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Pick-up Locations in Nevada

Wheelers locations in Nevada. 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!

Las Vegas, NV

Uhaul
6326 S Pecos Rd #2
Las Vegas, NV 89120 

*Delivers to McCarran Airport, Las Vegas Strip hotels, and surrounding areas.

 

6326 S Pecos Rd #2 Las Vegas NV 89120

Customer Reviews

“Thank you, thank you! It was magical working with your team. Your satellite technology made the process seamless, very easy 21st century. You texted us where to pick up the van. We texted back pictures of license plate and other required info. Switching from texting to phone communication, you told us the hiding place of the keys. Minutes later off we went! The side entry van was extremely adequate for me and my power power wheel chair. Strapping me in was quick and efficient. Speaking with your knowledgeable staff was pleasant. Finalizing my billing was fair and simple. I definitely will be calling, again!”

-Twila Lebold

“I have rented from this company in a few different states and have found them to be professional and that they provide a very necessary service. My wife is in a power wheelchair and it’s can be so frustrating to get her wheelchair around. But Wheelers has made it a lot easier. Their customer service is above what I’d have ever expected. If something goes wrong, they are right there trying to help fix whatever it is that has gone wrong. If I have more than one choice, I’d always rent from Wheelers.”

-Neal Harrison

“This company is the best company I’ve ever dealt with. Their van was perfect for our needs. Making a reservation was super easy and they did everything exactly as they said. I will always call Wheelers first when I need to rent a wheelchair van.”

-Greenway Demons

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 reservations@wheelersavr.com.

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.

Woman Exiting Handicap Accessible Van in Wheelchair

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Eliminate exposure to unknown drivers and crowded waiting rooms, simply book online and gain access to your own personal handicap van.

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Drive on demand with our modified minivans located in neighborhoods, cities, and airports across the country.

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Enjoy the highest standards of care and cleanliness with our accessible vans purpose built for your safety and comfort.

About Nevada

Nevada is situated in the western region of the United States, sharing its border with California, Oregon, Idaho, Arizona, and Utah. Nevada has a population of 3,104,614 people, making it the 32nd most populous state in the nation. Around three-quarters of the residents live in Clark County, making the state the 9th least densely populated in the nation. Clark County is home to the Las Vegas metropolitan area. Although Las Vegas is the largest city in the state, Carson City serves as the state’s capital city. Historically, the Paiute, Shoshone, and Washoe Native American Tribes inhabited the land for centuries before Spanish explorers arrived. The Spanish explorers named the land Nevada meaning “covered in snow” referring to the state’s snowy mountain tops. Nevada originally belonged to Mexico before The United States annexed the area in 1848 after the Mexican-American war. Nevada officially became the 36th state in 1864. Nevada’s economy is strongly tied to tourism with its many national parks and recreation areas as well as its many casinos and resorts. The state is served by Amtrak along Union Pacific’s original transcontinental rail line, however, Las Vegas has not had passenger train service since 1997. Greyhound lines do provide some bus service throughout the state, however, the primary mode of transportation is via personal vehicle along with its network of interstate, US highways, and county highways.

Nevada’s Top Wheelchair-friendly Tourist Attractions

Las Vegas NV Evening Skyline Over the Strip With Bright Neon Lights

1. Las Vegas Strip

The Las Vegas Strip is one of the most accessible tourist destinations that the state has to offer. Casino floors are easy to navigate and many of the machines, games, and tables are accessible by wheelchair users. New automated table games even eliminate the need for handling chips, as they allow bets to be placed from a digital display. Apart from gambling in casinos, the strip also offers many other attractions. The strip is lined with many attractions in the form of interesting architecture, beautiful structures, and public entertainment. Taking a self-guided tour up and down the strip is completely free and offers the chance to enjoy must-see things like the fountains of Bellagio, the Volcano at the Mirage, and the pyramid and sphinx at the Luxor Hotel & Casino.

Great Basin National Park Lake with Snowy Mountains in Background

2. Lake Tahoe

Lake Tahoe is the largest alpine lake in North America. It offers cobalt blue waters and sits atop the Sierra Nevada mountain range. There is a wheelchair-accessible boardwalk and nature trail that leads to a picnic area. There is also an accessible path that leads to one of the lake’s many sandy beaches. The Lake Tahoe national park offers two beach wheelchairs that visitors can use free of charge! The beach wheelchairs are given out on a first come first serve basis. If you are visiting from out of state, there is an entry fee to get into the park. Entry into the Lake Tahoe national park costs $12 per car for non-residents of Nevada but is well worth the price of admission.

Reno

3. Reno

Like Las Vegas, Reno offers visitors plenty of casinos, entertainment, and resort options. The Sands Regency Casino is just a few blocks from downtown so you can get the full Reno experience. The Casino offers handicapped-accessible rooms that are large enough to accommodate power wheelchairs and features spacious bathrooms with roll-in showers and roll-under sinks. The Circus Circus resort in Reno is also an accessible option. This resort has easily accessible entrances and even rents mobility scooters for $35 per day. The North Tower allows ready access to the casino floor so you should try and book this tower, as the sky tower is much less easily navigated. If gambling isn’t your thing, Reno is also home to the Nevada Museum of Art which is the only American Alliance of Museums accredited art museum in the state of Nevada. All public areas of the museum are wheelchair accessible.

Great Basin National Park Lake with Snowy Mountains in Background

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4. Great Basin National Park

The Great Basin National Park offers stunning views of its ancient groves of bristlecone pines and Wheelers Peak, a 13,063-foot mountain in the Snake Mountain Range. Great Basin National park is one of the nation’s most secluded national parks so it is a perfect place to go for some piece and quiet. The park offers plenty of places for wheelchair-users to admire the beautiful natural surroundings. The most accessible way to experience the park is to take the 12-mile scenic drive up to Wheeler Peak. The visitor center offers a parking lot with handicap van spaces and enough room inside to navigate through interpretive exhibits. From the visitor center, you can access Wheeler Peak Scenic Drive which is a winding road that hugs the mountain. Motorists can drive to the top of the peak.

Hoover Dam Arial View of Water Resevoir and Brown Rocky Mountains

5. Hoover Dam

Perhaps one of the most well-known attractions, the Hoover Dam is a must-see attraction. The Hoover Dam was constructed between the years 1931 and 1936 to control the Colorado River. Since the Colorado River forms the border between Nevada and Arizona, half of the dam is in each state. The dam’s two iconic clock towers, set on each end display the current time in both states. There are several disabled parking spots available and an elevator as well as paved pathways that lead from the ground parking level to the Hoover Dam promenade. The Hoover Dam also conducts multiple tours, however only the “Powerplant Tour” is wheelchair friendly. The Powerplant Tour lasts roughly 30 minutes and uses an elevator to showcase one of the impressive generators that the dam uses to supply energy to 1.3 million people. The Visitors’ Center features accessible bathrooms as well as an observation deck that offers a great view.

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 offers independent, accessible automobile rentals to Nevada with their pick-up and drop-off location in Las Vegas. 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. Wheeler’s fleet has many vehicle make and models to rent and they 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. Get the most out of your trip to Nevada by making a reservation for a Wheeler’s Accessible Van and enjoy wherever it takes you, from the Vegas Strip, the top of Wheeler Peak, to the Hoover Dam.

Silver Wheelchair Accessible Dodge Caravan With Ramp

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