Disabled Veteran Benefits and Programs
Wheelchair Van Funding For Veterans!
At Superior Van and Mobility we salute you, our veterans, and we believe it is important to work closely with you in assessing your individual mobility needs and helping you with the application process.
As a service connected disabled veteran, there are two forms the U.S. Government uses to process your mobility benefit claims. The first form is the 4502 which is a one-time auto grant. This form is used to apply for 100% service connected disability benefits toward securing a wheelchair vehicle grant.
The second form used is the 1394. This form is used to secure veteran benefits toward a mobility assistive device, wheelchair accessible vehicle, driving aid, scooter lift or wheelchair lift by 100% service connected disabled veterans.
As you can imagine, these forms can be challenging, but don’t get discouraged. We are here to HELP! We have veteran specialists on staff to ensure your forms are filled out and processed properly to secure your well-deserved benefits in a timely manner.
Unsure if you qualify for benefits?
Don’t think another second about it, WE ARE HERE TO HELP! Our specially trained mobility consultants are available to answer your questions and to evaluate your situation and status. Don’t let your much needed veteran benefits go unused, contact our team today for your FREE consultation and let us help you regain your independence!
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If You Are a Service Disabled Veteran, You May be Entitled to Benefits that Will Help Fund Adaptive Equipment and Wheelchair Accessible Vehicles!
Service Connected Disabled Veteran Benefits:
Auto Allowance Grant
Eligible service connected disabled veterans can receive $21,488.29 to use toward the purchase of a wheelchair-accessible vehicle. The grant must be submitted on form 4502 and approved by the VA. The grant gets paid directly to the seller of the vehicle.
Automobile Adaptive Equipment Program
Eligible service connected disabled veterans can receive equipment and training to help with entry, exit, and/or operation of a motor vehicle. Qualifying equipment includes vehicle wheelchair lifts, lowered floor minivans, mobility seating, driving hand controls, digital driving systems, wheelchair restraints, and much more.
Non-Service-Connected Van Modifications Program
Not a service connected disabled veteran? Programs still exist that may be able to help. Eligible non-service connected disabled 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, but does exist.
Veteran Mobility Equipment Resources:
VA Applications, Forms & Downloads
Obtaining, completing and submitting the following forms are your first steps in getting a new wheelchair accessible vehicle, mobility aid or lift through the VA. Let us help ensure your form is filled out correctly. You can download copy of the forms directly from the links below and saving-as to your device:VA Form 21-4502 VA Form 10-1394
Assistance, Guidance and Help
You can learn the full details on the VA government assistance forms and receive completion guidance directly from the VA.gov website by clicking the link below, can also contact a location near you for direct assistance and tips from one of our friendly and knowledgeable mobility consultants:Learn More Find a Location
Other Veterans Assistance Programs:
US Department Of Veterans Affairs
This department’s employees continue to offer their dedication and commitment to help veterans get the services they have earned. Our nation’s veterans deserve no less.
Disabled American Veterans
Building Better Lives for Disabled American Veterans and Their Families.
Paralyzed Veterans Of America
A Congressional chartered veterans service organization founded in 1946, has developed a unique expertise on a wide variety of issues involving the special needs of our members-veterans of the armed forces who have experienced spinal cord injury or dysfunction.