This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of NMEDA. All opinions are 100% mine.
Do you, or someone you know, have a need for safe driving equipment for disabled people? If so, you need to check out this company NMEDA.
- NMEDA is a non-profit trade association; they educate consumers on buying products from a NMEDA qualified dealer.
- NMEDA DOES NOT SELL ANYTHING: NMEDA is the only association that promotes safe driving and equipment for disabled people. They are non-profit and their members are required to adhere to the safety standards of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. NMEDA dealers (members) are the ones who sell handicap vans and vehicle modifications for disabled people.
No two people with a disability are exactly the same. Beware of adapted wheelchair vehicles sold over the Internet or through catalogs. After a personalized “in-person” evaluation, you can be sure you are getting the right driving solution customized to your specific lifestyle and needs. If you need additional training or product refinements, your NMEDA dealer is there to help you.
* The Quality Assurance Program (QAP) is the only nationally recognized accreditation program for the Adaptive Mobility Equipment Industry. It is based on the principle that in order to satisfy customers consistently, companies must have a systematic and documented approach to quality.
I work in an assisted living facility where we take care of the elderly and disabled. I see first hand the need for personalized equipment. We have several of our residents that have to travel in a non-emergency ambulance because they cannot get into our facility van. Those residents can only go to doctor's appointments or to the hospital. For anyone living at home, they do not have to be home bound any longer.
**Please be sure to go to NMEDA and on the homepage, hit the dealers locator and type in your ZIP code and see if there is a qualified dealer near you.
I have 1 dealer near my I have one dealer near my home and work, and three others within a 100 mile radius. So I encourage you to check out your local dealer as well. See how much they can do for you to get you moving!