I dont get it..I keep seeing high powered performance sports cars such as Suburu STI's, Cobra Mustangs ect with a disabled tag on the mirror so how come if they are disabled they can roll around on high power cars??
I am paralysed below the waist. I can drive any car with an auto transmission once my hand controls have been fitted.
The only other requirement is that I need to be able to stow my folded up wheelchair somewhere within reach - behind the front passenger seat in my current car. (In my previous car the front passenger foot-space was large enough).
There are plenty high performance sports cars I would love to drive. How about you contribute a few bucks to my Porche fund? LOL
because some disabled people have good tastes in cars and can afford them.
I used to drive a lemon of a Neon but that was because I was a poor student. Now I roll in my boyfriends Saturn no more having to worry about breaking down in the middle of nowhere for me.
almost any car can be altered to allow a disabled person to drive. and some disabilities don't require any alterations to be made.
My boyfriend gets lots of demo cars from work so one of these days he may have to park a hummer in disabled parking when we go out somewhere.
We are not all the same.I could drive a sports with auto trans but I don't.In fact I drive a small car with auto trans which does the job.By the way I keep my blue parking permit on the dash.
I cant see the point of driving a V8 with one person in it as I am retired.Don't judge people we are not all poor because we are disabled.