MoveMobility’s Rear Ramp wheelchair accessible conversion for the Ford Transit is a great option for your organization if you need flexibility for wheelchair and ambulatory passenger transportation.
If you’re worried about increasing costs of running heavily modified buses, anxious about rider discomfort, struggling with declining ridership and program participation, or frustrated with driver complaints or injuries, it may be time to consider the Rear Lift Ford Transit wheelchair van for your program.
Looking for additional options for this model? Click here to learn about more equipment that can be added to this vehicle.
The AutoFloor track system gives you complete control over seat and wheelchair configurations for your vehicle.
The Rear Entry wheelchair van conversion for full size vehicles like the Ford Transit provides flexibility and functionality. All conversions are certified for D409 and CMVSS.
No, the TR Classic does not have a lowered floor or a raised roof. Wheelchair passengers are able to enjoy the view from large windows, instead of being seated below other passengers with limited visibility.
Requirements vary by model of the van, reach out to us to confirm.
The TR Classic accommodates up to 3 wheelchairs, up to 10 ambulatory passengers, or a combination of both. Up to 10 persons can ride in the vehicle at one time.
Wheelchair capacity depends on the size and layout of the chair.
AutoFloor is used in every MoveMobility full size van conversion. It provides you flexibility for seat and wheelchair positions. You can easily accommodate different mobility devices with the ability to move seats around within minutes. Without AutoFloor, you are not able to customize floorplans.
Learn more about AutoFloor on the Resource Centre: What is AutoFloor?
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