Wheelchair Getaways requires those who drive our vehicles to be at least 23 years of age and to be covered by automobile insurance.
Wheelchair Getaways does not sell insurance. The driver's auto insurance is the primary insurance coverage. If the vehicle is in an accident, the renter is primarily responsible for liability and repair. Wheelchair Getaway's insurance policy generally provides secondary coverage. You may want to purchase short-term supplemental insurance for you trip. For information, contact these travel insurance agencies:


Need a Driver?
Wheelchair Getaways' insurance policy does not permit us to provide a driver, but most rental locations have a list of independent drivers available in their rental area.

Health insurance is one funding source for vehicle modification or alternative transportation services.  One of the disadvantages is the amount of paperwork necessary for up-front payment or reimbursement.  Driver rehabilitation, within the scope of occupational therapy services, may mean that the claim is less likely to be excluded.  Unfortunately, not all patients have medical coverage.  In 2003 an estimated 43 million Americans were without medical insurance.


Vehicle insurance is another payment source for patients recovering from injuries due to automobile accidents or in cases where a disabled driver?s vehicle is being repaired after an accident.  Auto insurance companies cover the cost of accessible van rentals until repairs to the client?s vehicle can be completed or until a replacement vehicle is found.

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