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Accessibility is Part of Our Heritage

At Ford Motor Company, we are here to help build a world where every person is free to move and pursue their dreams with fewer obstacles and limits. We’re proud to facilitate the building of human-centered accessible vehicle conversions.

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Driving Independence Starts Here

From needs assessment, to vehicle and equipment choice, to financial assistance, the Ford Accessibility Program was designed to guide you every step of the way.

Find Your Fit

Did you know that most Ford vehicles can be adapted for accessibility needs? See our complete range of options and find the right one for you.

Find a Dealer

Our Ford dealers are here to help you find the accessible vehicle you want with the modifications you need.

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A woman is walking along the sidewalk pushing her daughter Kylie in her wheelchair.
Every Modification Tells a Story

We’re proud to amplify stories of everyday Americans who’ve chosen to modify their Ford vehicle, not their life.

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Get Answers. Find Resources.
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Find Answers to Your Financing and Equipment Questions
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Get a Maximum of $1,000 in Adaptive Equipment Reimbursements*
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Assistance & Benefits for Our Veterans
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Find Adaptive Rebates and Mobility Assistance Programs
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* With the purchase or lease of an eligible new Ford or Lincoln vehicle. See your Ford or Lincoln dealer for complete details. Total not to exceed $1,000 (except for alert hearing devices, lumbar seats and running boards which are limited to a maximum of $200).