AT for Driving: Paving the Way for Smoother Journeys

If you have a mobility disability—whether it’s mild or severe, or temporary or permanent—you may need assistive technology (AT) aids in order to drive. Myriad AT for vehicles, such as lifts and transfer seats, electric driving aids, and left foot gas pedals, may help you in driving from one place to the next. From automobile hand controls to the self-driving car, this guide provides you with a sampling of a range of driving aids on the market that are designed to help you drive safely and independently.

Date Published: 
Tuesday, July 11, 2017

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