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The Automobility Program From Chrysler Canada
Honored by Grove Dodge in Spruce Grove, AB, the program makes it affordable for customers with disabilities to add necessary equipment to their vehicles.
By: Grove Dodge
The Automobility Program from Chrysler relieves customers of a good portion of the expensive financial burden that comes with adapting a vehicle with installed driver or passenger equipment. All models except the Dodge Viper, Dodge Dart SE, and Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT are eligible for this program, including vehicles that are leased for a minimum of 12 months.
Customers interested in taking advantage of the Automobility Program should get in touch with a local dealership like Grove Dodge or the Automobility Program Headquarters to learn more details about eligibility requirements and expiration dates. Depending on the type of conversion or adaptation required for the vehicle, the customer may need to provide a note from a medical professional attesting to the disability. If the vehicle qualifies for the program, the customer should then contact a dependable and qualified installer of adaptive equipment to make sure that the vehicle can be tailored to the customer’s needs.
Reimbursements of up to $1000 are available for certain kinds of vehicle conversions, including $400 for running boards and $200 for alerting devices. If the conversion costs more than the maximum amount allowed by the Automobility Program, qualified buyers may also receive financing help through Ally Financial as well as typical vehicle financing.
There are a number of Chrysler, Jeep, Dodge, Ram, and FIAT models that are particularly well suited for individuals with disabilities, including the 2013 Dodge Grand Caravan (http://www.grovedodgechrysler.com/