There are Two Types of Funding for Adaptive Equipment
Get a Maximum of$1,000or
Get a Maximum of
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.
Do you qualify?
Here are 3 key steps to getting a maximum $1,000 reimbursement:
Purchase a Ford Vehicle That Fits Your Accessibility Needs
Your dealer can facilitate transport, modification and
Order Adaptive Equipment
including QVMs (Qualified Vehicle Modifiers).
Submit These Receipts to Your Ford Dealer
- Vehicle Bill of Sale (must include the VIN)
- Paid Adaptive Equipment Invoice (must include the VIN)
Check Your Eligibility
We want you to achieve the maximum reimbursement based on your individual needs. We also want to make the process as simple and straightforward as possible. Check eligibility requirements below:
Customer EligibilityThe customer must be the end-user of the vehicle that requires installation.
Adaptive Equipment Eligibility
- Parking Brakes
- Door Openers
- Power Assist Seats
- Hand Controls
- Steering Devices
- Wheelchair Restraints
Vehicle EligibilityEligible Vehicles include new model Ford or Lincoln Cars, Vans, CUVs, SUVs or Trucks sold or leased during the program period and/or a new vehicle acquired from a U.S. Ford Pool Converter. Used vehicles are not eligible.
- Modification and equipment for used vehicles
- Equipment available as a factory option
- Running boards, lumbar seats and power door openers when available from the factory
Additional InformationSome equipment not typically thought of as adaptive equipment will require additional documentation to be deemed eligible. Examples include: assist handles, keyless entry, keyless ignition switch, lumbar support, headrest adjustment, pedal extensions, power seats, remote liftgate opener, running boards, seat belt extenders, seat modifications and special mirrors.
You will be notified if additional documentation is required. If so, you will need a certified medical professional to clearly describe your special needs and why the equipment in question is required.