What Are Transportation Service Providers?

The Michigan no-fault insurance company must pay for vehicle modifications to a car or van for accident victims who require specialized transportation after a serious auto accident.

Special transportation benefits are payments for specially equipped vans or vehicles needed to take you to and from your medical appointments. This is often required for people in wheelchairs or those who require other medical equipment.

You are entitled to these special transportation benefits as long as you need the special transportation to get to and from your medical appointments to be treated for the injuries that you suffered in the accident.

The insurance company must pay the reasonable cost for modifications, which can include a wheelchair lift.

If you can still drive but need specialized equipment to operate the vehicle, the insurer must also pay for those modifications. Under recent Michigan case law, the insurance company is no longer required to purchase the van itself. Rather, it is only required to make modifications to the van to make it handicapped accessible for you. does not endorse any specific transportation service providers and these companies are listed on our website at their own request. It is recommended that accident victims do additional research to find the provider that best suits their individual needs.

The order of the transportation service listings below has no significance and demonstrates no preference:

Name of BusinessWebsiteCityStatePhone Number
Gresham Driving Aids
Wheelchair Getaways
Hour Transportation
Michigan Transportation Serviceshttp://www.michigantransportation.comBrightonMI877-777-7900
Alimar Transportation WoodsMI1866-720-5438
Primary Transportation HarborMI248-562-7680
Clock Mobilitywww.clockmobility.comGrand RapidsMI616-698-9400
The Creative Mobility Groupwww.creativemobilitygroup.comMadison HeightsMI248-577-5430
American Shuttle BlancMI855-260-4384


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