resulting from an injury or a disability.
Extension Controls for Hand Control Systems
Multiple extensions are available for adding to hand controls to customize the vehicle to your needs.
Find foot controls and guards for brakes/accelerators to help make your vehicle accessible.
Hand Controls FAQ for Drivers With Disabilities
Frequently asked questions about Hand Controls for drivers with disabilities.
Adaptive Driving Steering Controls
Steering controls attach to the steering wheel, allowing the driver to turn their handicap van with ease. There are many different types of these controls, or hand controls, that are able to accommodate drivers with disabilities.
Wheelchair Lifts vs. Ramps on Accessible Vehicles
Should you buy a Wheelchair Lift or a Ramp for your handicap van? In today's accessible world, there are many options when deciding how you will get around town. It's important to invest in the right wheelchair lift or ramp for your needs and desires for both now and in the future.
When Were Wheelchairs Invented and How Have They Changed?
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