I like movies, but a recent experience at a theater in New Jersey has left me upset.
Traveling can be a logistical challenge for people who use wheelchairs and similar mobility devices.
A hand control installer said they would not do the work unless I gave them a certificate from my driving school showing that I am legal to drive with hand controls.
Doing your civic duty is often “easier said than done” when it comes to federal courts, which are not covered by the ADA.
Should adaptive vehicle owners consider driving for ridesharing companies like Uber and Lyft?