Seniors with severe arthritis, people with Muscular Sclerosis, Muscular Dystrophy and others with disabilities can drive again with the help of a mobility equipment expert. To find the specific product solution for your driving challenges, consult with a Physical or Occupational Therapist, Driver Rehabilitation Specialist and a NMEDA Quality...

For seniors and those with progressive muscle weakness, like MS, MD and others who have trouble driving, hand controls can compensate for decreasing strength and range of motion. Occupational therapists often recommend such devices. Low-tech hand controls are less costly ($100s) than high-tech ones ($1,000s), although electronics can be used...

A wheelchair lift for your accessible vehicle can run the gamut from mandatory safety features to options like whisper-quiet operation and remote controls, depending on what you need and what you can afford. Some things are standard while others are optional. For example, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration requires...

Tips you may not know about the equipment you depend on: Maintenance Regular maintenance of adaptive equipment and accessible vehicles may be mandatory for compliance with the terms of your warranty, and is vital for keeping your vehicle and equipment safe and reliable. Some warranties specify a time period during...