This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of NMEDA. All opinions are 100% mine.One of the hardest things when you have become disabled, I think, is to give up your driver's license. Now that may not be necessary. I found out that you can get help assisting your disabled relative, family member or someone you take care of. This company has a fine line of vans that have been built in order to serve a disabled person to get behind the wheel again and drive. It gives them so much self-confidence and a new lease on life. Mobile chairs are able to be lifted into vans also so they may ride as passengers, as well. You can go to their website and fill in your zip code and find the NMEDA dealer nearest you. Please note that they do not sell anything and are non-profit. Their dealers sell modifications for handicapped people in the form of vehicles and vans that enable disabled people to get back on the road again. NMEDA, themselves teach road safety and make sure you get exactly what you need as they visit with you in person. All modified chairs and vans are not equal. You can get the wrong thing by buying directly from a catalog or Internet site without seeing them in person. No disabled person is the same. Each must be treated as an individual and fitted accordingly. If you are a caregiver, I would like to suggest that you go to this site and insert your zip code and find the nearest dealer near you. I know how very hard it is to take care of someone who is very upset because they are no longer mobile and cannot drive. This can open up a whole new world for them.