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Lifestyle Mobility Supports Our Veterans And Service Members

Do you have a disability related to your military service (called a service-connected disability) that prevents you from driving?  If you do, you may be able to receive disability compensation or benefits.

VA Automobile Allowance Grant


Eligible veterans can receive a one-time payment of not more than $21,058.69 to use toward the purchase of a wheelchair-accessible vehicle. The grant must be approved by the VA and is paid directly to the seller of the vehicle.

VA Adaptive Equipment Grant


In some situations, eligible veterans can receive one or more adaptive-equipment grants to assist with entry, exit, and/or operation of a motor vehicle. Qualifying equipment includes platform wheelchair lifts, lowered floors, raised roofs and doors, power door openers, hand controls, and kneeling, braking, and digital driving systems. These grants may be paid to you, or to the equipment seller directly.

Non-Service-Connected Van Modifications Program


Eligible veterans can receive non-operational equipment to aid in the entry and exit of a van. Equipment is not issued under the Automobile Adaptive Equipment Program because it is categorized as medical.

Veteran Mobility Resources

 

VA Applications And Downloads

Obtaining, Completing and Submitting the following forms are your first steps in getting a new wheelchair accessible van through the VA.  Learn More About VA & Disability Grants

For the one-time payment to help you buy a specially equipped vehicle:

You’ll need to fill out an Application for Automobile or Other Conveyance and Adaptive Equipment (VA Form 21-4502). 

Download VA Form 21-4502.

 

For the adaptive-equipment grant:

If you qualify for adaptive equipment only, you’ll need to fill out an Application for Adaptive Equipment—Motor Vehicle (VA Form 10-1394). 

 Download VA Form 10-1394.

 

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