Conversion of short, medium and long wheelbase models providing a range of seating and wheelchair accommodation, for example, one wheelchair and five seated passengers to four wheelchairs and five seated passengers. Power assisted steering; remote central locking. Options include: lowerable suspension at rear; air conditioning; saloon heating; CE and E mark certificated audible or visual reversing sensors and cameras; AA and MOD approved rearscope lenses; vehicle livery transfers/decals or magnetic signage; roof ventilation with four way opening glass roof hatch; recessed or surface fitted low level lighting in variety of colours in aisles; high level repeaters; warning lights; driver switched fluorescent lights in saloon; tip and fold up seats; reclining seats; spotlights illuminating the rear entrance and tail-lift which are switched from the rear of the saloon; cab passenger step well light.
Both the Master and Trafic are versatile vehicles making them ideal for minibus conversions. As an approved Renault Converter, Warnerbus can offer accessible minibuses and PTS vehicles to your individual specifications. If you require a smaller wheelchair accessible vehicle (WAV), the Renault Kangoo could be your ideal solution.
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