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Community and Internet Resources


Transportation: Driver Rehabilitation


National

Driving Aides Development Corporation (DADC) offers this listing of distributors. This listing is provided as an aid to help you find distributors and installers qualified to install their hand control system, but does not imply any association with DADC. As such this site offers a comprehensive listing by state many companies that offer driving rehabilitation. Driving Aids Development Corporation has invested years of research and development to create the patented DADC "500" hand control system. This type of hand control is available only from DADC, and its unique design is among the most advanced in adaptive driving technology today.


State Listings

Arizona

Innovative Mobility offers the following: Driver Assessment and Training, Equipment Installation Process, Information on the Medical Review Program/Motor Vehicle Division and Financial Resources for citizens of Arizona. Located at 7910 S. Kyrene Rd. #106, Tempe, Arizona, 85284. For more information call, (480) 753-0334.


Minnesota

Drive Safe Midwest, Inc. offers Minnesota and Wisconsin residents with special needs a driver evaluation. Your driver evaluation will let you know if driving is a feasible safe activity for you. Then your evaluator will help you determine what special equipment you may need to activate all the controls of a car. They will train you on an equipped vehicle, train you to get your license and help you obtain modifications for your own car. For more information check out the website or call (651) 730-6597 for Minnesota and Western Wisconsin residents or (414) 688-1081 for Eastern Wisconsin residents.


Wisconsin

Drive Safe Midwest, Inc. offers Minnesota and Wisconsin residents with special needs a driver evaluation. Your driver evaluation will let you know if driving is a feasible safe activity for you. Then your evaluator will help you determine what special equipment you may need to activate all the controls of a car. They will train you on an equipped vehicle, train you to get your license and help you obtain modifications for your own car. For more information check out the website or call (651) 730-6597 for Minnesota and Western Wisconsin or (414) 688-1081 for Eastern Wisconsin.


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