Purchasing or leasing a new vehicle that caters to your physical disabilities resulting from your service can be very expensive. Fortunately, PaulEhlineRide helps veterans discover programs, government assistance, and disability benefits to help them live a normal and comfortable life.
Let’s explore the different automotive mobility assistance programs that support drivers with disabilities with help towards the cost of driving aids and other mobility equipment.
Here are the programs that provide financial assistance to people with medically recognized physical disabilities to get the necessary vehicle modification for their needs.
PS: For leased vehicles, you may need advance written approvals for adaptive equipment installations.
The Toyota mobility program provides up to $1,000 in financial assistance for purchasing any eligible adaptive equipment or passenger equipment in their eligible purchased or leased Toyota vehicle. Individuals must install the adaptive equipment within one year of buying or leasing their new Toyota vehicle. You must apply within 90 days of installation to qualify for a cash rebate. Modifications may affect the vehicle limited warranty.
The FCA US DriveAbility Program provides up to $1,000 in cash reimbursement for the purchase of qualifying adaptive equipment for the following car brands:
The reliability requirement for the cash rebate is that the car owner must install adaptive equipment within six months of a newly purchased or leased vehicle and apply for reimbursement within 60 days of equipment installation.
Through the Ford Mobility Motoring Program, you can receive up to $1,000 in cash rebate for installing adaptive equipment in your newly purchased or leased Ford vehicle. The company also offers up to a $200 cash rebate on purchasing alert hearing devices, lumbar support, or running boards.
To quality, you must install qualifying adaptive vehicle equipment within one year of purchase and start the ford mobility motoring process within one year of installation.
New General Motors purchasers or lessees can receive up to $1,500 in cash rebate if they install eligible adaptive mobility equipment on their Chevrolet, Buick, Cadillac, or GMC vehicle within one year of purchase. The accessibility reimbursement offer applies to 60 vehicles across four brands, providing versatility, features, and capabilities catering to your accessibility needs.
GM also offers two years of safety and security coverage with a remote access plan for individuals participating in the GM Accessibility Adaptive Equipment Program.
To qualify for the rebate, you must install and apply for a reimbursement for the adaptive equipment within six months of purchase/lease.
The Honda Mobility Assistance program offers eligible customers up to $1,000 reimbursement for assistive equipment installation on any qualifying purchased or leased Honda vehicle.
You can send your reimbursement application with the necessary documents to the following address: American Honda Motor Co., Inc., Automobile Customer Service, PO Box 2964, Torrance, CA 90509-2964.
Hyundai offers a $1,000 rebate towards purchasing adaptive equipment for newly purchased or leased Hyundai vehicles within six months of their purchase/lease.
To qualify, you must apply for reimbursement within 60 days of installation with the necessary documents, including the purchase agreement, itemized and paid invoice, and vehicle registration.
With the Nissan Mobility Assistance program, you can receive up to $1,000 in rebate for installing qualified adaptive equipment on eligible vehicles within six months of purchase/lease.
To qualify, you must send your rebate application within 90 days of installation.
Through the Subaru Mobility Assist Program, you can receive up to $1,000 on newly purchased vehicles. To be eligible, you must complete the vehicle modification within a year of vehicle purchase and submit a rebate application within 180 days of installation.
Mobility by Volvo offers up to $1,000 in cash rebates toward adaptive equipment and $200 toward alert hearing devices. To qualify for a reimbursement, you must install the equipment within six months of purchase and apply for a rebate within six months following installation.
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