Manufacturer Mobility Rebate Programs
| When the customer buys or leases any new Chrysler Corporation vehicle, Chrysler Corporation will provide cash reimbursement to help cover the cost of installing adaptive driver or passenger equipment on the vehicle. Conversions to full-size Ram Vans, Ram Wagons and mini-vans may be reimbursed up to $1000 while all other Chrysler Corporation cars, and trucks. For more information, contact the Chrysler Auto Mobility Program toll free at 800-255-9877 (TTY Users: 800-922-3826). In Canada call 800-265-6908 or 313-961-9448.
|The Ford Mobility Motoring Program provides the customer with a check, directly from a Ford or Lincoln-Mercury dealer, for up to $1000 toward the exact cost of the installation of adaptive equipment when purchasing or leasing any eligible new Ford or Lincoln-Mercury vehicle. For more information, contact the Ford Mobility Motoring Program toll free at 800-952-2248 (TTY Users: 800-833-0312). In Canada call 800-565-8985. www.mobilitymotoringprogram.com/mainpage.mob|
|Through the GENERAL MOTORS (GM) Mobility Program, a customer will be reimbursed for an amount matching the cost of after-market driver or passenger adaptive aids, including installation, or reinstallation, up to a maximum of $1000 when such equipment is installed on an eligible GENERAL MOTORS (GM) vehicle. For more information, contact the GENERAL MOTORS (GM) Mobility Assistance Center, toll free at 800-323-9935 (TTY Users: 800-833-9935). In Canada call 800-263-3777 or 905-644-6624.
|The Honda Customer Mobility Assistance Program is proud to support the mobility needs of drivers and passengers with physical disabilities. Honda will provide a reimbursement of up to $1,000 to each eligible, original retail customer for expenses incurred to purchase and install qualifying adaptive equipment on any eligible purchased or leased Honda vehicle.
|Hyundai Motor America is pleased to present the “Hyundai Mobility Program”. This program will assist Hyundai owners with up to $1,000 toward the cost of installation of new adaptive equipment in a new Hyundai vehicle purchased by an authorized Hyundai dealership.
|Lexus reimburses the vehicle owner up to $1,000 cash for after-market adaptive equipment for drivers and/or passengers when installed on any eligible Lexus vehicle purchased or leased new. This applies to model years 2001 and later.
| Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A., Inc. will provide a reimbursement of up to $1,000 to each eligible, original retail customer, for the exact cost they paid to purchase and install qualifying adaptive driving or passenger equipment for transporting persons with physical disabilities.
* Reimbursement will not be made in cases where the equipment and/or installation are being paid for by another source.
|Volkswagen will reimburse up to $1,000 on the purchase or lease of a new Volkswagen vehicle if an authorized equipment dealer installs the accessibility equipment. For more information, contact Volkswagen Customer Care (toll-free) at 1-800-822-8987.
|Mobility by Volvo provides: Up to $1,000 in financial assistance toward the cost of adding adaptive equipment to an eligible new 2004 Volvo and up to $200 on alert hearing devices. Maximum reimbursement is $1,000.*www.volvocars.com/us/sales-services/sales/volvo_mobility_program/pages/default.aspx|
|The Acura Mobility Program is proud to support the mobility needs of drivers and passengers with physical disabilities. When you purchase or lease an Acura vehicle, you will be provided with a cash reimbursement of up to $1,000 of the cost of aftermarket adaptive equipment that is installed on any eligible vehicle.www.mobilitymotoringprogram.com/mainpage.mob|
Michigan Rehabilitation Services
Michigan Rehabilitation Services (MRS) partners with individuals and employers to achieve quality employment outcome and independence for individuals with disabilities.
Children with Special Needs Fund
The Children with Special Needs Fund provides support for children in Michigan with special health care needs not available through any other funding source. The Fund helps with the purchase of equipment and services that promote optimal health, mobility, and development, enhancing the lives of children and their families.
United States Department of Veterans Affairs
Automobile Adaptive Equipment Program
The Automobile Adaptive Equipment (AAE) program permits physically challenged persons to enter, exit, and/or operate a motor vehicle or other conveyance. Veterans are trained, through the VA Driver’s Rehabilitation Program, how to safely operate their vehicle on our nation’s roadways.
The VA also provides necessary equipment such as platform wheelchair lifts, UVLs (under vehicle lifts), power door openers, lowered floors/raised roofs, raised doors, hand controls, left foot gas pedals, reduced effort and zero effort steering and braking, and digital driving systems.
Call toll free 1-800-827-1000
Michigan Assistive Technology Loan Fund
The Michigan Assistive Technology Loan Fund allows people with disabilities and seniors (or their family members) to purchase assistive technology devices or services, including modification of vehicles and homes. Loans may also cover cost of training to use the purchased equipment, warranties, and service agreements.
National Multiple Sclerosis Society—Financial Assistance Program
The National MS Society, Michigan Chapter develops, delivers and leverages resources to enhance care for people with MS and the quality of life for those affected by the disease. Within the Financial Assistance program, they focus their efforts to minimize the financial impact of MS on individuals and families. They hope to enhance the quality of life and help individuals with MS achieve their highest level of independence.