Wheelchair Accessible & Handicap Vans

<br /> Wheelchair Accessible & Handicap Vans | AMS Vans

We connect you with your destination by offering an unparalleled buying experience, providing innovative and reliable wheelchair accessible conversion vans at affordable prices, and exceeding expectations with world-class delivery and service. In short – pursuing excellence in everything we do. It’s just who we are. Welcome to the AMS Vans family!


Choose from a wide selection of converted vehicles that can be customized to fit your special needs and unique lifestyle.

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Our trained experts will listen to your needs, answer your questions, and guide you through the buying process.

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We pledge transparency in our pricing — and no hidden fees! We also offer in-house financing and also take trade-ins.

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We offer nationwide delivery direct to your driveway with a full vehicle demonstration

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The ADA & Accessible Ground Transportation

The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) applies to both public and private ground transportation providers. The ADA rules that apply to transportation are regulated by the U.S. Department of Transportation.

Overview of Requirements

  • Both public and private organizations must meet ADA requirements: A public entity entering into a contract or agreement with a private entity to operate transportation services must ensure that the private entity meets all ADA requirements for the public entity. Specific requirements for private transportation providers like airport shuttles, hotel shuttles, private buses, and taxis are reviewed later in this document.
  • Rider information: A public transportation system must provide adequate information on services in accessible formats for persons with different types of disabilities (e.g. information in large print, braille or alternative and electronic format).
  • Assistance equipment and accessible features: Equipment and facilities such as lifts, ramps, securement devices (straps for securing wheelchairs on board), signage, and communication
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