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Pick-up Locations in Arizona
Wheelers has locations throughout Arizona. Meeting the needs of the community. Not seeing the location you need? Please fill out our contact form and let us know the city you would like to rent from. We will contact you shortly and do our best to fulfill your needs!
Located just southeast of Phoenix, this pick-up location offers wheelchair-accessible van rentals in Chandler, AZ, and the surrounding area.
2190 W Chandler Blvd
Chandler, AZ 85224
*Delivery available to surrounding areas.
Wheelers proudly serves Glendale, AZ. Located just outside of Pheonix, this location delivers to the Phoneix Sky Harbor Airport and other surrounding areas.
6691 W Thunderbird Rd
Glendale, AZ 85306
*Delivery available to Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport surrounding areas.
This location provides handicap-accessible van rentals in Scottsdale and its surrounding areas. This location offers deliveries to Scottsdale Airport.
10220 N 90th St
Scottsdale, AZ 85258
*Delivery to Scottsdale Airport and surrounding areas.
Wheelers offers handicap-accessible van pickup, drop-off, and delivery options near Mesa, AZ. This location offers rental deliveries to Mesa Gateway Airport.
319 S Power Rd
Mesa, AZ 85206
*Delivers to Mesa Gateway Airport and surrounding areas.
Wheelers offers handicapped accessible van rentals in Tucson, AZ. This location provides deliveries to the Tucson Airport and surrounding areas.
ADE Industries, Inc
3621 S Palo Verde Rd
Tucson, AZ 85713
*Delivers to Tucson Airport and surrounding areas.
“Great customer service the vehicle was very spacious inside easy to maneuver love the passenger removal seat option so I can pull the wheelchair into that space and plenty of safety straps I will be renting from them again.”
“We recently had a van delivered to Scottsdale directly to our home there. We called on 4/6/2019 for a rental needed the same day and needing it to be delivered because of mobility issues with my husband being an amputee. The owner Ron was already on a delivery to Tucson and unable to bring to us as we requested and NEEDED. We spoke with a very kind, and informative CSA and she told us rest assured she would make this delivery and rental happen for us EVEN if she had to send her husband to deliver it to us. Well the woman’s husband showed up at our home to deliver the van to us with ALL 3 of his kids in the van (talk about multi tasking), his name was Robert. Robert went over the vehicle with myself and my wife and did the check out with us, he also showed us how to properly pull the manual ramp out and access the inside with my scooter. I am a disabled vet amputee and they also gave me a 10% Veteran discount because of this. Wonderful Company, Wonderful People, Hands down the best experience I have had with getting a vehicle of any type for my transport needs and I have a picture with Robert and his wife to prove it! Thank you again Wheeler’s and know I will be back!”
“Great experience from beginning to end the van was new and clean, the staff was helpful and great to my family!! We will be back.”
Frequently Asked Questions
What You'll Need
To rent a wheelchair van, you will need:
- To be at least 23 years of age
- Hold a valid US driver’s license
- Be able to meet and provide proof of our required minimum coverage levels of collision and comprehensive auto insurance
- Have a valid credit card
INSTRUCTIONS ON HOW TO RENT A WHEELERS VAN
It’s so easy. You can follow the website to get a quote and to make your reservation online, or you can give us a call at 800-456-1371 or 623-776-8830 and make your reservation for any of our locations nationwide. If you have a question or two and want to just get a quick answer, you can also email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
What’s your daily mileage policy?
150 free miles per day is included in your rental. Any overage is at .35 cents per extra mile or .50 cents a mile if going out of state or more than 250 miles away from your rental location. With a max of 2000 miles a month.
Do you deliver?
Yes, Wheelers delivers to most major airports and local locations of your choice. All Wheelers deliveries are done by a third party and are subject to additional fees and availability.
How Long Can I rent?
We rent by the day, week, weekend, and month. A minimum of one day may be required at select locations. The longer you rent the cheaper the base rate (restrictions apply). All reservations that include a holiday require a 3-day minimum rental.
What types of vans are available?
We supply Dodge Grand Caravans and MV-1s at most locations across the country – availability will determine which van is assigned to you. Should you have a preference, please call Wheelers at least a week before your rental to ensure we can accommodate your request.
Do you have insurance? Can I purchase Insurance?
All renters are required to have full coverage insurance that covers rental vehicles. We do offer liability waivers for additional coverage; however, we do not offer these waivers in the following states:
California, Massachusetts, New York, Nevada, Texas.
All international customers are required to purchase both waivers.
Will an electric scooter fit in the vans?
Most standard electric scooters fit in both our MV-1 and Dodge models. However, it is the responsibility of the renter to ensure the van meets the requirements of their equipment. Dimensions of our vehicles can be provided upon request.
What is the cancellation policy?
You may cancel your reservation at any time.
Local Pick Up: When cancelling a local pick up reservation cancelling with more than 2 days prior to the start date all fees will be returned. Cancelling 2 days or less than the start date no refund is provided, but a credit* of rental fees minus $100.
Delivery Reservations: Cancelling more than 3 days prior to the start date of your reservation will result in a full refund of the rental fees. Cancelling 3 days or less will result in a credit* of rental fees minus a $100 fee.
Any Reservation that includes a Major Holiday is noncancellable and no credit will be provided for the reservation in its entirety.
*Credits are good up to 1 year from reservation start date at any corporate location.
How can I pay?
We accept Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and Amex. Payment is due at time of booking.
Can I take my Van One-Way?
Yes, Wheelers does allow one-way travel. However, minimums apply and a return fee may be applied. Please contact our office for further details.
Can I take my van outside of the U.S.?
At this time under NO circumstances are our vans allowed to leave the U.S. By doing so it may result in loss of deposit and other fees.
How much does it cost to rent a van?
Wheelers rates vary based on location and time of year. However, our rates include daily, weekly, and monthly rates. Needing it only for a weekend? No problem! We have weekend rates to suit your needs too! We also price match guarantee! Make sure you get the best rate possible! Call our associates to hear all of the current promotions and pricing or simply click here to request a quote.
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Arizona is the 48th state to be admitted into the United States of America and was the last of the contiguous states to gain statehood. It is the 6th largest state and the 14th most populous. Before the modern era, Arizona was inhabited by many ancient Native American civilizations. Modern-day Arizona is home to 27 federally recognized Native American tribes, including the Navajo Nation which is the largest tribe in the United States. Arizona is known for its unique geological and ecological features. There are 24 National Park Service (NPS) units. NPS units include Arizona National Parks, National Monuments, and National Recreation Areas, including the Grand Canyon National Park– one of the seven natural wonders of the world. Due to the state’s large size and varying elevations, Arizona has many different localized climate conditions. At lower elevations, you’ll find desert climates with mild winters and hot summers, while high elevations in the northern third of the state offer colder winters and more mild summers. The state is well connected via interstate highways, with I-17 and I-19 traveling north-south and I-8, I-10, and I-40 traveling east-west.
Arizona’s Top Wheelchair-friendly Tourist Attractions
1. Grand Canyon
The Grand Canyon is one of Arizona’s premier tourist attractions that offers some options and accommodations for visitors with disabilities. Hiking in the Grand Canyon, on its steep and rocky trails may be challenging for individuals with specific disabilities to navigate. The Bright Angel trail and the North Kaibab Trail are the smoothest trails and– for the adventurous– offer the most wheelchair-accessible descents. All shuttle buses in the park can accommodate wheelchairs up to 30 inches wide and 48 inches long and offer a ramp for easy boarding and deboarding. Driving around the canyon rim is an accessible activity for everyone. Desert View Drive, along the south rim, offers four wheelchair-accessible overlooks. Travelers with disabilities can request accessibility permits at the park’s entrance gates which allow them to drive on roads usually closed to private vehicles like Hermit Road. Unlike some of the old buildings built before accessibility regulations, the Grand Canyon Visitor Center is fully wheelchair accessible and has a paved walkway to Mather Point.
Sedona is a tourist location known for its beautiful red rock formations. Many of these formations are visible from scenic highways and accessible viewpoints where you can pull off, take pictures, and enjoy the scenery. Sedona offers many trails to hike, and a few are wheelchair friendly. Oak Creek Trail is a 1.3-mile trail that is almost barrier-free; there are only three sections that may require some assistance. For this reason, all-terrain tires are recommended. The parking lot is paved and has one van-accessible, designated space with striped access aisles.
Bell Rock Pathway is another trail considered wheelchair accessible, however, this trail is a moderately difficult route. It is a 2.8 mile out and back trail with a natural surface of dirt, sand, and rocks. The most accessible portion of the trail is the first 1.2 miles, where the grade is mostly gentle. After 1.2 miles, there are steep grades that may require assistance. There is at least 1 designated accessible space in the paved parking lot off of 179 at the south end of the trail. It is van-accessible with striped access aisles.
3. Downtown Phoenix
Downtown Phoenix is a tourist destination that offers a wide variety of ADA-compliant attractions and accommodations. The city provides many barrier-free urban paths, nature walks, and hiking trails like the Desert Botanical Garden, Rio Salado Habitat Restoration Area, and the Judith Tunell Accessible trail. Phoenix also offers unique indoor recreational activities with Ability360. This one-of-a-kind facility offers adaptive gym equipment, an ultra-accessible pool, a rock climbing wall with accommodations that can host most anyone, and a collection of sport and activity-specific wheelchairs. In addition to these year-round facilities, Phoenix hosts a variety of seasonal and temporary activities like art walks, music festivals, and sporting events. Getting around the city is made easy through the Valley Metro Rail service, which connects 38 stations around the 28-mile system. Every Valley Metro Rail vehicle is accessible to riders using wheelchairs or other mobility devices.
4. Old Town Scottsdale
Old Town Scottsdale is the downtown area of Scottsdale that offers boutique shopping, art and jewelry, luxury shopping, museums, and a variety of dining and nightlife. Old Town Scottsdale has of the largest malls in the country, the Scottsdale Fashion Square, which offers indoor, wheelchair-accessible shopping. Old Town Scottsdale also hosts the weekly Scottsdale Art Walk. This tradition is hosted every Thursday evening and is a time when all member galleries open their doors to the public and showcase art from local artists to the public. The art walk takes place in the Scottsdale art district along Main street. Participants proceed at their own pace, past gallery storefronts, in a beautifully decorated area downtown.
5. Town of Bisbee
Photo credt: https://www.discoverbisbee.com/
Bisbee is an old mining town founded in 1880. The town was built into the side of a mountain so many of the streets are narrow and can be steep. Despite this, Bisbee still offers wheelchair-accessible tourism activities. Main Street Bisbee is reasonably level to allow for window shopping and sightseeing. Many of the shops and restaurants downtown are wheelchair accessible. The Bisbee Museum grants wheelchair access through a side door, so someone must first check in at the front desk, but it offers a look into the town’s history as a mining town. The famous Bisbee Mercantile building contains many shops and a nice restaurant and coffee shop. The historical building was updated and is wheelchair accessible, including a large commercial elevator to the second floor and an accessible public restroom.
About Wheelers Accessible Van Rentals
Wheelers Accessible Van Rentals are a pioneering handicap rental van company that offers safe, comfortable, and accessible transportation throughout the United States. Wheelers has seven locations in Arizona that provide vehicles on-demand by the day, week, or month so you can go where you want when you want.
Wheelers Accessible Van Rentals are ideal for travelers and tourists, with services offered at the Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport, Mesa Gateway Airport, Scottsdale Airport, and the Tucson Airport.
So book a Wheelers Van for whatever occasion, whether to a doctor’s appointment or on a family trip to the Grand Canyon.
Wheelers also offer a Rent2Buy program that allows customers to rent a chosen vehicle for a three-day trial period at a special low rate before deciding to purchase the vehicle.
To reserve an accessible full-size van or mini-van, all you need is to be at least 23 years of age, hold a valid US driver’s license, proof of insurance, and have a valid credit card. Then, select your pick-up and drop-off locations to finalize your reservation.
Contact our team today with any further questions you have.