As electric vehicle sales continue to surge, it’s important for people with disabilities to understand the new opportunities they unlock, as well as the potential challenges. This article discusses
The driving gap between adults with and without a disability
Benefits of and barriers to driving an EV for someone with a disability
How to make EVs more accessible
Support that’s currently available for disabled EV drivers
Special Needs Chicago, 630-668-9999, www.specialneedschicago.org operates in the Chicago & NW Indiana areas, 24/7, throughout this pandemic and beyond.
They provide wheelchair-accessible transportation for people with mobility devices, those that ambulate but need assistance, and individuals with cognitive challenges that require special attention.
Clients are welcome to use their service for any reason including medical appointments, therapy, discharges, and approved small family gatherings.
They either invoice an organization or the passenger/family pays out-of-pocket.
You can create an account, place reservations, and get information and pricing on their website at www.specialneedschicago.org.