Wheelchair Accessible Van
Wheelchair accessible vans encompass a range of vehicles that have been modified to increase the interior size of the vehicle and to equip it with a means of wheelchair entry such as a wheelchair ramp or powered lift to allow access by individuals who are in wheelchairs.
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