Expanding Your Independence & Accessibility
Accessibility solutions include wheelchair-accessible vehicles, driving controls operated by hand, accessible seating and more technology aimed at helping mobility users on the road.
It's important to take the right steps to find the driving aids that's best for your particular situation.
If you’re a veteran considering purchasing a wheelchair-accessible vehicle but are fretting about the cost of the conversion, Vantage Mobility International (VMI) has a message for you: You might qualify for federal grants that would put you in a vehicle with no money out of pocket.
A recent American Automobile Association (AAA) poll found that nearly half of seniors worry about losing their freedom and mobility when the time comes for them to transition from driver to passenger. Fortunately, seniors can prolong their ability to drive by following just a few simple steps provided by the AAA.
Mobility dealers, driver rehabilitation specialists and adaptive automotive equipment can help people with amputations maintain their independence.
Occupational therapists and driver rehabilitation specialists offer tips for improving driving mobility.
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