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Posted in General News on Thursday, December 20th, 2018

Purchasing wheelchair accessible vehicles (WAV) second-hand will save you thousands, however many disabled drivers aren’t aware that there is a large market for used wheelchair access vehicles available. Most drivers don’t know where to look as many car dealerships don’t sell such vehicles.

Large range of high quality mobility vehicles

The good news is that the Vic Young car dealership in South Shields is a specialist in wheelchair accessible vehicles for the North East of England. As such, they hold a large range of high quality used mobility vehicles to choose from.

You can view all the used wheelchair accessible vehicles they have available on sale here.

Finalist for ‘Converter of the year 2018’

Adding further credibility to the Vic Young dealership is the fact that their conversions department (the part of the business that converts automobiles into wheelchair accessible vehicles) was a finalist for ‘Converter of the year 2018’, and is an official Motability converter partner. It’s worth noting that Managing Director Vic Young is a Chartered Automobile Engineer who has managed the production of WAV’s for 40 years and has customers that have come to him from all over the country.

The price of all Vic Young used vehicles includes:

  • Service (Oil change, replacement of fuel filter, oil filter and air filter)
  • A 12 month MOT (if needed)
  • 6 month tax (if needed)
  • Full Valet
  • 12 month Part and Labour Warranty - with the option to extend
  • £40 Fuel
  • No obligation home demo available


Individual bespoke solutions

Vic Young Conversions have completed a wide range of bespoke adaptations to mobility vehicles, giving those with limited freedom of movement to travel with ease.

If you are looking for a good quality second hand wheelchair access vehicle you can view the available selection Vic Young have available by clicking here.

If you are wanting a brand new custom built mobility vehicle then you can submit an enquiry form on their website. 

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