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Adaptive Vehicles & Controls

Listed are adaptive vehicle and control resources. These resources can improve the quality of life and personal independence of persons living with a spinal cord injury or paralysis. Click through to view the details of any listing and to find contact information.

Michigan Mobility Solutions – Wheelchair Accessible Vehicles

Michigan Mobility Solutions is proud to serve the needs of drivers looking for wheelchair accessible and mobility vehicles in the entire state of Michigan.

National Mobility Equipment Dealers Association (NMEDA)

Purchasing a wheelchair accessible vehicle is a big decision. If you have a mobility challenge and are in need of accessible transportation, a consultation with a NMEDA accredited dealer should be your first step.

Veigel – Driving Control Solutions For People With Disabilities

Veigel takes pride in designing and refining customized, ergonomic driving controls that keep you active and mobile.

Westchester Mobility – Accessible Vehicles In Westchester County, NY

The experienced consultants at Westchester Mobility will guide you through the accessible vehicle selection process and financing options.

Modification Network, Inc. – Home Modifications For Injured Workers

Modification Network, Inc. is a nationwide network of certified providers of accessible home modifications and independent living products and services.

Disabilities and Driving Fact Sheets – From The Experts At ADED

The Association for Driver Rehabilitation Specialists has developed a series of fact sheets on disabilities and driving that can be downloaded.

Bussani Mobility Team – Wheelchair Accessible Vans In New York

For over 40 years, Bussoni Mobility Team has been selling, servicing and renting wheelchair accessible vans to people with disabilities in the New York Metro area.

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