You should also think about any changes in the next five years which could affect the suitability of the vehicle before the end of the lease and consider your ongoing needs and requirements.
It goes without saying, but it’s essential that the wheelchair user is present at the demonstration itself. You’ll want to assess the suitability of the restraints, the comfort of the ride and the entry height – and of course make sure it meets your needs and preferences.
It’s also a good idea to have as many people present as possible who will be using the vehicle to get a feel for the vehicle’s functionality, space and convenience.
Before your demonstration, it is essential that you know the following
Including height, width, depth and weight.
Wheelchair weight can have an effect on the type of wheelchair restraints you will require, which may also impact the type of WAV that will be suitable. Do not worry, our sales team will do all of these calculations for you once we have established your requirements.
If you plan on taking your demonstration to order, you’ll need the following paperwork:
Where you usually park
Take your time over the demonstration and don’t be afraid to ask any questions you may have. If this vehicle isn’t quite right, we’ll try to find another vehicle that is more suited to your needs either from our New or Nearly New range.
If you have any further questions about your upcoming WAV demonstration or just want to find out a bit more, feel free to contact our team on: 01924 442 386
Bristol Street Versa are committed to #KeepingYouGoing with our range of high-quality Wheelchair Accessible Vehicles (WAVs) available both on the Motability scheme and for retail sale. We provide nationwide demos, delivery and service – so wherever you are you can enjoy the comfort and high quality of the Bristol Street Versa conversion. If you require a rear-entry or side-entry WAV, and don’t know where to start, our team of friendly and specialist advisors are on hand to help guide you through the process.