Find a used Welfare Van
Approved used Welfare Vans
Variety of Manufacturers
Short Driveaway Time
We often find when customers are buying or hiring a new Welfarevan it’s as a replacement for their current unit.
Van World accept vetted vehicles in part exchange as well as offer our ex-hire welfare units for sale.
To part exchange your current Welfare Vehicle
Why buy a Used Welfare Van
It’s a good question.
There are benefits to opting for a used Welfare unit. Particularly if you find a well-maintained ex fleet vehicle, one of the most sort after of these are the “Ex Network Rail Van”.
When looking for used Welfare Vans you have a wide variety of manufacturers and pre-built Welfare Units to source from.
IVECO, Mercedes, Ford, Peugeot, Renault
and other van manufacturers all have used Welfare Units on the market.
Reduced depreciation: a used Welfarevan is not going to depreciate in value as quickly as its newer counterpart. If you’re not intending to operate the used mess van for a prolonged period of time, keeping capital in your bank rather than it depreciating in an asset could be an attractive choice.
Quicker Ownership: a used Welfare Unit will already have gone through our mechanical check and may only require valeting before transfer of ownership. Of course should you opt to modify your Used Welfare Van, this may increase the length of time before you take delivery.
Quality Checked: our quality check process ensures that used welfare stock meet both our mechanical and vehicle finishing standards. We can modify the existing welfare unit to include:
We Can Modify an Existing Used Welfare Unit
- Covid Safety Screens
- External LED lights
- Electric Side Steps
- Tow Bars
Find your next used Welfare Van:
It’s important to consider that retrofitting can be a costly process, and may offset any saving you’d make from opting for a new welfare van.
Things to look out for when buying a used Welfare Unit:
We thoroughly check and bring all our used fleet up to a “like new” standard, but if you’re shopping around. Then here are some points to look out for:
Used Van Checklist
- Rust – are there any signs of it?
- Accident damage/repairs – are there any signs of these?
- Tyres – are they the correct ones for the van and is the wear even?
- Suspension – are the shock absorbers in good condition?