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Pick-up Locations in New Jersey
Wheelers has a location in Jew Jersey. 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!
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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 email@example.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.
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About New Jersey
New Jersey is a state with a long and rich history. It was originally inhabited by the Lenape Native Americans, who called it “Scheyichbi,” meaning “the land of silent rocks.” The first European settlers arrived in the early 1600s, and the area soon became a Dutch colony. In 1664, the English took control of the colony and renamed it New Jersey. During the American Revolution, New Jersey was a key battleground, and it was here that George Washington crossed the Delaware River to launch a surprise attack on the Hessian troops stationed in Trenton. After the war, New Jersey became one of the original 13 states of the United States.
Today, New Jersey is known for its diverse population, its many historical sites, and its vibrant cultural scene. Whether you’re interested in exploring its past or its present, New Jersey has something to offer everyone.
New Jersey’s Top Wheelchair-friendly Tourist Attractions
Atlantic City is a popular tourist destination for people from all over the world. The boardwalk, casinos, and beaches make it a perfect place to visit if you’re looking for a little bit of everything. And, thanks to its many wheelchair-friendly features, it’s also a great place to visit if you’re looking for a vacation spot that’s accessible to everyone.
The boardwalk is one of the most popular attractions in Atlantic City. It’s full of shops, restaurants, and things to do. Best of all, it’s completely wheelchair-accessible, so you can enjoy everything it has to offer without worrying about whether or not you’ll be able to get around.
The city has several wheelchair-accessible beaches that offer restrooms, changing stations, and outdoor public showers. These beaches are also great for wheelchair users who want to be independent and enjoy the beach without assistance.
Liberty State Park is a beautiful spot for a day trip or a weekend getaway. Located in Jersey City, Liberty State Park offers stunning views of the Manhattan skyline and the Statue of Liberty. The park is also home to a variety of historical sites, including the Ellis Island Immigration Museum and the Central Railroad of New Jersey Terminal.
The Ellis Island Immigration Museum is one of the most popular attractions at Liberty State Park. The museum tells the story of the millions of immigrants who came to America through Ellis Island. Best of all, it’s fully wheelchair-accessible, so you can explore everything it has to offer without worrying about whether or not you’ll be able to get around.
The Central Railroad of New Jersey Terminal is another popular attraction at Liberty State Park that tells the story of the millions of immigrants who came to America through Ellis Island. The terminal is also wheelchair-accessible, so you can explore everything it has to offer without worrying about whether or not you’ll be able to get around.
Photo credit: Civil War Trust, 2014
Princeton Battlefield State Park is a wheelchair-accessible tourist destination in New Jersey. This 85-acre park is the site of Washington’s victory over British forces on January 3, 1777, a major turning point in the American Revolution. A paved and gravel path travels the perimeter of the park. There are no specific ADA trails but most are level to slightly graded. wheelchair users can enjoy independent travel throughout most of the park.
The park is home to the Thomas Clarke Farm House. The original two-story half-Georgian frame house and enlarged wing are partially accessible and the carriage barn and smokehouse are also accessible. The house is furnished in the period of the Revolution and much of the original flooring, moldings, and windows remain. The farmhouse is a great place to learn about the history of the area and the people who lived there. Make sure to contact the Clarke House for further information regarding disability access needs.
We highly recommend this wheelchair-accessible destination for any history buffs or anyone looking for a beautiful place to spend a day outdoors.
The Adventure Aquarium is located on the Camden Waterfront in New Jersey and opened its doors to the public on February 29, 1992. The Aquarium’s first major exhibit, Open Ocean (now Ocean Realm), featured 760,000 gallons of water and more than 50 species of fish, all of which could be found off the coast of New Jersey.
Today, Adventure Aquarium has grown to two million gallons of water with over 7,000 species of fish. The Aquarium is committed to providing an inclusive experience for all visitors and offers wheelchair-accessible exhibits and features.
Adventure Aquarium is fully accessible for guests in wheelchairs/electric convenience vehicles. All restrooms at Adventure Aquarium feature handicap-accessible stalls. Guests can drop off and pick up at the designated accessible area on the Aquarium Loop Drive.
The Cape May County Park & Zoo is a great place to visit if you’re looking to see some exotic animals. Admission is completely free, parking is free, and the zoo is open every day but Christmas. Some of the animals you can expect to see at the zoo include African lions, American bison, alpaca, Ankole-Watusi, cheetahs, giraffes, red pandas, snow leopards, and more! The Cape May County Park & Zoo is a great place to learn about and see some of the world’s most amazing animals.
The Cape May County Park & Zoo is wheelchair accessible, with a variety of accessibility features to make sure that all visitors can enjoy the zoo. The grounds are wheelchair accessible, and visitors can bring their motorized wheelchairs or rent one from the Gift Shop. Strollers, wheelchairs, and motorized scooters are all available for rental, and the entire park & zoo can be experienced in a safe and comfortable mobility scooter.
About Wheelers Accessible Van Rentals
Wheelers Accessible Van Rentals is the leading provider of handicap-accessible van rentals in the United States. With locations across the country, Wheelers offers safe, reliable, and comfortable van transportation services to customers with disabilities.
To reserve a van, all you need is to be at least 23 years of age, hold a valid US driver’s license, show proof of insurance, and have a valid credit card. Wheelers’ rental fleet allows you to choose your preferred vehicle make and model.
Our unique Rent2Buy program allows you to rent a vehicle for a three-day trial period at a special low rate before deciding to purchase the vehicle. Whether you’re looking for a long-term van rental for a family vacation or a short-term van rental for medical transportation, Wheelers has the perfect solution for you. Contact us today to learn more about our accessible van rental services.