It is hard to rely on family and friends to help you with your daily errands. What do you do when you have to take an out of town trip, too? Prevailing upon others for a ride everywhere can leave you feeling needy and trapped. Don't allow yourself to feel that way! You can begin a search for accessible vehicles that will give you that sense of freedom that you crave.
The first thing you should do is to make a list of the mobility products that you would like to have in your accessible vehicle. There are dozens from which to choose, including tie-downs, locking mechanisms, hand controls, transfer seats, and electric wheelchair lifts. You can then decide if you would like base models or upgrade to easily used electric versions. By upgrading, you can expect to add to the cost of your vehicle, but there are ways to control the cost for your budgeting needs.
Finding Financing for Accessible Vehicles
Once you have decided on the type of vehicle that you desire, whether it be a sport utility vehicle, a minivan, or a full-size conversion fan, you can contact one of our sales agents for a test drive. Be sure to convey all of the mobility products that you wish to have so that your salesperson can provide the best possible choices for you.
Deciding on the financing terms can really make the vehicle more affordable for you. There are extended terms available that can lower your monthly payments, which may help your new vehicle to fit into your monthly budget. By lowering monthly payments, you may also find that you can afford to upgrade more of the accessories. Don't forget to check out the possible used vehicles, too, because this can take thousands of dollars off the final price.