Purchasing a new car can be an incredibly challenging and stressful experience.  Adding to this potentially unpleasant experience, many brain injury and stroke survivors also need to purchase special modifications (such as a wheelchair lift) to enable their new cars  to meet minimum required levels of accessibility.  Thankfully, many car manufacturers provide reimbursement for these modifications on new car purchases (and in many cases for new car leases).  Each manufacturer has its own program, so it is important to read through all pertinent details.  Below are links to the reimbursement information for many major car manufacturers along with applicable reimbursement limits where available.  In those cases in which the main manufacturer page did not have a link to the desired information, I have provided a link to a local dealer that does provide the relevant information:

Acura: Up to $1000

http://www.acura.com/mobilityoverview.aspx

Audi: Up  to $1500

http://www.audiusa.com/myaudi/service/mobility-subsidy

BMW: Up to $2500 (for new or certified pre-owned vehicles)

http://www.wideworldofcarsbmw.com/bmw-mobility-program.htm

Chrysler (Chrysler, Jeep, Dodge, Ram, Fiat): Up to $1000

http://www.chryslerautomobility.com/

Ford: Up to $1000

https://www.fordmobilitymotoring.com/

Honda: Up to $1000

http://automobiles.honda.com/information/mobility-assistance.aspx

Hyundai: Up to $1000

https://www.hyundaiusa.com/financial-tools/mobility-program.aspx

General Motors (Chevrolet, GMC, Buick): Up to $1000

http://www.gmmobility.com/

Jaguar: Up to $1000 (I was not able to find an official link to sought information but many modification companies cited this program)

http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/jaguar-announces-mobility-program-to-financially-assist-disabled-customers-54612932.html

Lexus: Up to $1000

http://www.lexus.com/pdf/models/LexusMobilityForm.pdf

Mazda: Up to $1000

http://www.mazdausa.com/MusaWeb/displayPage.action?pageParameter=mobilityProgram

Mercedes Benz: Up to $1000

http://www.mbusa.com/mercedes/service_and_parts/accessories_and_more#waypoint=mobility-program

Nissan: Up to $1000

http://www.nissanusa.com/mobility

Scion: Up to $1000

http://www.scion.com/mobility/

Subaru: Up to $500

http://www.subaru.com/owners/resource-center/mobile-it-ease.html

Toyota: Up to $1000

http://www.toyotamobility.com/

Volkswagen: Up to $1000

http://www.minutemanvw.com/VW-Mobility-Access-Incentive-Program

Volvo: Up to $1000

http://qalive.volvocars.com/us/sales-services/sales/volvo_mobility_program/Documents/Volvo-Mobility-Flyer-v2.pdf

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