This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of NMEDA. All opinions are 100% mine.
As a caregiver of a family member who has a disability it can be scary to find the right equipment and information for
products you need. Because there are so many scams out there, NMEDA created a non-profit that educates people on how to buy products to use to help them gain independence. They do not sell the products, only a NMEDA qualified dealer can do that. What they would do if you met with them, is educate you about safe driving and the products that fit your families needs. Each person has different needs and NMEDA will show all of the options that are individual to them. They are required to meet the standards of the National Highway Traffic Safety Association.
NMEDA has dealers and QUALITY ASSURANCE DEALERS. That means they must have a documented and systematic approach to quality. They are the only recognized Accreditation program for Adaptive Mobility Equipment Industry. They would be a safe first option for information, instead of trying your luck on buying a handicapped vehicle over the Internet. To find out if NMEDA is near you, they have a page on their website to enter your zip code. We live in Iowa and there is a dealer only four miles away from us. NMEDA is located all over the states.