The Mobility by Volvo Directory contains detailed information about the following resources:
Driver Assessment Centers
Certified driver rehabilitation specialists, found through Driver Assessment Centers, can write "prescriptions" for adaptive equipment. Many assessment centers also offer adaptive equipment training, and all provide useful information on ways to meet your transportation needs.
This section contains a members-list of the National Mobility Equipment Dealers Association (NMEDA), a non-profit organization promoting best practices within the industry.
Many of these agencies can provide training and financial assistance to help you toward a more mobile future.
Driver License Bureaus
Some states require special training to drive vehicles with adaptive equipment, and may require you to report any physical conditions that could impair driving. It is important for you to know the law in your state. Most Driver License Bureaus, like the Department of Motor Vehicles or Secretary of State offices, provide booklets or other information for drivers with physical disabilities.
A list of organizations that provide financial support and adaptive driving information.
Note: This information in the Mobility by Volvo Directory is provided by Volvo Cars of North America, LLC, for assistance and reference purposes only—no endorsement is intended. The quality of services and/or equipment provided by others can only be assured by the supplying organization. Consumers should verify information and obtain complete references before beginning any vehicle adaptation.