Conditions of entitlement

The loan for those who are entitled to purchase a special vehicle is granted to a person who fulfills all following requirements:

  1. A medical committee or a medical appeals committee determined that he requires and uses a wheelchair.
  2. The Medical Institute for Road Safety determined that he requires a vehicle for special accessories.
  3. He is not entitled to assistance in financing the cost of the vehicle from the Rehabilitation Department, and if entitled, he choose to receive it from the Mobility Department.
  4. He signed a liability deed in which he is obligated to:
    A) Purchase a vehicle that he can enter in a seated position in a wheelchair, or which we can drive seated in a wheelchair. 
    B) Install all the accessories recommended by the Medical Institution for Road Safety, and to provide certification to the effect that this is possible in the vehicle that he plans to order, before ordering the vehicle.

A person with limited mobility who is entitled to a loan from the private vehicle credit fund:

The Car Size Board established the need for a special equipment vehicle and the eligible person with limited mobility opted for a private car during the Board's hearing.

The loan for those entitled to purchase a private vehicle is granted in one of the following cases:

  1. This is the first vehicle to be purchased.
  2. Five years have elapsed from the date of receiving the previous standing loan.
  3. A standing loan for replacing a vehicle was authorized ahead of time because the Medical Institute determined that the person with limited mobility has new driving limitations which do not enable him to continue to use the vehicle in his possession.
  4. The person with limited mobility received a standing loan as someone without a driver's license, and then obtained a license and required a larger vehicle than the one in his possession.