A manual ramp is just that. It is a low-angled ramp which is deployed and stowed by hand. They’re usually used on smaller vehicles. Manual ramps normally stand-up next to the tailgate when not in use, but can sometimes be upgraded to fold-flat into the WAV if the wheelchair user is not travelling. Many customers find this really useful as it creates a large boot space. Our vehicles with manual ramps are:
Many councils require a car to be wheelchair accessible to allow it to be licensed as a taxi. We have several vehicles in our range suitable as a wheelchair accessible cab, both providing wheelchair access but also the ever-important good number of rear seats and luggage space.