We've created this simple overview of our Mobility Program to help you find the vehicle and adaptive equipment you need. Also be sure to speak to your GM Canada dealer about a reimbursement of up to $1,000 towards the cost of adapting an eligible GM vehicle.*
Obtain an evaluation First find a driver assessment facility and arrange for a complete evaluation. Your assessment professional will be able to make suggestions about your driving and any adaptive equipment you need. You should also speak to your provincial Ministry of Transportation about any changes in your medical status.
Eligible equipment To be eligible for a GM reimbursement of up to $1,000, your adaptive equipment must be permanently installed in a vehicle, installed for a driver or passenger with a permanent disability and purchased from and installed by a licensed equipment installer. Equipment available from General Motors (i.e., regular production options and GM Accessories) is not eligible for reimbursement. Speak to a GM Mobility Program representative to find out more.
Choose a vehicle Together your GM Canada dealer, an adaptive equipment installer and an assessment professional can help you choose the right vehicle for your needs.
Find a qualified equipment installer If you're not sure where to find qualified installers in your area, the National Mobility Equipment Dealers Association (NMEDA), your provincial rehabilitation services agency and the Ministry of Transportation are good sources of information.
Visit NMEDA.org to find a dealer nearest you or contact them at 1-800-833-0427.
Get to know your financing options GM Canada has a number of financing options available including Leasing, Finance Purchasing and Smart PurchaseTM Financing.gm.ca/gm/english/services/financial/overview to find out more. Or speak with your local GM dealer.