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Jaguar Mobility Program Financially Assists Disabled Customers

June 21, 2005

IRVINE, CA – Jaguar recently announced the launch of the Jaguar Mobility Program, which will provide financial assistance towards the installation of adaptive equipment to make new Jaguar vehicles more accessible to drivers with physical disabilities. The program offers up to $1,000 toward the installation cost of adaptive equipment and up to $200 toward fitting an alert hearing device on eligible Jaguar models. It is restricted to a maximum contribution of $1,000 per vehicle. Adaptive equipment -- such as hand controls or steering devices -- are just some of the items that can be installed to allow individuals with physical disabilities to consider a Jaguar car as an every-day vehicle. "The Jaguar Mobility Program allows consumers with physical limitations access to luxury, elegance, and performance," said CJ O'Donnell, executive vice president of sales and marketing for Jaguar North America. Jaguar Mobility Headquarters can assist in locating assessment centers, equipment dealers and installers, and potential resources for financial assistance. The Jaguar Mobility Headquarters is available to answer consumers' inquiries. Consumers can call 1-800-207-5517, TTY 1-800-833-0312 for further information on the Jaguar Mobility Program.
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