Conversion Van FAQs
No. We are registered with NHTSA as an approved “modifier”, so our conversions do not void factory warranty. Think of your conversion van as your same vehicle, with an upgrade.
Absolutely not. In fact a wheelchair converted van holds it’s value far better than a stock one, due to it’s special functionality.
There is NO sales tax if you are not a Georgia resident. If you are, we only collect for material costs while the labor portion is NOT taxable because Georgia law does not charge sales tax on labor.
Yes. In fact you can write off the entire expense of your conversion in one year as a medical expense.
Yes. Our floor pan is far stronger than the original and over the years we have had numerous customers that have faired far better in crashes in one of our converted vans than they would have in an OEM van.
No. They all require that you send the van through one of their “authorized” dealers which will also add $5,000-$9,000 mark-up to your conversion price.
We have many mobility shops around the country that we have good relationships with (see Service Locations on our website). Call our warranty and parts dept FIRST and we will direct you to the closest service center and send them whatever parts might be necessary.
By starting with your or another pre-owned van and having Adaptive convert it at our factory direct price, you will certainly lose a lot less than you would on a “New” Handicap van from another of the large manufacturers. Your selling price will be far more reasonable than comparable vans from other companies.
Yes. We are not owned by a private equity firm nor a multinational giant. We are a family owned business, currently with three generations working here. All committed to being a blessing to people who need a safe, reasonably priced alternative to the overpriced wheelchair vans offered by most companies today.