Find Latest Chevrolet Wheelchair Vans with Handicap Ramps for Sale

Make the right buying decision on your next chevrolet handicapped conversion van . Get all the handling, quality and conveniences you are after with used chevrolet wheelchair accessible handicap vans for sale in our classifieds. A large amount of handicap van sellers give you the opportunity to find the right chevrolet wheelchair van you need.

2019 CHEVROLET Silverado 1500 4x42016 CHEVROLET Chevrolet Silverado LT

2019 CHEVROLET Silverado 1500 4x4 Wheelchair TRUCK For Sale

2019 Chevrolet Silverado 4x4 RST with ATC conversion, EZ Lock and Hand Controls

  • 5.3 L
  • Manual
  • 4,500 miles

2016 CHEVROLET Chevrolet Silverado LT Wheelchair TRUCK For Sale

2016 Chevy Silverado 1500 Setup for Driver

  • 5.3 Liter V8
  • Auto
  • 35,415 miles

2011 CHEVROLET Silverado Wheelchair TRUCK For Sale

This truck is a great vehicle that set up specifically for a
handicapped/disabled person. It is extremely clean inside and out
and is rust free. It has been very well maintained, runs and drives

  • 5.3L V8 Flex Fuel
  • Auto
  • 138,115 miles

2014 CHEVROLET Silverado Wheelchair TRUCK For Sale

Wheelchair conversion Chevy Silverado, low miles, excellent
maintenance, 1 owner. Lots of extras

  • 4.3L V6 ECOTEC3
  • Auto
  • 27,000 miles

2012 CHEVROLET Silverado 1500 Wheelchair TRUCK For Sale

Very hard to find Wheelchair Accessible truck! Clean, well kept, with
great miles!!! EZ-Lock, and Hand controls!!

  • 5.3L Vortec V8
  • Auto
  • 27,362 miles

2003 CHEVROLET Venture Wheelchair MINI VAN For Sale

2003 Chevrolet Venture With Rear Entry Power Ramp & Low Mileage.
Call Garrett at 740-852-2330 for more details!

  • 6cyl, 3.5L 184 hp
  • Auto
  • 44,816 miles

2007 CHEVROLET Uplander Wheelchair MINI VAN For Sale

Braun Entervan equipped. Have all manuals and service records

  • V- 6
  • Auto
  • 98,250 miles



  • Auto
  • 70,313 miles

2014 CHEVROLET Silverado 1500 Wheelchair TRUCK For Sale

This Silverado is in great condition and has low miles at 11,416! It
comes with a mobility chair and interchangeable passenger seat. This
is an LTZ trim and is loaded with ever feature Chevy has!

  • 5.3 V8
  • Auto
  • 11,416 miles

2013 CHEVROLET Silverado Wheelchair TRUCK For Sale

Seat removable for wheelchair access.

  • 2500
  • Auto
  • 9,148 miles

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More On Chevrolet Wheelchair Vans

It is difficult to determine when the first Chevrolet wheelchair vans were created. In this article you will get to know what you need about Chevrolet Wheelchair vans. Throughout the years, people have found ways of using vans in one way or another to transport people with disabilities that were wheelchair bound, using ramps and straps to put people into a van as well as secure them for travel. With need comes innovation, and inventors and automobile designers have stepped forward to make travel easier for the handicapped person. In years past, it was thought that a person in a wheelchair could not safely drive a vehicle. However, with the use of hand levers and push button technology, handicapped people are now able to safely control a vehicle allowing them more freedom to travel without assistance.

Chevrolet handicap vans have grown in popularity, with features ranging from manual ramps and lifts to fully electronic lifts used by assisted living facilities and other medical facilities and taxi services in order to accommodate the handicapped. Chevrolet accessible vans are used throughout the world in providing mobility in both the private sector as well as in commercial use. With newer technology available, some crossover automobiles are also available for use by the handicapped, with some necessary revisions in the basic design of the vehicles.

For example, most handicapped people that drive Chevrolet wheelchair accessible vans prefer a side entry with an electronic or hydraulic lift system for entering and exiting the vehicle in very little time, without the risk of being behind the vehicle posing the threat of being struck by another vehicle in the area as well as being able to exit the vehicle on a sidewalk without the barrier of curb. Most also prefer lifts as opposed to ramps for more control in entering and exiting the vehicle, preventing accidental loss of grip on ramp rails that causes a high speed exit that overshoots the sidewalk or exit area possibly resulting in injury.

In addition to the lifts and ramps available in the customizations of Chevrolet wheelchair vans, there are special clamps and belts to secure wheelchairs both in the back of the van as well as both front seating areas, with regular seats that can be removed or added for non-handicapped people, allowing versatile use of the vans while still providing safety for all of the occupants regardless of abilities. With more attention given to handicapped people in recent years, the customizations provided for their vans has become more affordable, with the vehicles being of comparable cost to vehicles without the customizations.

About Chevrolet Wheelchair Minivans

The Chevrolet Venture wheelchair minivan is Chevrolet’s answer for handicapped individuals who still want to lead active and independent lives. Equipped with cruise control and power steering, not to mention four wheel disk brakes and bucket seats, the 2005 Venture is designed specifically to make mobility available to the wheelchair bound, having to move in a wheelchair no longer means being limited to the confines of the house. The Venture allows full outdoor mobility anywhere you go.

The Chevrolet Venture is designed to open itself up to any kind of modifications needed by any handicapped user. Built-in features that make it a good option for wheelchair users include dual sliding doors, power doors, wheelchair ramp and auto door features. That is just for the exteriors. Interior features tailored to wheelchair users include remote entry, rear bench seats and removable seating, including a removable driver’s seat.

Tips for Selecting the Right Chevrolet Wheelchair Van for Your Needs

Although most users prefer using brand new Chevrolet wheelchair vans there are some instances where a used Chevrolet accessible minivan offers the perfect mix of dependability and cost. Top factors to look at when selecting the right Chevrolet accessible vehicle include the amount of modifications already present, the present condition of the car, maintenance history, the presence of past problems with the vehicle, and the total mileage on the minivan. How the vehicle was used will determine its present condition and will give the buyer a clue on how many years the vehicle has left. For example, a Chevrolet commercial wheelchair van is bound to have more miles on it compared to one that was used purely for personal purposes.

Chevrolet wheelchair vans offer many benefits for handicapped drivers. Aside from giving them more mobility outside of the home, Chevrolet handicap vans free the person from his or her dependence on others. As long as the van is fitted with the right modification and the proper auto maintenance is done, these Chevrolet conversion vans will continue to serve independent handicapped individuals for years to come.

What Do I Need to Consider when Choosing the Best Chevrolet Wheelchair Van for My Needs?

There are state regulations on wheelchair vans that all vehicles need to have in order to be safe for handicapped users. However, not everyone knows the ins and outs of vehicle conversion, safety, and adaptive technologies. The best way to determine what is needed when shopping for the right Chevrolet wheelchair minivan is to get the help of an evaluator, a professional who can help choose the right vehicle after he or she has performed a comprehensive test on the user’s physical skills and capacities. Tests on muscle strength, range of motion, coordination, reaction time, and overall ability to control adaptive equipment will determine what modifications can be applied on the wheelchair van.

How Best to Maintain and Service Your Chevrolet Wheelchair Van

Regular maintenance is necessary for any vehicle, and more so for a vehicle with modifications such as the Chevrolet Venture wheelchair minivan. Monitoring when oil change is needed and when the car is due for a tune up are just some of the responsibilities of individuals who own Chevrolet wheelchair vans. Owners need to know what services are needed by their Chevrolet mobility vans and when these services are needed. This can be done by keeping a car maintenance checklist, which is useful for identifying regular scheduled tasks such as checking tire pressure, regular changes for engine oil and transmission fluids and coolant, for example. The modifier may also give users a checklist or a schedule for regular inspections of modified equipment to ensure that modifications remain safe.

Finally, it is always a good idea to fix problems the moment they arise. Minor problems can become more serious and end up costing more in repairs in the end. Experts also recommend bringing the car to a professional garage every year for a check-up. Aside from doing the routine checks, the garage can also check on the safety levels of all modifications done on the minivan. All these can help increase the life of the car and keep costly problems at bay.

How Chevrolet Wheelchair Vans Enhance Mobility Access

The Chevrolet wheelchair vans offer many enhancements in mobility for the disabled driver and passenger. Most people prefer to move on their own, including people who have to move around using wheelchairs. When it comes to mobility outside of the house, Chevrolet handicapped vans give users a little bit of independence without having to rely too much on family members or outside help to drive them from one place to another.

The use of a reliable Chevrolet accessible minivan like the Venture also gives the user more independence from the schedules of others. Handicapped people often have to wait on family members who are tasked with the job of taking them around. This means following another person’s time and schedules. Being able to drive Chevrolet accessible vans allows handicapped individuals to follow their own schedules, go to work on their own, perform errands, or simply enjoy driving around on their own time without having to wait for anyone.