Some automobile manufacturers offer “Mobility Programs” providing rebates for the installation of adaptive equipment for individuals with certain disabilities. Rebates vary by manufacturer but are available for any new purchased or leased vehicles. Most lifts and carriers are eligible for reimbursement under the terms of the mobility programs as listed below.
Please note that these rebates are offered by the vehicle manufacturer and not by Roll-A-Ramp®.
Links below are provided as a courtesy to customers with info subject to change.
Vehicle Manufacturer Mobility Rebate Programs
Program Name and
|Acura||Acura||Acura Mobility Program||$1,000|
|Audi||Audi||Audi Mobility Subsidy||$1,500|
|BMW||BMW||BMW Mobility Program||$2,500|
|Chrysler||Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep||Chrysler Automobility Program||$1,000|
|Ford||Ford, Lincoln, Mercury||Ford Upfits||$1,000|
|General Motors||Buick, Cadillac, Chevy, GMC||General Motors Mobility Program||$1,000|
|Honda||Honda||Honda Mobility Assistance Program||$1,000|
|Hyundai||Hyundai||Hyundai Mobility Program||$1,000|
|Lexus||Lexus||Lexus Mobility Program||$1,000|
|Mazda||Mazda||Mazda Mobility Cash Bonus||$1,000|
|Mercedes||Mercedes||Mercedes Mobility Program||$1,000|
|Nissan||Nissan||Nissan Mobility Reimbursement||$1,000|
|Subaru||Subaru||Subaru Mobility Assist||$500|
|Toyota||Toyota||Toyota Mobility Program||$1,000|
|Volvo||Volvo||Mobility by Volvo||$1,000|
*Subject to change without notification. Please check with the manufacturer for up-to-date rebate amounts.
There are also a wide variety of U.S. federal and state programs available to financially assist with wheelchair carrier or scooter lift purchases. Please contact your vehicle manufacturer to find out if you qualify for assistance.