WAV stands for Wheelchair Accessible Vehicle. This means you can travel in the vehicle while seat in your wheelchair

What is a Nearly New Wheelchair Accessible Vehicle?

These are Wheelchair Accessible Vehicles people have given back to us after they’ve ended their lease early, so they’ll be up to four years old. They’re all in very good condition, they cost less and we can still adapt them to suit your needs.

They’re a great option for those people who need a Wheelchair Accessible Vehicle quickly, or who need something more affordable. They’re available on a three-year lease, instead of the usual five.

Availability is limited and varies across each Wheelchair Accessible Vehicle supplier, so there might not be a vehicle available to meet your needs. It’s best to discuss this with a Wheelchair Accessible Vehicle supplier first.

Although each Nearly New Wheelchair Accessible Vehicle is quality checked, you should expect some wear consistent with its age.

Learn more about Nearly New Wheelchair Accessible Vehicles

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