- Multi-Fold Rear Door Mobility Van Ramp
As low as $599.95View More Add to Compare
- Friction tape on ramp for maximum traction
- Available with either 700 or 800 lb capacity
- Folds into a quarter of its size for compact storage
- Rear Door Van Ramp
As low as $1,025.00View More Add to Compare
- Mounts to Floor of Van Inside Doorway
- Easily Operated by One Person
- Durable Welded Construction
- Manual Bi-Fold Van Ramp System
As low as $1,895.00View More Add to Compare
- No hydraulics to fail meaning you can feel secure
- Innovative engineering – supports an amazing 1,000 lbs.
- 4-6 hour install time – much less expensive than alternatives
When transporting a scooter or wheelchair, getting the chair into your vehicle can be a challenge. Van ramps are a simple way to make vehicles, such as SUVs and vans accessible for wheelchairs, scooters, and other mobility aids.
Van ramps come in a variety of sizes and styles. Most van ramps fold up to save space so that they can be easily transported and are readily available to unload the wheelchair or scooter. These ramps are built to be strong and stable but also portable, making them a versatile choice. Many ramps can be used with the back hatch or with the side entrance of a van, giving you a choice of loading locations.
Van ramps pose a major financial advantage, in that they are more affordable than buying a vehicle which is pre-equipped with a ramp system. Additionally, van ramps can mean that you don't have to invest in a vehicle lift, or in its installation. Van ramps can be permanently installed, but they can also be used temporarily and removed from the vehicle whenever they're not needed.
Ramps are generally simple and fast to use. Unfold them, hook them up to the vehicle, and load or unload the scooter or wheelchair. The whole process takes a matter of minutes, and you can fold up the ramps and keep them in your vehicle or in storage until you need them again. Ramps can make many larger vehicles accessible so that transporting a wheelchair or scooter is not an issue.