Helping Special Needs People Get to Work

With dozens of modified Ford Transit vehicles on the road at any given time, Quest Inc. provides people with special needs the ability to get to work with convenience, comfort and companionship.

Extreme closeup of a platform lift extended out the back of a Transit van, resting on a parking lot.

Platform Lift

Stored either in the side, rear or beneath the floor of a van, this equipment allows users to remain in their wheelchair while being lifted into a vehicle.

Extreme closeup of a wheelchair's wheels with the frame attached to wheelchair restraints.

Wheelchair Restraints

Four straps that fit snugly around each wheelchair wheel to help prevent rolling while vehicles are moving. These systems require help from an attendant.

A woman in a bathing suit sitting on the pool deck next to her wheelchair.

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.

A woman stands by a Ford Transit van with her daughter in her wheelchair. The back doors of the Transit are open and a platform lift is extending out of the cargo area.

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Tell us how Ford modifications help you live a more mobile, independent life.