Triple S Manual Rear Entry Chrysler Wheelchair Vans
All Manual Rear Entry Chrysler wheelchair vans are fully ADA Compliant and offer reliable manual operation wheelchair access through the rear of your Chrysler minivan. Not only will you get the most reliable conversion available but you will also save thousands over power wheelchair conversions.
Warranty With Every New Triple S Rear Entry Conversion
Standard on all new Manual Rear Entry Chrysler wheelchair vans is a 7yr/70,000 warranty for ultimate peace of mind. Designed to eliminate common problems with power conversion to offer the most reliable rear entry Chrysler wheelchair van by Triple S Mobility.
Rear Entry Manual Folding Ramp
Constructed of high strength aluminum and powder coated with anti-skid materials for safe traction in all climates. Stows at the rear of the van below the window allowing for full visibility out all windows.
The manual rear entry Chrysler has a lowered floor from the rear bumper forward to just behind the driver and passenger seats allowing the widest wheelchair comfortable room to be secured for the ride. With the new lowered floor in place, taller wheelchair users will have maximum head room to have typical visibility while traveling down the road.
Wheelchair Tie Downs
In the event the wheelchair user will remain in the chair for transportation, you will need to secure the wheelchair with tie downs in four points to safely secure both the individual and wheelchair. The manual rear entry Chrysler comes standard with L track pods capable of securing tie downs for the wheelchair. Auto-retractable tie downs come standard with all vans and we also offer power tie downs as options. No matter the style you choose, Triple S Mobility's first concern is safety and a full demonstration of both proper and non-proper methods is reviewed during your research and revisited at the time of delivery.
Flexible Floor Plans
These manual rear entry Chrysler wheelchair vans offer the most versatile positions for wheelchair users and able body passengers. They are capable of supporting two wheelchairs with two able body passengers and can be easily re-configured with jump seating to allow for seating for up to six when not having a wheelchair user traveling along.