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HIT THE ROAD WITH
THE FORD ACCESSIBILITY PROGRAM.

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Ford Accessibility Program:
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CLAIM YOUR DRIVING INDEPENDENCE —
AND GET UP TO $1,000 REIMBURSEMENT

The goal of the Ford Accessibility Program is to make it easier for persons with disabilities to get on the road. That's why we offer a wide variety of adaptable vehicles to meet different needs, budgets and personalities. To get things started, we're offering up to a $1,000 reimbursement on adaptive equipment, or up to $200 for alert hearing devices, lumbar support or running boards*. And then we'll provide something equally important-guidance at every turn. We'll help you select, purchase and adapt a vehicle that's perfect for your needs-so you can claim your driving independence.

STEP 1
Have Your Needs
Assessed & Visit Your
Ford Dealer
STEP 2
Purchase Your
Vehicle
STEP 3
Order Adaptive
Equipment
STEP 4
Submit Receipts
to Your Ford Dealer
  • Disclaimers

    *Reimbursement for the exact amount of vehicle adaptation up to $1,000 on adaptive equipment. Up to $200 on alerting devices, lumbar support and running boards when not available from the factory. Total reimbursement not to exceed $1,000.

Reimbursement Eligibility

The following information outlines the modifications, adaptive equipment, vehicles and customers that are eligible for the Ford Mobility Motoring Program reimbursement of up to $1,000.

Check your Eligibility

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ASSESS YOUR
ADAPTIVE EQUIPMENT NEEDS

Adaptive equipment includes installed devices and structural modifications that are necessary for a person with a disability to ride in or drive a vehicle. For help determining, selecting and installing the right equipment for your individual needs, we recommend the following link:

See Adaptive Equipment

Find an accessibility upfitter
or Qualified vehicle Modifier

Depending on the type of adaptive equipment you require, your vehicle may need a structural modification, and you'll need to select a QVM. But not to worry-we're here to help. Check out the following link to learn more about QVMs, and for assistance choosing a provider equipped to meet your specific needs.

Locate an accessibility upfitter

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Find the Ideal Accessibility Solutions

Accessibility Resources

The Ford Accessibility Program is all about simplicity and we want to make it as easy as possible for you to hit the road in a Ford. So we've put together these useful resources to help you navigate the entire process.

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