Tuesday, July 20, 2010

Independent Transport For Disabled

This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of NMEDA. All opinions are 100% mine.

Being a person with no disability, it difficult to understand, how tough life can be for a disabled person. It’s not easy when you have to depend on others for things such driving and etc.
There are many products and customized vehicles advertised on internet and in the market can prove to be dangerous. No two people with a disability are same. You should never believe these advertisement promoting adaptive vehicles for disabled until and unless, you have seen them in person and tested them accordingly to your needs and lifestyle.

NMEDA, which stands for National Mobility Equipments Dealer Association, dealer helps you additional training and product refinements. NMEDA also has Quality Assurance Process dealers. These dealers have Quality Assurance Process, which is the only nationwide recognized accreditation program for Adaptive Mobility Equipment Industry. This process aims at customers are satisfaction which is its principle. Under this, companies need to have a systematic and document approach to quality.

Please, go to their web page and use the "Dealer Locator" for searching the nearest dealers in accordance to your ZIP code and find the nearest qualified dealer.

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