Program Overview | Program Steps

Image of three Polariod style photos - Mustang on the highway, man in office envronment near a desk in a wheelchair, tight crop of a blue Ford Transit Connect on the Road. The background is a duo-tone blue image of a person running with a prosthetic limb in motion. Do what moves you.

Finding and adapting a vehicle to fit your needs may seem like a challenging process, but it doesn't have to be. By following these five key steps you'll find that claiming your driving independence — and maximum reimbursement — is easier than you thought. And remember, you can always count on your Ford Dealer to answer any questions.

  1. Get ready to drive
    Get an accessibility "prescription" at your local Driver Assessment Center, learn your state's driving laws, take driver education courses and get your driver's license, if you don't have one already.
    • Find driving laws for your state
    • Find Driver Assessment Centers in your state
  2. Discuss your options with your Ford Dealer
    Visit your local Ford Dealer and discuss your vehicle options. Choose your Adaptive Equipment Dealer and/or Qualified Vehicle Modifier (QVM) and discuss your vehicle plan with your Ford Dealer.
    • Find Adaptive Equipment Dealers in your state
    • Find Qualified Vehicle Modifiers in your state
    • View your Ford vehicle possibilities
    • Locate a Ford Dealership near you
  3. Purchase your vehicle
    Select and purchase your Ford vehicle and arrange for vehicle transport, modification and equipment installation with your Ford Dealer.
    • View your Ford vehicle possibilities
    • Apply for Ford Credit (optional)
    • Locate a Ford Dealership near you
  4. Order upfits and equipment
    Get your vehicle adapted to fit your needs, including modification and equipment installation by your chosen QVM and adaptive equipment dealer.
    • Find Qualified Vehicle Modifiers in your state
    • Find Adaptive Equipment Dealers in your state
  5. Submit receipts to your Ford Dealer
    To receive your reimbursement, submit your bill of sale and paid adaptive equipment invoice to your Ford Dealer once you've received your adapted vehicle. Your reimbursement should arrive in two to four weeks.
    • Get Your Reimbursement