Adaptive Equipment



Find a Dealer or Modifier

Once you know which adaptive equipment and modifications you need, there are two ways to make your vehicle a reality.

The Ford logo on the outside of a Ford dealership.

Ford Dealers

To make the process as easy as possible, start at your local Ford Dealer. They will work hand-in-hand with you throughout the whole journey.

From Start to Finish
Not only can a dealer accommodate your adaptive equipment and modification needs, they’re also excellent licensing and financing resources who can help streamline the entire sales process.

Vehicle Transport
Your Ford Dealer can also help you arrange vehicle transport, modification and equipment installation.
A Ford Transit waits outside of a building in the rain with its rear hatch open and a wheelchair lift extended, waiting for a passenger.

Vehicle Modifiers

Modifiers have the expertise to install adaptive equipment and make structural modifications to your vehicle.
Qualified Vehicle Modifiers
If your adaptive equipment requires major structural vehicle modifications, the work must be completed by a Ford Qualified Vehicle Modifier (QVM) to be eligible for reimbursement. QVMs are independent specialists certified to make structural changes to a Ford vehicle.
Structural changes may include:
  • Wheelchair lifts
  • Raised roofs
  • Door openings
  • Altered floors or ramps
Non-structural work does not need to be completed by a Ford QVM.