New Website About Wheelchair Vans Helps Wheelchair Users Become More Savvy When Dealing with Van Dealerships

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Until now, there were no free online sources available that gave wheelchair users access to critical information that can make them savvy shoppers able to deal with unscrupulous wheelchair van dealerships. Enter http://www.Free-Wheelchair-Van-Buyers-Guide.com/articles.html.

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Let’s face it. Buying a car is a tricky task for most people. Hidden fees, haggling, and getting a lemon are a part of life when it comes to buying a new car. We’ve all seen the TV documentaries revealing the games slick salesmen try to pull on unsuspecting shoppers. Wheelchair users can also be victims of these schemes.

Until now, there were no free online sources available that gave wheelchair users access to critical information that can make them savvy shoppers able to deal with unscrupulous wheelchair van dealerships. Enter http://www.Free-Wheelchair-Van-Buyers-Guide.com/articles.html. It is the brainchild of Allen Wicker. This is a free online resource that offers insider tips, insights and information to the wheelchair user. Information the wheelchair user can use to his or her advantage when it comes to buying a wheelchair van.

For someone confined to a wheelchair, the whole task of buying and maintaining a wheelchair van can be tricky in of itself. That’s because wheelchair vans can be outrageously expensive. Sometimes insurance will pay for the purchase of one, sometimes not according to some experts. More still, depending upon one’s budget, it has to be decided whether an investment in a used wheelchair van would be better than outright buying a new wheelchair van. These are big decisions indeed.

To top this off, if one already has a van, they might even look into the option of doing what’s called a “wheelchair van conversion.” Which is the task of taking a van and literally changing the body structure, including distance of the driver’s seat from the steering wheel, walk room, floor to ceiling distance and more. This task also involves adding on what’s called a “wheelchair lift” which is a device that opens up from the side of the van and helps the wheelchair user into the van.

All sorts of models, versions and styles are available. Thus making the whole ordeal of buying a wheelchair van or simply converting a van into a wheelchair van -- a serious endeavor not to be taken lightly. The new website, http://www.Free-Wheelchair-Van-Buyers-Guide.com/articles.html, might just be the answer many wheelchair users are looking for. This site is continually growing and increasing in popularity, worthy of book marking to your favorites folder.

CONTACT: Allen Wicker 281-384-4132

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