Many of today’s leading automakers provide robust rebate programs for many of the factory parts and components they make. NMEDA is fortunate enough to be partners with some of largest auto manufacturers in the world.

Below is a list of our trusted NMEDA Member Manufacturers, and how they can help you get the rebates you need to get you behind the wheel of a mobility vehicle faster.

Toyota Mobility Assistance Program

With the Toyota Mobility Program, you get access to monthly support updates and recommendations, whether you’re a Toyota owner, or a family member with disabilities who relies on a Toyota-made mobility vehicle.

The Toyota Mobility Program offers everything from financial assistance options to custom mobility solutions to suit your individual needs. For more information, call the Toyota Customer Assistance Center at (800) 331-4331.

FCA Automobility Program (formerly Chrysler Automobility)
The FCA Automobility Program offers NMEDA members up to $1,000 in financial mobility vehicle assistance. In some cases, it can cover nearly all the installation costs of certain adaptive equipment.

Rebates only apply to new Chrysler, Jeep and Dodge vehicles, so make sure to contact the FCA Automobility Program Headquarters at (800) 255-9877, or visit your preferred Chrysler, Dodge or Jeep dealership to learn more.

Ford Mobility Motoring Program

One of the most recognizable American automakers, Ford has a mobility vehicle program that also offers up to $1,000 in financial assistance towards adaptive equipment installation costs. Aside from the rebate program covering any new Ford and Lincoln vehicles, drivers also get access to both Ford Credit Mobility Financing and comprehensive Roadside Assistance options.

For more information, contact the Ford Mobility Motoring Customer Care Center at (800) 952-2248.

Other Non-Member Programs

In addition to our partnerships, there are also non-member manufacturers that can provide high-quality financing, rebate programs and maintenance options depending on the make and model of your mobility vehicle. They include Volvo, Lexus and the GM family of vehicles.

If you don’t see your mobility vehicle’s make on the list, you can always contact your nearest preferred dealership to learn more.

The National Mobility Equipment Dealers Association (NMEDA) is an advocate for mobility and accessibility for caregivers and drivers with disabilities. If you need help with converting or buying a handicap accessible car, truck or van, please consider one of our Quality Assurance Program mobility equipment dealers.

One response to “A Guide to Mobility Vehicle Rebates

  1. Thanks for the info we will try to inquire on this service. Toyota is the make of the van.