Meeting Your Needs
GM Envolve is proud to help put accessibility in reach for every driver. With over 60 vehicles from four distinct brands, we’ve got the versatility, features and capability to help meet almost any accessibility need. Not only do we provide outstanding vehicle options, we’ll also help you start the process with guidance on adaptive equipment
Accessibility Reimbursement Offer
Receive up to $1,500
ON ELIGIBLE VEHICLES
— PLUS —
SAFETY & SECURITY
COVERAGE AND REMOTE ACCESS PLAN
WITH AVAILABLE WI-FI® HOTSPOT
How to Take Advantage of This Offer
Choose Your Vehicle
Select a GM Envolve vehicle that best suits your adaptive equipment needs. Our vans provide abundant interior space, cargo capacity and accessibility for wheelchair and scooter users. You can also choose from our many truck or SUV options, which provide excellent cargo and towing capacity and can be made wheelchair-accessible
Equip Your Vehicle
Explore the list of eligible adaptive equipment under the General Motors Mobility Reimbursement Program. Your aftermarket accessibility equipment must be:
- Permanently installed in the vehicle
- Installed for a driver or passenger with a permanent disability
- Purchased from and installed by a licensed equipment installer
Apply for Reimbursement
The purchaser and a General Motors dealer representative will need to complete and sign the reimbursement application. Submit the application with a paid receipt for the eligible accessibility equipment and installation.
Note: If your Chevrolet Traverse is equipped with a BraunAbility® lowered floor conversion, you are not required to complete the Dealer Information or Confirmation section of the reimbursement application.
How to Get Started when Considering Adaptive Equipment
Contact Your Local Licensed
Accessibility Equipment Installer
When having any aftermarket device installed in your vehicle, you’re responsible for contacting an independent licensed accessibility equipment upfitter
Contact a Driver Evaluator
for an Evaluation
Before selecting a vehicle, consult with a driver evaluator (Certified Driver Rehabilitation Specialist or CDRS). Your CDRS will evaluate you and assess your driving abilities, suggest driving aids and determine if you need to have your driver’s license modified.
Note: You will need to leave gmenvolve.com. General Motors is not responsible for the content provided by third-party sites.
Contact Your State
Driver’s Licensing Agency
Check with your state driver’s licensing agency for current driving regulations.