Where will the conversion of my truck be done?
Our manufacturing facilities are located in Indiana, where our skilled craftsmen will turn your vehicle into an accessible means of transportation. You can have your vehicle delivered to our facility or your local mobility dealer can assist with the delivery of your vehicle to our facilities, and then returned to you.
Is there a converted truck model available for me to see?
To view an ATC vehicle, please contact us. We will direct you to your best option, whether it be a mobility dealer, an ATC Ambassador, or if we will meet you directly in person.
Once I convert my truck, will servicing the vehicle be difficult?
Our conversions are engineered to last and to provide safety, and it is important to us that you have reliable, trustworthy technicians to help you take care of your mobility investment. Any certified mechanic will be able to service your converted truck or SUV. In addition, ATC service technicians affiliated with ATC are trained and certified to provide you expert service.
How long does the conversion of my vehicle take?
Every vehicle is hand crafted to meet precise specifications for your individual needs and requirements. A 6 week lead time is typical for most of our conversions. An ATC representative can give you a more precise turnaround when you’re ready to proceed.
Does ATC offer financial assistance?
ATC can assist you with obtaining financing information. Depending on your personal situation you may be eligible for funding through such institutions as Veterans Affairs or Vocational Rehab. Visit our Financing Resources page for more information.
Do I have to supply a vehicle, or can ATC supply the vehicle for me?
If you own a truck or SUV and are considering our conversion, contact us directly to determine if your make/model will fit the specifications required. If you do not already own a truck or SUV, an ATC representative can assist you with finding one to purchase, or you can give us a call and we can assist with finding the ideal vehicle for you and your family. The most widely used trucks that meet our specifications include: Chevrolet Silverado 1500 and 2500, GMC Sierra 1500 and 2500, Chevrolet Suburban, Chevrolet Tahoe, GMC Yukon, GMC Yukon XL, and Cadillac Escalade.