Whatever your destination - across town or across the country - Lincoln Mobility Motoring is here to help you get there.
At Bob-Boyd Lincoln of Columbus, we know that when you're considering a new vehicle, you're looking for something that's not only dependable, but adaptable and affordable. That's why we created the Mobility Motoring program - to help you afford the equipment that gets you where you want to go - saving you money along the way.
MOBILITY MOTORING - Financial Reimbursement
What To Do Before You Buy...
1. Assess your driving needs
Visit your local Driver Assessment Center for an evaluation to ensure that your desired vehicle modifications are appropriate for your specific needs.
2. Learn your local driving laws
Check with your state's motor vehicle agency for special requirements on driving with adaptive equipment.
3. Locate a mobility dealer
Our Mobility Resource Guide can help you find an experienced adaptive equipment dealer. Contact us today to request your free copy.
4. Consider your vehicle options
We may have more vehicle options than you think. Many Lincoln vehicles can be adapted to meet a variety of physical needs. Visit our dealership to discuss your vehicle selection.
5. Bank on Lincoln Credit
Enjoy lowered payments over the life of your loan. Lincoln Credit offers qualified customers special flexible finance terms on both new vehicles and adaptive equipment purchases.
Get a Mobility Resource Guide
Call us and we'll send you a comprehensive Mobility Resource Guide with valuable information on:
-Driver Assessment Centers
-QVM - Qualified Vehicle Modifiers
-Adaptive Equipment Dealers
Once your vehicle has been purchased and adaptive equipment installation is complete, simply give your dealer your vehicle bill of sale and paid adaptive equipment invoice, and they will promptly submit your claim. Once the claim has been approved, your reimbursement check should arrive within two to four weeks.
-Major structural vehicle modifications must be done by an authorized Qualified Vehicle Modifier (QVM)
-Initiation of the adaptation must take place within 12 months of the dealer-reported date of sale or lease and claimed within 12 months of that date.
-Original documentation, prepared by a certified medical professional, detailing the permanent medical condition and need for equipment is required when that equipment does not have a clear definition of need. Examples: alert hearing devices, swivel seats, pedal extensions, aftermarket lumbar support and running boards.
-Eligible vehicles include new vehicles acquired from a U.S. Lincoln Authorized Pool Converter.
-Not Eligible for Reimbursement: Modification and equipment for used vehicles, Equipment that is otherwise available as a factory option (running boards, lumbar seats, air conditioning, etc.)