Handicap Vehicle Rebate Programs
Wheelchair accessible vehicles and adaptive equipment such as wheelchair lifts and ramps can be expensive. They’re an investment and you want to make sure you explore all of your financial options. United Access wants to make sure you have all the tools and resources to help you take that important next step. Below you will find a list of rebate programs offered by most vehicle manufacturers. We hope you will find it helpful in your buying journey. Rebates and offers change frequently. Please make sure to check back to make sure you’re taking advantage of your discounts.
Reimbursement Program Details
Get reimbursed up to $1,000 with the Ford Mobility Motoring adaptive equipment reimbursement program. You’re allowed up to $1,000 (or up to $200 for alert hearing devices, lumbar support or running boards) on any eligible Ford vehicle purchased or leased from a U.S. Ford Dealer during the program period.
The Honda Customer Mobility Assistance Program provides reimbursement up to $1,000 to each eligible, original retail customer for expenses incurred to purchase and install qualifying adaptive equipment on any eligible purchased Honda vehicle.
Get up to $1000 back when you purchase a wheelchair accessible vehicle or have adaptive equipment installed.
Toyota’s Mobility Assistance Program provides up to $1,000 for after-market adaptive equipment or conversion on any eligible purchased new Toyota vehicle. The application for reimbursement must be submitted within 90 days of completed installation.
This program can provide up to $1,000 towards the purchase and installation of adaptive equipment on any eligible model.
Mobility by Volvo is available to assist customers with physical disabilities or impairments to drive or be transported in a vehicle. Reimbursement through Mobility by Volvo is available for up to $1,000 toward adaptive equipment and up to $200 for alert hearing devices. Maximum reimbursement through the program is $1000 per vehicle.