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Affordable Vans and Cars

Affordable Vans and Cars

Driving a vehicle is a daily occurrence for most people, and an activity that is often taken for granted. Driving provides a means of leaving the home to work, shop, attain an education, travel great distances or enjoy time with friends. But for many people with disabilities, the cost of driving can create what seems […]

In Case You Missed It: Automotive

In Case You Missed It: Automotive

For each product category in the Consumer Guide, we’ve collected a handful of items that appeared in NM in 2014. In some cases the original article is longer, so we’ve provided the link, in case you’d like to look up more information: Chairiot Solo (June, Accessible Electric Cars: Soon?) The Chairiot solo is the first […]

Two Wheelchair RV Blogs

Two Wheelchair RV Blogs

Ever dreamed of dropping everything you do, packing up an RV and just going on a long road trip? Read on to learn more about two bloggers living the wheelchair RV lifestyle. Rolling in a RV “Rolling in a RV” was started by Karen, a woman who was injured as a result of a hot […]

NM Turns 25: Our Journey, 2010-2014

NM Turns 25: Our Journey, 2010-2014

Our final installment of New Mobility’s 25th anniversary “Legacy” section brings us to the present.

Crytico.com: Yelp for the Mobility Industry?

Crytico.com: Yelp for the Mobility Industry?

As the purveyors of all things “Gear,” this week’s post takes a roll away from the product previews we’ve been doing to preview a new web site that hopes to change the way you chose your gear. Crytico.com, which launched its pilot phase last week, aims to become the leading website dedicated to reviews of […]

Courtney-Boyll

Courtney Boyll Named NMEDA Local Hero

The National Mobility Equipment Dealers Association has announced that Courtney Boyll, a mother of three and third grade teacher at Moulton Elementary in Moulton, Ala., is one of four winners of its 2014 Local Hero Contest. Boyll, 36, was given the keys to a new 2014 Toyota Sienna with a VMI Northstar conversion during a […]

Trouble on the Streets of New York City

Trouble on the Streets of New York City

Last time I visited New York City, I was frustratingly reminded how tough the place is for wheelers. Besides the millions of walking people packing streets and crosswalks, Manhattan’s curb cuts are either nonexistent or in terrible shape. (If you’re lucky, there’s one useable curb cut at a major intersection.) Sidewalks are ragged and bumpy, […]

Letters: August 2014

Letters: August 2014

Wheelchair users sound off on travel, taxis and e-vehicles.

Accessible Electric Vehicles

Accessible Electric Vehicles

Three mini-cars are gearing up for wheelchair-using drivers.

Aaron Dysart demonstrates his driving system.

Motorvation: All About Hand Controls

Hand controls have evolved, allowing people with higher injuries to be safe drivers.