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Maintaining Your Car

When it comes to keeping your car beautiful, I have never been a pro. About six years ago, I realized that my car was falling apart, and I needed to do something if I wanted to keep driving it. I started focusing heavily on making sure that things stayed in top condition, and it really made a powerful difference. I took some time to clean out the car's interior and sort out the engine trouble, and within a few weeks my car was running a lot better. This blog is all about learning how to look after your car and protecting your investments.


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Looking To Purchase A Handicap Van? 3 Questions You Should Ask Yourself When Selecting The Right One For You

If you or a member of your family uses a wheelchair, a handicap van can make it easier to get around. The van often features ramps, lifts and other features that make it easier to load an individual who uses a wheelchair into the vehicle in, and vans have enough the space so that the individual can remain in their wheelchair while being transported. If you are looking for a handicap van, there are many factors that you need to consider. Here are three questions to ask yourself to help guide you to the van that best fits you or a loved one's needs. 

1. Do You Want a New or Used Handicap Van? 

One of the first questions that you need to answer is whether you are looking to buy a new handicap van or a used one. For many people, this simply comes down to how much they can afford to spend on a handicap van. If you have a limited budget, buying used may better fit within your budget. However, if you are able, there are many benefits to buying new. You can customize the van to ensure it has the features you want, and you are guaranteed a brand new vehicle that does not have any issues with it. 

2. How Much Space Do You Need? 

Another important question to answer is how much space you are going to need in the van. Are you looking to transport one handicap individual, or are you looking to transport a whole family and/or medical equipment for the handicapped person as well? Handicap vans are available in minivan styles, as well as full van styles. Determining what you are transporting will help you determine what size van you need to be looking at. 

3. What Features Are Most Important to You? 

The last factor that you need to consider is which features are most important to you in a handicap van. Are you looking for an electric wheelchair lift or do you want a manual ramp? Is the individual who used a wheelchair driving? If so, hand controls may need to be installed. Always consider what features are available in a handicap van and then select the ones that most appeal to you to ensure the van meets everyone's needs. 

Buying a handicap van is a big purchase. These vans are typically much more expensive than a regular van. As such, you need to carefully weigh your options and ensure that the van you are buying best meets your needs as well as the disabled person you may be transporting in the van. Paying close attention to the above questions will help you find the van that best meets everyone's needs.