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Frequently Asked Questions
What is assistive driving?
Assistive driving refers to the use of specialized equipment, technologies, and modifications that enable individuals with disabilities to drive safely and independently. This can include hand controls, wheelchair lifts, pedal extensions, steering aids, and more. Assistive driving solutions are tailored to each individual’s unique needs, ensuring a comfortable and accessible driving experience.
What is an adaptive driver?
An adaptive driver is someone who utilizes adaptive driving equipment or vehicle modifications to accommodate their unique physical or cognitive needs while operating a vehicle. This can include individuals with disabilities who have undergone driver rehabilitation and training, and learning to use specialized equipment such as hand controls, pedal extensions, or steering aids to drive safely and independently.
What is assistive vs accessible?
Assistive and accessible are two terms that are often used interchangeably but have distinct meanings:
Assistive refers to tools, technologies, or equipment designed to help individuals with disabilities perform tasks or activities that might otherwise be challenging or impossible for them. In the context of driving, assistive equipment can include hand controls, wheelchair lifts, and other specialized devices that enable safe and independent driving.
Accessible refers to the design of environments, products, or services to be usable by people with disabilities. Accessible design takes into account the diverse needs of individuals with disabilities, ensuring that they can access and use facilities, products, or services without encountering unnecessary barriers. In the context of driving, an accessible vehicle may have features such as a lowered floor, ramps, or wider doors to accommodate wheelchair users.
Can you drive if your legs are paralyzed?
Yes, individuals with leg paralysis can still drive using adaptive driving equipment specifically designed for their needs. Hand controls, for instance, allow drivers to operate the accelerator and brake using their hands instead of their legs. Various types of hand controls are available, and a Certified Driver Rehabilitation Specialist (CDRS) can help recommend the most suitable solution. It is essential to undergo proper training and evaluation before driving with hand controls to ensure safety and compliance with regulations.
Which advanced driver assistance systems are the best?
The best-advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) depend on the specific needs and preferences of the driver. Some popular ADAS features include:
Adaptive cruise control
Lane departure warning and lane-keeping assist
Forward collision warning and automatic emergency braking
Parking assistance and rear cross-traffic alert
Researching and testing various ADAS features is essential to determine which ones are most beneficial for your driving style and requirements.
What is the best car assistance system?
The best car assistance system varies depending on individual preferences and requirements. Some well-regarded car assistance systems include:
General Motors’ Super Cruise
Mercedes-Benz’s Drive Pilot
Audi’s Traffic Jam Assist
When selecting the best car assistance system, consider factors such as the system’s capabilities, user-friendliness, and compatibility with your driving habits and needs.