If you are like many, you have probably had your oil changed recently and the tires checked, but when was the last time you had your adaptive and/or accessible equipment serviced? While the safe operation of your vehicle is obviously important, so is the reliability and safe operation of your mobility conversion or equipment. The components that many overlook for routine maintenance until its too late.
It is recommended that you have your wheelchair lift, wheelchair van or handicap van components serviced every six months by a qualified mobility technician. In fact, to keep many of the manufactures warranties intact, there are various schedules that must be addressed. Like anything mechanical in nature, routine inspections for damage, alignment and proper operation are necessary. Electrical components are even more important, as wires could become frayed from improper alignment, wear and tear, and/or maintenance neglect.
If you can't find your warranty that lists the schedule for each piece of equipment, check with us to find out your specific warranty requirements for your vehicle or equipment.

    We offer Service Inspection for Wheelchair Lifts & Commercial Vans!
  • Check overall operating condition (abnormal noises, binding, grinding)
  • Check control pendant (damaged pendent, insulation damage on cable, tightness of connectors)
  • Check electrical wiring (frayed wires, chaffed wires, loose connections)
  • Check vehicle interlock (operation during non-interlock mode)
  • Check hand rails (handrail fasteners are properly tightened)
  • Check lift mounts and support points (free of damage, all sufficiently tightened)
  • Check main lift pivot (traveling frame pins are properly installed, excessive wear, and locked into place)
  • Check inner roll-stop (operation during lift function, and at floor level)
  • Check platform roll-stop (operation upon ground contact)
  • Check hydraulic power unit and hydraulic system (fluid level, visible leaks, back up pump release valve, hydraulic cylinder[s] for leakage
  • Clean and lubricate (clean then lubricate all moving parts, including door tracks and rollers and hinges and OEM door locks)
  • Test battery
  • Clean and check all battery cables and connections (apply anti-corrosive)
  • Check all manual back up systems for proper operations
  • Inspect and test jump or transfer seat operation, check all wiring for proper routing and condition. (clean roller tracks, lubricate all moving parts, check floor tie down bolts)
  • Inspect wheel chair tie-downs manual or power (check belt condition, operation, floor track condition, tie down bolts, operation, remove worn edges on bottom side, safety inter-lock, including emergency release)
  • All interior and external lighting (including third brake light)

    We Also Offer Service Inspections for Wheelchair Accessible Minivans!
  • Check overall operating condition (abnormal noises, binding, grinding)
  • Clean and lube ramp hinges
  • Check tightness of ramp motor bolts /hinge bolts / rivets
  • Lubricate ramp pivot pin and bushings
  • Inspect and lubricate ramp drive arm
  • Operate ramp to ensure proper stow deploy switch adjustment
  • Verify manual operation of ramp
  • Clean door track & floor
  • Ensure drain holes are free of debris (lubricate all door hinges and locks)
  • Check door alignment and insure correct operation
  • Check sliding door harness for damage and proper operation
  • Inspect door operation cables
  • Inspect door full open switch
  • Test battery
  • Check kneel system operation, lubricate kneel chain & rollers
  • Verify operation of conversion with all switches and remotes
  • Check and adjust air tire pressure as posted on "b" pillar
  • Vacuum floor / clean ramp
  • Inspect and test transfer or jump-seat operation Check all wiring for proper routing and condition
  • All interior and external lighting