Wheelchair Vans for Vets
VA automobile allowance and adaptive equipment
Do you have a disability related to your military service that prevents you from driving? If you do, you may be able to get disability compensation or benefits
Am I eligible for disability benefits from VA?
You may be eligible for disability benefits if you have a disability that’s related to your service (called a service-connected disability) and that includes at least one of these conditions.
At least one of these must be true for you:
You have loss, or permanent loss of use, of 1 or both feet, or
You have loss, or permanent loss of use, of 1 or both hands, or
You have permanent decreased vision in both eyes: 20/200 vision or less in your better eye with glasses, or greater than 20/200 vision but with a visual field defect that has reduced your peripheral vision to 20 degrees or less in your better eye, or
You have a severe burn injury, or
You have amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), or
You have ankylosis in 1 or both knees or hips
Note: This qualifies you for an adaptive-equipment grant only
What kind of disability benefits can I get?
A one-time payment to help you buy a specially equipped vehicle
In some situations, one or more adaptive-equipment grants to change a vehicle so it has features like power steering, brakes, seats, windows, or lift equipment to help you get into and out of the vehicle
How do I get these benefits?
You’ll need to file a claim for disability compensation and get our approval before buying a vehicle or adaptive equipment. You can apply for—and use—either grant before or after military discharge.
When you file, you’ll need to show that your disability is service connected or treated as if service connected under 38 U.S.C. 1151.
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).
Get VA Form 21-4502 to download
We’ll pay the vehicle’s seller directly.
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).
Get VA Form 10-1394 to download
We may pay you, or we may pay the equipment seller directly.
As other companies continue to increase their prices on mobility vans we here at Triple S Mobility are staying put for the foreseeable future!
We understand these are tough times and we are doing everything we can to help you get your mobility back! So take advantage of our Great Financing Programs & Great Pricing!!
Triple S Mobility - Ocala
5919 SE 68th St Ocala, FL 34472