“Handicap” vans have gotten a bad rap. Traditionally viewed as humble wheelchair accessible vehicles for people with disabilities, they now have new attitude with sporty exteriors, spacious interiors and all the top-of-the-line features you could possibly want. They may not have the kitchen sink, but some of them...

  It takes specialists to create wheelchair accessible vehicles for the more than 1 million wheelchair users in the U.S. It would be a nightmare if you had to find all those specialists on your own: an occupational therapist, Certified Driver Rehabilitation Specialist (CDRS), a specialty store that sold the...

  Those with a spinal cord injury, disabilities, limited dexterity or range of motion and other conditions may need more than low-tech or reduced effort hand controls to operate primary and secondary driving controls on an accessible or handicapped vehicle. Primary driving controls are input devices that control the gas/brake...