I have a 2002 Town and Country wheelchair van that is no longer being driven and am looking to trade it in/sell it to a local mobility specialist. I'm looking to see what a fair value for such a vehicle might be, or at least any tips on what I can do before I take it to them to make sure I get the most money for it. The van details are below. Thanks for the response!
2002 Town and Country
-excellent mechanically, although it does need new batteries
which I will do first
-Side door power wheelchair lift with suspension that lowers to ground for more level entry.
-Keypad mounted in center that controls many electrical functions including starting the vehicle
-Control unit on left side for low/no effort hand throttle and brake
controls. Steering wheel is manual but does have a brace mounted to it to make turning easier. Manual shifter also.
-Wheelchair lock for drivers position and OEM seats mounted on platform that allows regular driving
-Neck support with head actuated buttons that control turn signals, horn, headlights, windows, etc.
-All equipment seems to work fine
***lastly, where might the second battery be located? and should I use a certain kind of battery?