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I have often wondered where people with special needs or disabilities get their vehicles that transport them around. I recently came across an article that discusses the
NMEDA non-profit association that educates consumers on how and where to purchase a vehicle especially equipped for their specific needs. No to special cases are completely the same and it takes specialized people to meet the modification needs that people with disabilities have with their vehicles. Sometimes it is just as simple of the elderly having difficulty with standard vehicles and just needing some modifications to maintain their mobility, while in other cases extensive modifications might be required to give someone back their freedom and ability to transport themselves from place to place. NMEDA is a great resource for individuals whether they are disabled themselves or care for someone who with special needs. NMEDA dealers have been authorized to sell vehicles that meet the needs of their clients. Taken a step further is the NMEDA (QUP) Dealer which have gone through an accreditation program to ensure quality, safety and reliability within the industry. By checking out the NMEDA website you can find the authorized dealer nearest you to assist you with your questions and getting you back on the road faster. My local dealer is Harding Medical at 3447 Kempt Rd in Halifax, NS Phone: 902-453-6900 only a few hours away, take a minute to find how close your solutions can be.