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Shopping for an accessible vehicle has changed over the last few years.
Q. Do you know if it’s legal to supply your own hand controls for use when renting cars? I have tried more than once and was refused the car rental — they said I could not use my own hand controls.
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The SAM car would allow quadriplegics to control all aspects of driving using only their heads.
Two airlines broke Kenny Salvini’s wheelchair over the course of one year, and in doing so they set him on a mission to find out why accessible air travel is so difficult. What he found is a history of failed policy, an industry blinded by money – and a growing voice for change.
New Mobility’s Biweekly Newsletter – November 1, 2017 GalleryAssistive Devices, Automative, Bathrooms, Beds, Cushions, Fashion, Handrims, Newsletter, Relationships & Sexuality, Sports, Standing frames, Technology & Products, Transportation, Travel, Wheelchairs
Tommy Hilfiger, Cat & Jack Offer new Adaptive Clothing Lines. The Fastest Wheelchair - Maybe! Three Great Accessible Travel Agents. Seven Budget-Friendly Products for a High-Performance Home Gym. Relieving Foot Pressure With Shoe Fixes. Share Your Couple Story.
Adaptive products and adaptive lifestyles go hand in hand. Our annual Consumer Guide shows you the tech — and the techniques — for living fully on wheels.
There are countless occasions in my everyday life where it would be much simpler, and more enjoyable, to not have to get in my car. In talking with a few fellow wheelers, I found that there are a few options that can make commuting for a manual wheelchair user more functional.