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Iveco Accessible Minibuses

Iveco is an Italian industrial vehicle manufacturing company, controlled by the CNH Industrial Group. The company has outlets across the world, including the UK where the headquarters are located in Basildon, Essex.

The Iveco Daily is strong and versatile with a high load capacity. It offers exceptional performance with low maintenance. The cab provides superior comfort and driveability, whilst the interior is able to meet a variety of requirements for varying passenger functions.

Volkswagen Minibus Conversions

We have been converting Volkswagen vehicles since 1986 and are proud to be one of a handful of approved Volkswagen convertors in the UK. Our profile on the Volkswagen website can be viewed here VW Approval.

The Volkswagen Crafter is renowned for its great German build quality. Volkswagen have a dedicated network of commercial vehicle dealerships which sell and service the Crafter well.

Vauxhall Minibuses

Vauxhall Motors was founded back in 1903, the Vauxhall brand is exclusively used in the UK and is one of the oldest and most well established manufacturers with production plants across the country – over 100 years later Vauxhall still remains one of the most popular UK brands.

Both the Vauxhall Movano and Vivaro minibuses offer flexible and versatile design providing a range of platform sizes to build specialist passenger vehicles from 3 to 17 seats and 1 to 5 wheelchairs in an array of combinations.

Renault Minibuses

Renault minibuses are particularly strong with their support for quality conversion specialists. As such, all four of its light commercial van products are available with a multitude of passenger carrying variations.

Peugeot Boxer Minibuses

Since its introduction in 1994 the Peugeot Boxer minibus has been a popular platform for passenger vehicle applications. Now in its third generation the Boxer continues to be a useful vehicle.

The Boxer is available in four lengths and three roof heights. It is a front wheel drive chassis which gives the vehicle a low loading height and allows us to fit our industry beating flush folding step entrance making it one of the easiest accessed panel van conversions on the road in the UK today.

Mercedes Minibuses

Mercedes minibuses are the premium brand in the market - with a price tag to match.

The Mercedes Sprinter is available in four lengths and three heights which makes it an ideal platform for passenger conversions encompassing both car and minibus size categories.

For the base vehicle there are dozens of options to choose from to increase safety, driver and passenger comfort and overall operational usefulness. Again these come with a relatively high price, and some customers find that adding a few option items to the standard vehicle can add thousands to its price.

Ford Minibuses

The Ford Transit minibus is still one of the most popular commercial vehicles on the road in the UK today.

It is available in four lengths, three roof heights, front wheel drive, rear wheel drive, all wheel drive, numerous engines, numerous weights and a plentiful choice of colours. It is an excellent drive.

Fiat Minibuses

The Fiat Ducato minibus is available in four lengths, the longest of which is big enough to accommodate 5 rows of seats in the rear making this the new entry level 17 seat wheelchair accessible minibus.

A front wheel drive vehicle with a full height sliding side load door makes for an easy walk in entrance at the nearside. Schools and youth groups could take this vehicle with no step at all, whilst those dealing with passengers with restricted mobility can benefit from our flush folding step and folding handrails.

Driver licences

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Volunteer drivers

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Type approval

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