Anyone who has purchased or has considered purchasing a wheelchair accessible vehicle knows they can cost more than a standard vehicle. Whether you’re looking for a New York BraunAbility MXV SUV or a wheelchair van, it’s important to know what financing options are available to you. Here we’ll discuss five financing options to help you get mobile.
OEM Rebate Programs
Original Equipment Manufacturers, or OEMs, will often offer rebate assistance to entice buyers to make a purchase. Looking for rebates from the manufacturer is a good resource, especially if you’re looking for ways to cut costs on your new mobility vehicle. Some rebates can be as much as $1,000. These rebates can provide shoppers with the economic boost necessary to get back on the road.
Different states have different grant programs for people with disabilities looking for a mobility vehicle. New York organizations that award disability grants include the New York DDPC, ACCES-VR, the OTDA, and many more.
Those on Social Security Disability Income (SSI), can and should take advantage of the PASS Program. The PASS Program stands for Plan to Achieve Self Success. This organization is designed to provide resources to help individuals reach a predetermined goal. An example might include setting a goal to buy a mobility vehicle for transportation to work or school. Through the program, the car payment would be paid every month.
Veterans and other qualified members of the U.S. Armed Forces may be eligible for assistance with purchasing an adaptive vehicle or adaptive equipment through the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.
Additionally, dealerships offer competitive rates and financing options for New York BraunAbilty MXV or mobility van purchases. These options often make purchasing a vehicle more affordable and will likely be a faster process that finding funding through an organization.
At Bussani Mobility, we want to help you get mobile quickly and at an affordable price. We have financing options available, or can help you find the resources you need to get financial assistance from a third-party organization. Call or stop by and we’ll help you sort it all out.