Answering the question on your own speed will be quite easy. All it takes is a little commonsense and, who knows, even a good heart. Readers all know already what a wheelchair is. Perhaps they have been to hospital and upon leaving after surgery or treatment; they have been treated with the traditional exit in this iconic chair. Common sense tells readers quite easily enough that wheelchair vans are used to carry wheelchairs.
But how and why is the crux of the matter. Or should that be; the heart of the matter. Because the pleasing sight of used wheelchair vans may become a lot more common for readers. One reason why this needs to happen is because the costing of out of the box wheelchair vans is just far too expensive for nongovernmental organizations and small scale care providers to bear. These folks generally have to rely on the charity of others while giving charity to those in real need.
They are also being drastically short-changed by government authorities. Federal, state, provincial, municipal authorities and service providers, they are all culpable and should be responsible, are simply not coming to the table in providing the necessary financing for these specialized vans, wheelchairs and a host of other medical supplies, devices and products needed by those who require special care well beyond leaving the hospital.
Used wheelchairs and used wheelchair vans are thankfully being given the star treatment. They are being restored to a condition that allows them to be used effectively for the purposes that it was intended. A familiar sight for those privileged enough to witness this is the offloading of senior citizens and physically challenged folks from the wheelchair vans to go off and enjoy a little regular shopping.